Natalie Portman Enters Doc Awards Picture With ‘Eating Animals,’ Disturbing Look at Factory Farming

Natalie Portman Enters Doc Awards Picture With ‘Eating Animals,’ Disturbing Look at Factory Farming
Natalie Portman is vying for awards this Oscar season with films that range from the fictional to the disturbingly real.

Critics are praising her performance as a music icon in Vox Lux, out next month, but her other awards contender comes from the realm of nonfiction, the bracing documentary Eating Animals. She produced and narrated the film that explores the ethical and environmental dimensions of raising animals for slaughter on an industrial scale.

“It’s about the world of factory farming and what has happened to our system of creating food, because it’s been put into this capitalist, corporate kind of frame,” Portman explains. “I think it’s really upsetting when you see the impact on human health, from so many different aspects—the environmental aspect…to the consumption of the product.”

The film directed by Christopher Quinn is now available on iTunes, after a theatrical release over the summer.
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