Making the Connection Trailer

Making the Connection Trailer (2010)

18 May 2010 Factual 32 mins

The film features eleven diverse contributors, which helps to maintain the upbeat pace and we included music from two Internationally renowned vegan hip-hop artists Promoe and Jah Sun to add to the contemporary feel of the film

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Cast

Graham Cole

as Himself (Vegan Organic Network)

Cameron Green

as Himself (Global Action Plan)

Sandra Hood

as Herself (NHS dietitian)

Kerry McCarthy

as Herself (member of parliament)

Daniel Mongraw

as Himself (Sat Restaurant)

Fiona Oakes

as Herself (athlete)

Trewin Restorick

as Himself (Global Action Plan)

Ian Tolhurst

as Himself (Tolhurst Organic)

Crew

Hannah Dorey

Hannah Dorey Production Design

Ella Todd

Director

Louisa Gilbert

Louisa Gilbert Production Design

Ella Todd

Ella Todd Production Design

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 18 May 2010

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