Answered by Nina Messinger
How can I help? How can I support the project?
Share my documentary H.O.P.E. What You Eat Matters with all people important to you. Use the opportunity to refer to us in social media. For example our Facebook page or YouTube channel. Share the link to our website. Write articles about us. Press material can be obtained under downloads. Print our flyers and distribute them. Support us with donations. Organize a screening of the film so that more people have the opportunity to watch the documentary. Every single person counts!
In which language is H.O.P.E. What You Eat Matters available?
Why is the title in English different from the one in German?
I wanted to emphasize in the English version what truly matters even more. H.O.P.E. stands for Healing Of Planet Earth. The subtitle „What You Eat Matters“ emphasizes even more that each and every person is making an important and far-reaching contribution through their conscious and diligent nutritional choices.
Why free of charge?
It is my goal that H.O.P.E. What You Eat Matters is perceived as a powerful plea for plant-based nutrition. The more people who see the film, the better the chance that plant-based nutrition and lifestyle will become the norm in society. This can be achieved best by offering the film for free. This is my contribution to save as many people and animals as possible.
What happens with donations?
With your donation you participate in bringing the film and its life-changing message to the world. Your financial contribution also helps us to produce more video content to share our vision.
Will there be more films like H.O.P.E. What You Eat Matters?
We are planning to produce more free video content, e.g. interviews, recipe videos and success stories. We will keep you informed if you subscribe to our newsletter.
How was the film H.O.P.E. What You Eat Matters funded?
My documentary H.O.P.E. What You Eat Matters was funded solely by private funds and donations. I deliberately renounced state and regional film subsidies in order to be able to produce the film as independently as possible.