Sorry for the delay! Natalie made an appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman on November 7. She wasn’t there to promote anything in particular, but she spoke a about the voting process, her grandmother, her dog, as well as other things. You can watch the interview on Youtube. I added screen captures from the appearance, as well as photos of Natalie leaving the studios with her dog.
Hello! No worries, we are still here. Natalie recently appeared in a few new short videos urging Americans to vote. She also attended a rally recently for candidate Barrack Obama in Ohio. You can view these videos on Youtube. I also added screen captures from a few of these videos to the gallery!
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Natalie Portman won the first-ever “Movie for Humanity Award” at the Venice Film Festival.
The Venice Film Festival was a time of firsts for actress Natalie Portman. Not only did she get to premiere her directorial debut film, Eve, she was also the recipient of the festival’s first-ever “Movie for Humanity Award.” The 27-year-old Star Wars actress was presented with the $50,000 prize for her efforts in social and environmental programs. Portman donated her winnings to the Jane Goodall Institute in Tanzania, where she works with the Institute’s TACARE Girls’ Scholarship Program. Portman spoke about the award saying, “The Jane Goodall foundation does incredible work in Tanzania, an area which is very environmentally affected. I really appreciate this award.”