Haru Lev

Haru Lev is a professional vagabond, hitchhiker, and social misfit. He left home in 2014 with the idea that he would rather starve to death on the street than work for the rest of his life.

While wandering the world, he was shocked by the scale of the animal exploitation system that humanity collectively condones and the ecosystem destruction it causes. He has since focused his life on exposing the hidden truths of animal agriculture.

As the founder of the queer anarchy "artivist" collective PLAGAMI(@plasticagami), he directed several feature films such as "Planet A" (2022), "Black Illusion" (2022), "Bluebird Wandering School" (2019), wrote a book, "Social Adjustment Refusal Manifesto" (2023), and produced a spoken word album, "My Ignorance Kept The Birds In The Cage" (2024), all dedicated to animal liberation.

Haru Lev

movie screening:
Utilizing our diversity and creativity in the movement: "Planet A"
The experimental musical documentary for animal liberation