'Dominion', a hard-hitting documentary premiering in Hong Kong next week, reveals the ugly truth about how humans mistreat animals.
How 'Dominion' Documentary Challenges Animal Exploitation: An Interview With Director Chris Delforce
In the age of fake news, corporate propaganda and repression of dissent, bringing truth to the public has become a democratic obligation. Something that none of us can afford to ignore is the plight of animals exploited for human benefit. Not only is the suffering inflicted on them deeply immoral, but the human-animal binary relegates fellow humans to inferior status. (The Trump administration's use of the word "animals" in vilifying migrant populations is just one example.) The anti-oppression work being created by conscientious people has become a beacon of hope for our society. And this is why the new documentary Dominion is so important.
Plant Based News is delighted to announce that it will be hosting the UK premiere of highly-anticipated documentary Dominion along with activism organizations Surge and The Save Movement.
The feature-length film directed by Chris Delforce and co-produced by Earthlings Director Shaun Monson focuses on how animals are used and abused in Australia, and features footage from abattoirs and farms. Narrators include Joaquin Phoenix, Rooney Mara, and Sia.
Animal welfare documentary "Dominion" has announced another narrator of the film. Australian musician and vegan Sia will be joining the cast, according to an announcement made today on social media.
Sia will join actors Joaquin Phoenix and Rooney Mara who also narrate in the feature-length film that exposes the "numerous ways animals are used and abused in Australia," according to the trailer's description on YouTube.
A SHOCKING documentary revealing undercover footage taken in Australian factory farms and slaughterhouses was screened in town by Vegans in Toowoomba.
More than 65 people attended the showing of Dominion at the Toowoomba City Library on Thursday night.
The Australian documentary shows footage taken through drones, hidden and handheld cameras.
The meat industry is reportedly 'braced for a blacklash' following screenings of Australian documentary Dominion.
The feature-length film directed by Chris Delforce and co-produced by Earthlings director Shaun Monson focuses on how animals are used and abused in Australia, looking at human interaction with animals in the fields of scientific research, entertainment, clothing and food. It features footage from abattoirs and farms.
THE explosion of negative animal welfare "spotlight shining" on livestock production this week has sparked calls for a far more strategic and proactive industry plan of action.
The need to build trust in food producers and to balance misrepresentations and extreme anti-meat agendas has never been more potent.
From the screening of animal liberation film Dominion to live export mortality revelations, abattoir protests and a piggery break-in, animal production systems are firmly in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons.
Australian agricultural industry groups are bracing for attacks from animal activists globally following the recent release of an explosive documentary which claims to "expose the dark underbelly of modern animal agriculture".
Dominion, which is in the midst of an international tour with sold-out shows across the country, premiered to a crowd of 900 people in Melbourne last Thursday.
The highly-anticipated feature-length vegan documentary "Dominion" will hold its sold-out premiere screening in Australia this week in Melbourne on March 29th.
The film is the sequel to writer and director Chris Delforce's critically acclaimed 2014 documentary, "Lucent," which took a deep dive into the Australian pig farming industry.
Vegan activist James Aspey has spoken out about upcoming vegan documentary Dominion - describing it as 'powerful'.
Dominion is a new feature-length film by Chris Delforce. It focuses on how animals are used and abused in Australia, looking at six primary facets of human interaction with animals - Pets, Wildlife, Scientific Research, Entertainment, Clothing and Food.
Campaigners have described the movie as an 'Australian Earthlings'.
Highly anticipated documentary Dominion will premiere next month in Australia.
Dominion is the new film by Chris Delforce from organization Aussie Farms. Delforce, who previously made movie Lucent, told PBN that Dominion is 'the film I wanted to make for 10 years'.
Peter speaks with Filmmaker Chris Delforce about his soon to be released film Dominion. Using new undercover and drone video, Dominion graphically shows the ways humans use, abuse and exploit animals in agriculture, including pigs, dairy cows, chickens, fish, turkeys, fish, etc. You can help this film succeed by supporting its campaign on Indiegogo.
The cruelty behind animal agriculture has been well-hidden, with food packages plastered with images of happy cows on idyllic farms and chickens roaming in wide pastures - and misleading terms like "free-range" and "humane" make us feel proud about our choices. In recent years, however, the curtains have been slowly peeling away. The horrors that occur behind the scenes of slaughterhouses, egg farms, and circus tents are getting harder to ignore.
Highly anticipated documentary Dominion is set to join other 'vegan-maker' movies such as Cowspiracy, What The Health, and Forks Over Knives. The upcoming project, which has been branded as the Australian Earthlings, was produced by filmmaker Chris Delforce - who has just launched a crowdfunding campaign in a bid to bring Dominion to the world next spring.
Close to 900,000 people worldwide watched the trailer the week it was released, and Dominion writer-director-producer Chris Delforce is now launching a crowdfunding campaign to bring the feature-length documentary to the world next Spring.
We recently caught up with Chris Delforce to talk about his new documentary Dominion. Writer, producer and director Chris told us that Dominion, the follow up to his 2014 film Lucent, will cover a much broader spectrum of animal welfare issues throughout society.
Dominion is the hugely anticipated new documentary from director Chris Delforce - director of film Lucent. The film, which is a feature-length documentary, will focus on how animals are used and abused in Australia.