Kangaroo (2018)


This award-winning film captures the untold love-hate story of Australia’s most famous national icon. Filmed in the distinctive Australian landscape, KANGAROO exposes the divisive opinions around this unique Australian icon that is subject to the largest mass destruction of terrestrial wildlife in the world. KANGAROO is a provocative tale of investigative journalism.

The kangaroo is the second most recognisable tourist symbol in the world behind the Statue of Liberty. It is an image that defines Australia to the world. Yet since colonial times Kangaroos have been considered a pest and are killed at night in a barbaric manner. Concerns over the animal cruelty exposed in the film along with dubious population numbers have sparked a global Social Impact Campaign to stop the brutal slaughter of kangaroos. With stunning unseen footage, Kangaroo is a must watch for all animal lovers.


GENRE: Documentary
DIRECTOR: Kate McIntyre Clere, Mick McIntyre
PRODUCER Mick McIntyre, Kate McIntyre Clere
CAST: Diane Smith, Philip Wollen OAM, Professor Gordon Grigg, Dr Daniel Lunney, Chris Brolga Barns, Dr Peter Chen, Hon. Mark Pearson, Ray Mjadwesch, Dr Jeffrey Masson, Uncle Max Dulumunmun Harrison, Dr Daniel Ramp, Dr David Croft, Professor Clive Phillips, Paul Borrud, Professor Tim Flannery, Professor Terence Dawson, Dr Dror Ben-Ami, Hon. Bruce Scott MP, Senator Barry O’Sullivan, Stephen Tully, Lyn Gynther, Ken Henry AC, Peter Melano, Rex Devantier, Professor Peter Singer AC, John Kelly, Craig Macindoe, Ray Borda, Ashley Seiler, Senator Lee Rhiannon, Greg Keightley, Dan Morain, Jennifer Fearing, Melanie Mason, Lauren Ornelas, Senator Mark Leno, Dr Arian Wallach, Terri Irwin AM, Zhang Dan, Glenys Oogjes, Dr Steven Mcleod, Stuart Mackenzie, Ondine Sherman, Juliet Gellatley, Justin Kerswell, Hon. Marianne Thieme

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