Showing 1 - 10 of 21 titles with a criteria of Subject is Fishing Sector
The oil and gas industry has historically dominated Louisiana politics and is largely responsible for the state's rapidly disappearing coastline.
Bullfrog Films | 2016 | 62 minutes
A story about the extraordinary bluefin tuna, and its questionable future.
Bullfrog Films | 2018 | 53 minutes
Examines the global marine fisheries crisis and the efforts to implement sustainable fishing practices.
Bullfrog Films | 2003 | 55 minutes
The first major feature documentary film revealing the impact of overfishing on our oceans. Based on the book by Charles Clover.
Bullfrog Films | 2010 | 82 minutes
How climate change has accelerated a collision between one of the world's most endangered species, North America's most valuable fishery, and a federal agency mandated to protect both.
Bullfrog Films | 2021 | 75 minutes
The perils and promise of fish farms in a world running out of ocean fish stocks.
Bullfrog Films | 2004 | 55 minutes
Against the backdrop of BC's spectacular Great Bear Rainforest, Guardians and the salmon they monitor are victims of science censorship and reckless extractive industries.
Bullfrog Films | 2019 | 76 minutes
Set in the coldest waters surrounding Newfoundland’s rugged Fogo Island, Justin Simms’ short film HAND.LINE.COD. follows a group of “people of the fish”—traditional fishers who catch cod live by hand.
National Film Board of Canada | 2016 | 13 minutes
How can we keep Maine’s world-famous fishing communities employed and feeding us all when the oceans they depend on are warming so fast that fish stocks are declining? The answer, says economist Brianna Warner, is seaweed.
Bullfrog Films | 2022 | 8 minutes
The film follows Chief Sayers through a series of discussions with community members that explore the underlying social and ecological approaches of Batchewana's fisheries as well as perspectives about its history, current practices, and future directions.
Collective Eye Films | 2022 | 68 minutes