Moby was joined by Lindsay Hicks as they attended the premiere of his film Punk Rock Vegan Movie at Slamdance on Friday.
The 57-year-old musician-turned-director posed with the actress on the red carpet as they celebrated his directorial debut, which opened for the indie film festival in Park City, Utah.
In one of Kerrang! In a published article, Moby stated that he wanted the film to “shed light on the surprising and inspiring history of punk rock and animal rights.”
Opening night: Moby was joined by Lindsay Hicks as they attended the premiere of his film Punk Rock Vegan Movie at Slamdance on Friday in Utah
The musician said he wanted to “remind people of the importance and desperate urgency of adopting the uncompromising ethics and actions of the original punk rock activist.”
“After it has its world premiere at Slamdance, it’s yours,” said the animal rights activist. “It is my aim to gift the film as I cannot in good conscience try to cash in on what is essentially a labor of love and activism.”
Moby wore a casual ensemble with a gray t-shirt that showed off the words “animal rights” tattooed on his arms.
Puppy: The actress posed with the musician-turned-director, 57, who wore a casual ensemble with a gray T-shirt that had the words ‘animal rights’ tattooed on his arms
Showing his passion: At one point, Moby – who is very committed to animal rights – was spotted giving Lindsay’s pooch a hickey
He wore forest green slim-fitting pants and brown hiking boots.
The Gaybysitters actress opted for a simple yet chic all-black ensemble and styled her dog Bagel to match.
She wore a long-sleeved, high-neck top, wide-leg pants, and black boots.
Activist: In a recent article, Moby explained that he wanted the film to “shed light on the surprising and inspiring history of punk rock and animal rights.”
Her dog wore a matching black hoodie and collar.
According to the above article, his film Punk Rock Vegan Movie features various names from the rock and metal world – including but not limited to, Ian Mackaye, Dave Navarro, Tim McIlrath and Amy Lee.
In the film, they talk about “the intertwined relationship between music and veganism.”
Gift the Movie: In the movie, various stars talk about ‘the intertwined relationship between music and veganism’
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