Select Interviews & Features
Melbourne Documentary Film Festival: ‘Meat the Future’ is a must-watch
by Frankie Stein
Meat the Future is one of many interesting documentaries coming out of the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival – but this one makes us realize just how close some seemingly science-fiction technologies are to becoming real
(June 29th, 2020).
‘Meat the Future’: Film Review
by Guy Lodge
Liz Marshall’s smooth, accessible documentary may change some minds as it unpacks the specifics of the slaughter-free “clean meat” movement
(May 29th, 2020).
Women and Hollywood
Hot Docs 2020 Women Directors: Meet Liz Marshall – “Meat the Future”
by Meghan Gheron
Marshall’s feature-length films explore social justice and environmental themes driven by strong characters (May 22nd, 2020).
“A Day in the Life” with documentary filmmaker Liz Marshall
by Joel Levy
Hey messages are potent and profound because she allows her subjects to narrate their own truths through the magic of her lens (May 13th, 2020).
Midian Farm takes the rocky road to utopia
by Adrian Mack
Midian Farm the movie is an attempt by their daughter, the documentarian Liz Marshall, …to “detangle family history”. (March 13th, 2019).
40 Years Later, Documentary Looks Fondly at a Failed Experiment in Communal Living
by Dorothy Woodend
Filmmaker Liz Marshall has a special perspective on Midian Farm – she was a child there (March 6th, 2019).
A Window Into The Machine
By Juliet Gellatley
Liz Marshall, writer and director of the film, THE GHOSTS IN OUR MACHINE, talks to Viva’s Juliet Gellatley about her deeply poignant film and how it impacted her own beliefs (July 2016).
Her Point of View
By Sarah Laing
Meet eight female Canadian documentary filmmakers who are compelled to tell untold stories from around the world. Liz Marshall on her cinematographic focus (2013).
ONE GREEN PLANET
Meet the Incredible Filmmaker Helping to Change Our Perception of Animals and the Environment
By Aisling Maria Cronin
The suffering of animals in factory farms or the horrors of environmental degradation can often seem far removed from our day-to-day lives (2016).