EarthStream Announces Partnership with International Vegan Film Festival

An independent streaming platform, EarthStream today announced its partnership with the International Vegan Film Festival (IVFF) to stream some of their standout films and shorts. This agreement will allow the filmmakers who participated in the festival to present their films to a wider global audience who are interested in animal welfare, wildlife, the plant way of life and climate change.

“Partnering with EarthStream is a game-changer for our filmmakers,” said Shawn Stratton, Founder and Director of IVFF, “This venture will bring us a new level of exposure and aligns with our goal of bringing these inspiring films to the front new audiences.

Content streaming through the IVFF will include films, shorts and documentaries featuring some of the most well-known celebrities in the world of animal welfare and environmentalism. Films include “Dominion,” narrated by actors Joaquin Phoenix, Rooney Mara, Sia, Sadie Sink and Kat Von D, and co-produced by Shaun Monson (Earthlings, Unity, There Was a Killing). “Eyes” on the LA Animal Save Vigils featuring Moby (songwriter/musician), “Source” featuring Veganuary co-founder Matthew Glover, and “A Prayer for Compassion” directed by Victoria Moran (writer) and Sailesh Rao (founder , Climate Healers) are among many problem-based offerings.

EarthStream has developed a “give back” business model that will also feature non-profit organizations in the world of animal welfare and allow subscribers to assign their subscription to a non-profit organization of their choice. In addition to showcasing the work of nonprofits, EarthStream showcases the work of filmmakers and allows viewers to go deep, connecting the dots between issues, filmmakers, and nonprofits. EarthStream strives to provide quality original content to subscribers while funding all of the non-profit organizations it helps support through subscription purchases.

“IVFF aligns perfectly with EarthStream’s mission to change the way people see our planet and the animals we share it with,” said Craig Swanson, co-founder of EarthStream, “We are thrilled to share these fascinating films with our subscribers.”

The platform is available for English-speaking territories through a $5.99 monthly subscription or a $59.99 annual subscription model.


EarthStream promotes the understanding and protection of animals and our planet by inspiring filmmakers, non-profit organizations and individuals of all ages to take action to protect the world we all share.

The streaming platform is available through its website, Apple TV, iOS, Android TV, Android, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV. EarthStream is built on world-class technology while keeping donations at the center of the platform.

The International Vegan Film Festival is a pioneering event dedicated to celebrating the vegan ideal: a healthier, more compassionate and eco-friendly lifestyle that can be achieved through the consumption of plants and free alternatives. animals.