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Natalie Portman Hosts Charity Event For New Film 'Hungry In America'

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This past weekend, Natalie Portman rolled up her sleeves to host a special charity event for the new film Hungry In America.

Hungry in America is a documentary directed by Lori Silverbush and Kristi Jacobson that explores why one in four children in America live on the brink of hunger.

The event was attended by a slew of stars, including Jake Gyllenhaal and featured a host committee that included Ben Affleck, Marcia Cross, Samantha Harris, Jimmy Jean-Louis, Ali Larter, Katherine McPhee, Julianne Moore, Alison Sweeney and many others. Top Chef head judge Tom Colicchio provided the nosh.

Want to celebrate this new film? You still can! Another event will be held on February 28, at Craft in LA, hosted by Bryan Lourd. Tickets start at $250. To find out more, visit TheFeedFoundation.org.

Check out a preview from the movie below!

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