A Cow at My Table
|A Cow at My Table|
|Directed by||Jennifer Abbott|
|Produced by||Flying Eye Productions|
|Music by||Oh Susanna|
It covers the conflict between animal rights advocates and the meat industry, and their respective attempts to influence consumers. It was directed, shot, and edited by Jennifer Abbott, who spent five years travelling across Canada, the United States, Australia and New Zealand to interview representatives on all sides. The film intercuts these interviews with images of farm animals and industrial farming operations. It explores what is sometimes popularly called factory farming.
The filming of A Cow at My Table drew early criticism from the Canadian meat industry, with both the Ontario Chicken Marketing Board and the Dairy Farmers of Ontario publishing articles warning of Abbott's actions.
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- Strathdee, Mike (July 27, 1996). "Farm groups shun filmmaker who faces charge of mischief". The Record.
- Hall, Steve. "A Cow at My Table". animalliberationfront.com. Retrieved May 3, 2012.
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