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Published on Nov 15, 2006
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A globalization documentary about environmental destruction and community activism. This fishing film has brought audiences to tears. GRAND PRIZE WINNER, Planet in Focus Film Festival, Toronto BRONZE AWARD, 2005 Columbus Film Festival Finalist, Vermont International Film Festival Finalist, Seoul Human Rights Film Festival Finalist, Maine International Film Festival
One More Dead Fish from filmmakers Stefan Forbes and Alllan Forbes, Jr.
The sleepy town of Woods Harbor, Nova Scotia explodes when six hook-and-line fishermen seize a Federal building and barricade themselves inside to fight for the environment.
Narrated by Peabody award-winning journalist Scott Simon of National Public Radio, this film has moved festival audiences to tears.
"Inspiring!" -- Detroit News
"Occasionally jaw-dropping and often heartwrenching...captures the breadth and complexity of a truly global problem." -- Sierra Club of Canada Magazine
"Unfolds like a thriller, taking you behind the headlines of a complex and often shocking story. A powerful film, filled with dignity, heartbreak, and hope." - Avi Lewis, CBC
"A powerful, compelling portrayal of a community fighting back against government-promoted, corporate destruction of their livelihood." --Michael Moore, filmmaker
"Inspiring!" --Howard Zinn, author
"A terrific film. I hope it is widely seen..." --Haskell Wexler, filmmaker
"Excellent!" --Ken Loach, filmmaker
"A compelling story...based on unimpeachable science." -Les Watling, PhD., Darling Marine Center, U. of Maine
"This inspiring film is a lesson to all citizens about the urgent need for sustainable fisheries. Very moving." --U.S. Congressman William J. Delahunt, MA
"Riveting cinematography...You must see it!" -Ted Danson, actor/activist
"Will resonate in the minds and hearts of our audience." -Bernie Roscetti, Program Manager, Maine PBS
"This film has the ring of the truly spoken...the real story behind one of the most important social protests of the last quarter-century." -Donald Grady, Professor of Sociology, Acadia University, Canada
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