One of our documentaries, What’s For Dinner? was included in an article in China Dialogue about environmental films called, “Environmental film in the Anthropocene” written by Charlotte Middlehurst. This documentary examines China’s growing industrialization of factory farming and rapid increase in meat consumption and also has a sequel called Six Years On. Our colleague and the director of these films, Jian Yi, was also quoted in the article and some of Brighter Green’s work was also mentioned. The article looks documentary-makers who are using the medium to draw attention to important environmental issues. Jian Yi says, “We certainly need more filmmakers to make films on this topic. I think it’s healthy to have… a bigger variety and diversity.” The article talks about how What’s For Dinner? “lifted the lid on animal farming practices in rural China.” It goes on to discuss issues with rising meat consumption and mentions The Triangle paper. You can read the full article here.