Documentary Filmmaker: Keegan Kuhn - The Business of Documentary Filmmaking
Plant-Based Profits Show
According to Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret, the main cause of global warming is not fossil fuels such as coal, oil, and natural gas - it’s animal agriculture. In this groundbreaking feature-length environmental documentary from intrepid filmmaker Keegan Kuhn, he uncovers the most destructive industry facing the planet today and investigates why the world’s leading environmental organizations are too afraid to talk about it. In today’s episode of the Plant-based profit show, we talk to Keegan Kuhn, Co-director of Cowspiracy and What The Health and several other acclaimed documentaries, who is a videographer, award-winning documentary filmmaker, and professional musician living in the east bay of San Francisco. Keegan’s film career has taken him as far as the remote interior of Alaska to document modern homesteaders, to the high deserts of the American west filming the nation’s remaining wild horses, to rural agricultural communities and dirty urban streets. He is motivated by a deep desire to shed light on vegan-themed stories and major issues around social justice.
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This is the second one in our vegan heroes series. Our guest today is Keegan Kuhn. Well known for his work: COWSPIRACY and WHAT THE HEALTH (with Kip Anderson) Keegan is a dear friend and an inspiration to me, Miguel and so so so many. Keegan is without a doubt our ultimate vegan hero, who busts his ass off for the good, for justice, fighting for what his right with his camera. In this episode we speak about his movies, about directing, about learning it all himself through “youtube university” and “Leo” (Leonardo di Caprio) about nearly dying in the desert and the commitment to his work. Do not miss this episode. Keegan doesn’t do much interviews….. so I am forever grateful and super proud of this episode. Thank you Keegan!Besides his movies you can also read the book Keegan wrote with Kip Andersen: The Sustainable Secret. Find Keegan on @firstsparkmedia@cowspiracy
Interview with Keegan Kuhn (Running For Good + Cowspiracy + What the Health) - A Documentary Podcast.
A Documentary Podcast.
Joshua & Catherine discuss what they have been watching lately. Joshua Interviews Keegan Kuhn of First Spark Media and they discuss his new film RUNNING FOR GOOD. Other films mentioned in this episode: - The Disappearance of My Mother - Eating Animals - If a Tree Falls - Abducted in Plain Sight Music: Timothy DeQuinze Instagram: @adocumentarypodcast @joshualabure @cmsmoments
Documentary "Running for Good" With Filmmaker Keegan Kuhn and Marathoner Fiona Oakes
Main Street Vegan
Cowspiracy and What the Health put documentarian Keegan Kuhn on the A-list in his genre, and he's back with the heartening story of inspiring ultra-marathoner and U.K. Sanctuary founder Fiona Oakes.Show notes.
225: Running For Good: Making An Impact For The Animals With Keegan Kuhn and Fiona Oakes
Fiona Oakes is one of the most humble, incredible, inspiring people we’ve ever met. At just 3 years old, she went vegetarian. When she was 6 she opted out of all animal products, at a time when being vegan was considered an eating disorder. Her love for animals motivated her to open up an animal sanctuary. But that wasn’t enough, she wanted to do more. In 2004, tired of vegan bashing, Fiona launched a running club to show you can be strong on a vegan diet, and to bring the word “vegan” to the masses. Since then, she’s broken 3 world records and run countless marathons, including the Marathon des Sables - a 156-mile race through the Sahara Desert. This is all the more extraordinary when you find out that she doesn’t have a trainer, doesn’t really enjoy running, AND has no knee-cap! She’s driven by her love of animals, and her desire to create a more sustainable world. But despite her achievements, mainstream media has kept its distance. In fact, Fiona was even told not to mention her vegan diet on live TV after she broke a world record! Keegan Kuhn, co-creator of Cowspiracy and What the Health, wants to change that. We all need to use our own voice to elevate the vegan message, and elevate others who are promoting a positive agenda for the world, and the animals. Keegan was raised vegetarian with only two rules: don’t hurt anyone, and question authority. He turned vegan at just 12 - you can find out more about his story on Episode 93. Fiona’s achievements and her humbleness are what made Keegan want to create the documentary Running for Good. We’re in a society who praises people who do things for their own ego, and here is this person who does it just for the animals. For over twenty years, she’s run over 20 miles a day while looking after 450 animals. She does this all on a vegan diet, to make the world a better place. We think she’s amazing. Running for Good is available to pre-order now. Check it out! Being hailed as “Sex and the City for Food,” The Food Heals Podcast brings together experts in the field of nutrition, health and healing to teach you the best-kept natural secrets to being a hotter, healthier, happier YOU! The Food Heals Podcast is hosted by Allison Melody and Suzy Hardy – two self-proclaimed natural chicks who will rock your world and change your beliefs about health! This sexy, savvy duo provides eco-friendly advice on a variety of issues including the healing power of nutrition, living authentically, turning your passion into your career, choosing the best natural health and beauty products, the benefits of a plant-based diet and so much more!