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A Farm Sanctuary Dinner Night Near You

*Please see corrected address for Candle Cafe West below 

Movie & Dinner Night to Support Farm Sanctuary
The Ghosts In Our Machine Special Screenings 

Candle 79 and Candle Cafe West, New York’s premier vegan dining destinations, each will be hosting a benefit for Farm Sanctuary on Saturday, November 9, in conjunction with the highly anticipated opening weekend of The Ghosts in Our Machine. This compelling new documentary features Farm Sanctuary’s rescue work, National Shelter Director Susie Coston, and sanctuary residents Sonny and Fanny. Share the film with friends and family and then enjoy a big dinner because 10 percent of your bill will be donated to Farm Sanctuary to help support our vital programs for farm animals. Watch the trailer and read more about the film and other opening weekend festivities.   

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The Ghosts in Our Machine
Saturday, November 9
Village East Cinema screenings
3:20 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 7:40 p.m., 10:30 p.m.
Buy your tickets now

Make dinner reservations for before or after one of the screenings at either location.
The last seating is 10:15 p.m.

Candle 79
154 E. 79th St

Candle Cafe West
2427 Broadway




There will be a brief introduction at 7:30 p.m. prior to the 7:40 p.m. screening and an in-depth Q&A panel discussion following the film. Then, you can head uptown to join special guests Liz Marshall, director of The Ghosts in the Machine, Jo-Anne McArthur, photographer and film protagonist, and Susie Coston, Farm Sanctuary’s national shelter director, for a “toast” and meet-and-greet at 10:15 p.m. at Candle 79. Dinner reservations are required.

 NOTE: Apart from the meet-and-greet, there will not be an organized event, and you will be dining at the restaurant privately with your party as you would on any other night. 


The Ghosts in Our Machine delves into a complex social dilemma surrounding animals. In essence, humans have cleverly categorized non-human animals into three classes: domesticated pets, wildlife, and the ones we don’t like to think about. These hidden, exploited animals are the “ghosts in our machine.” The film asks us to consider the question: Why do we value wildlife and our companion animals but not the billions of animals bred and used annually by global industries?

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