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Miss Liberty: A Film Whose Time has Come

Created by Victoria Moran and

Rev. William Melton

An Introduction by Ingrid Newkirk, Founder and President of PETA: 

Miss Liberty, a feature film created by Rev. William Melton and written by Rev. William and Victoria Moran, is currently in development. It's the engaging story of how the escape from a slaughterhouse of one used-up dairy cow changes lives and affects a community. It's pure, engaging entertainment for families. The time has come for a you-get-the popcorn kind of movie focused on a single dairy cow, mooing for other 270 million of them––and for a film that draws attention to other problems in the meat industry, such as worker treatment and safety. This is a movie that won’t alienate omnivores, but rather awaken every viewer to a wrong they just might want to see set right.

We’d love to have you on our team, in our family. For more information visit our website Miss Liberty the Movie, regarding the current development status of the film, steps for moving forward, and how you can help. The Compassion Consortium is the 501c3 nonprofit partner of Miss Liberty, meaning that your donations to the development of the film are fully tax-deductible. In addition, thanks to a welcome foundation grant, all donations are matched, dollar for dollar, up to $100,000.


If you're in the New York City area and would like to be invited to a FUNdraising party to take place in a glorious gallery space in Chelsea, please email letting us know and we'll send you a formal invitation via Paperless Post.


·      5:30 to 7:30 pm Wed. June 12

·      Delectables from Peacefood Cafe & Rebel Cheese

·      Libations from Whitecliff (vegan) Vineyard

·      The live comedy stylings of Myq Kaplan

·      Video messaging to celebrate Miss Liberty from Ingrid Newkirk, Jane Velez-Mitchell, Gene Baur, and one of the actors to be announced at the event and attached in ernest when we've raised the development funds of $200,000. (A hint about him: he started as a child actor, has made 56 movies to date, and is vegan. Other actors onboard include a Golden Globe, Drama Desk, and Helen Hayes Award winner, a sports legend, and an Academy Award nominee.)


In addition, there will be a glittery silent auction. Items include:


·      A weekend at Farm Sanctuary with accommodation in one of their charming tiny houses and full access to all the pig petting and cow conversing you can handle

·      Private cooking class with Chef Fran Costigan, author of Vegan Chocolate 

·      Original art from Layla Love, Lisa Goldstein, and Madeleine Tuttle

·      Full tuition to the Main Street Vegan Academy fall 2024 course

·      Dream vacation at the legendary Stanford Inn -- all vegan resort and spa -- in Mendocino, California

·      An elegant dinner at NYC's only classically French vegan restaurant, Delice & Sarrasin

·      A haber-dashing bag from Brave Gentleman––and so much more.


So, please visit and, if you'll be in New York June 12th, write to to be invited. 

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