A short look into a group of people that join together in the meatpacking district of downtown Los Angeles, solely there to share their love with animals about to be slaughtered.
After being exposed to the event himself, Zach Goodwin assembled a small film crew of his film school classmates (Flynn Harris, Alex Flanagan, and Alex Kumph), to go out every Sunday night to film/take part in the LA Animal Save Vigils. It was the first documentary any of the four filmmakers took part in and ultimately decided to share equal credit as directors because of their equal effort/contribution to the final cut of the project. They filmed for nine weeks before having to stop production because of the pandemic lockdown in 2020, Zach and Alex Kumph subsequently spent a lot of their initial time in quarantine culling through the dozens of interview/b-roll and editing the documentary.
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