Directed By: Ben Masters
Directed By: Josh Murphy
Artifishal is a film about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. It explores wild salmon’s slide toward extinction, threats posed by fish hatcheries and fish farms, and our continued loss of faith in nature.
Directed By: Richard Ladkani
Directed By: Priya Thuvassery
This will be a filmmaker’s journey with Uma, a certified scuba diver, exploring the underwater world and the threat to coral reefs of Gulf of Mannar, India. Born in a traditional family in Tamil Nadu 53 years old Uma, a homemaker, has been trying to bring attention to this alarming environmental issue through her paintings. It is, in fact, these corals that inspired Uma to learn how to swim, dive and paint in her 50s.
Produced By: Environmental Justice Foundation
EJF’s latest investigation uncovered illegal shark finning and killing of dolphins and turtles, as well as human rights abuses, in Taiwan’s tuna export industry.
Directed By: Taylor Graham
The canyons Ken loved so much began to disappear in 1963, when Glen Canyon Dam was completed and the bypass tunnels sealed. While many conservationists left the Glen—judging the pain of seeing it lost too difficult to bear—Ken remained in an attempt to show the public what was being lost.
Today, Ken continues his fight for the restoration of Glen Canyon and aims to stick around long enough to see the canyons resurrected.
Directed By: Tom Viero
FishAct is a grassroots NGO that fights illegal practices within the fishing industry and reports them to the responsible authorities. Being located in Europe their work mainly focusses on European fishing ports and FishAct (formerly known as The Black Fish) organized campaigns in Germany, Sweden, Italy, and Tunisia.
The film lets the activists tell their story while on a fieldwork investigation in Italy, where the team looked into the illegal swordfish fisheries.
Produced By: Minute Earth
Minute Earth creates informative films on Science and stories about our awesome planet! In this quick and fun film, we understand about the fish living in deeper waters of the ocean and how man is exploiting these fish species which take more time to reproduce once their population declines.
Directed By: Bjarke Hvorslev & Simon Wittrup
“Tavaha” is a nordic expression for taking care of the ocean, and is a short documentary about Simen Knudsens perspective on plastic pollution and why he contributes.
Produced By: Nowness
This film is a hauntingly tragic visualisation of a planet bereft of any bounty as a consequence of marine pollution. With a rising tide of plastics choking the oceans, fishing communities around the world continue to haul in emptier nets.
“I was struck by an image of a boy who had to fish to provide food for his family,” says A Plentiful Feast director Jodeb (Jonathan Desbiens) of the project’s genesis. “The deeper he went, the more his story morphed from the mundane into the nightmarish and surreal.”