Award of Excellence - Special Mention - Accolade Global Film Competition 2018 Best Documentary Feature - Hollywood International Moving Pictures Film Festival 2018 Best Picture - Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards 2018 Best of the Month - Hollywood International Independent Documentary Awards 2018 Best Documentary Feature - Festigious International Film Festival 2018

An Australian documentary

Exposing the dark underbelly of modern animal agriculture through drones, hidden & handheld cameras, the feature-length film explores the morality and validity of our dominion over the animal kingdom.
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Dominion is a feature-length documentary presenting an uncompromising, damning exploration of the various ways animals are used and abused by humans, particularly in the meat, dairy, egg, clothing and entertainment industries.

Filmed in Australia, ‘Dominion’ combines footage from handheld, hidden, and aerial drone cameras, much of it never seen before, to convey both the terrifying scale of an empire built on secrecy – and the individual stories of its victims.

Focusing on the legal, industry-standard practices that occur all over the world, the film questions the morality and validity of humankind’s dominion over the animal kingdom, advocating not for minor improvements to their welfare but for a deeper conversation about our right to exploit those we deem inferior to ourselves.

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"The filming techniques are staggering in their construction and the crew’s unwavering commitment to reveal the darkness is worthy of the utmost admiration... The film’s core value is to make us think about our relationship with the animal kingdom and assess the power we use (and abuse) but more than that, through the viscera stained graphic footage and lingering power, Dominion exposes how we need to grow, we need to improve and frankly, we need to wake the hell up."

This film will be one that switches on the lights... challenging an ignoble atrocity that masquerades as an "industry".

Philip Wollen

- Philip Wollen
Philanthropist, former Citibank VP