MESYM Documentary Night #25: The Ghosts in Our Machine

Admission is free!

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MESYM’s Documentary Night is held every 2nd Tuesday of each month. Everyone is invited to come hang out, watch a documentary, meet like-minded friends and take part in the discussion. Admission is free!

For our July event we will screen The Ghosts in Our Machine, a cinematic documentary that illuminates the lives of individual animals living within and rescued from the machine of our modern world.

"Liz Marshall’s powerful feature documentary the ghosts in our machine builds a new case for animal rights."
The Guardian / The Observer

"This is a masterful film. It should be essential viewing for everyone…"
James Cromwell, actor

About ‘The Ghosts in Our Machine’

Award-winning filmmaker Marshall directs The Ghosts in Our Machine through the heart and lens of acclaimed animal photographer Jo-Anne McArthur. Haunting and heart-warming, audiences experience a diverse cast of animal subjects rescued from and living within the machine of our modern world.

Over the course of a year, Marshall shadows McArthur as she photographs several animal stories in parts of the U.S., Canada and Europe, with each photograph and story serving as a window into global animal industries. This visually arresting one-of-a-kind documentary shines a cinematic light on the animals we don’t easily acknowledge, the “ghosts” who are the animals trapped within the cogs of our voracious consumer world.

McArthur’s epic photo project We Animals is comprised of thousands of photographs taken around the world, documenting animals with heart-breaking empathic vividness. The Ghosts in Our Machine charts McArthur’s efforts to bring wider attention to a topic most of humankind strives hard to avoid.


Tue Jul 14, 2015
8:00 PM - 10:30 PM MYT
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