Let us be Heroes explores the impact of our food and lifestyle choices on our health, our planet and our values. This fast-moving, life-changing film offers inspiring stories from athletes, food and fashion entrepreneurs, a public speaker and an ocean warrior. All are fighting to protect people, planet and animals. How much difference can one person make? Watch and find out. This 41-minute film is directed and produced by Rebecca Cappelli, in association with Plant Based News, led by Klaus Mitchell and Robbie Lockie. Rebecca Cappelli is an award-winning filmmaker and a public speaker. She leads the non-profit project Let us be Heroes to empower people to become a line of defense for health, vulnerable communities, the planet and the animals. The film also features Luke Tan. Luke is a published author, plant-based athlete and the co-host of the Plant Fit Summit. Also included is Emilie Tan, an ultra-endurance athlete, raw chef and mother. Also appearing is Vikas Garg, the founder & CEO of abillionVeg, an Internet platform launched in 2017, accelerating a global movement towards socially responsible consumption. Prior to launching abillion, Vikas spent 15 years in finance as an analyst, portfolio manager and fund manager. You'll also meet
David Yeung, the founder & CEO of Green Monday, a social venture with the mission to take on the world’s most pressing problems, including climate change, food security and public health. Finally, the film includes Swedish-American Peter Hammarstedt, the Director of Campaigns for Sea Shepherd Global, who sits on the Board of Sea Shepherd Global. He is captain of the ocean-going vessel Bob Barker, having spent more than 15 years at sea including 10 years in Antarctica. For more, visit: https://www.letusbeheroes.com.