Kangaroo: A Love-Hate Story, premiering in NYC, LA, and now, Portland, Oregon! Hear directors, Kate and Mick McIntyre, on why this groundbreaking film needed to be made. Kangaroo is opening nationwide in the U.S. to raise awareness of the eye-opening reality of how the Australian government supports the horrifying brutalization of their national icon, the Roos!! #KangarooTheMovie #JaneUnChained [Photo credit for featured image by Kangaroo staff]
Kangaroo: A Love-Hate Story – Q&A panel with filmmakers, Kate and Mick McIntyre, and Portland animal activist and Board member on Out To Pasture Sanctuary, Chelsea V. Davis, after screening at Portland, Oregon debut.
Top left: Animal rights activists with Portland Animal Save and Portland Animal Activism, with directors Kate and Mick McIntyre. Bottom right: Seth Tibbot, founder and director of the renowned vegan “meat” company, Tofurky, where their motto is, “Good food is kind to people, animals, the environment, and especially tastebuds. That’s exactly the kind of food we’ve been making at Tofurky for more than 35 years.” Bottom left: ‘Kangaroo’ directors, Kate and Mick McIntyre