Protect Liverpool Bay,  Liverpool, Nova Scotia

Canada

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Videos & Documentaries

Protect Liverpool Bay has been honoured to host screenings of each of the documentaries listed below including guest panel speakers.  Be sure to check back regularly on our Events page here and on Facebook for any future screening date announcements. 

SALMON WARS

WILD FISH & THE FUTURE OF COMMUNITIES 
BY SILVER DONALD CAMERON

"Salmon Wars is a wide-ranging exploration of net cage salmon aquaculture and its social, economic and environmental impact on the communities where it operates. It's an eye-opening 70-minute video documentary that surveys industry representatives, community activists, scientists, environmentalists and politicians, including Nova Scotia's Minister of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Environment."

- Salmonwars.com

For Info on hosting a screening visit their website.

SALMON CONFIDENTIAL

THE UGLY TRUTH ABOUT CANADA'S OPEN NET SALMON FARMS FEATURING ALEXANDRA MORTON 

"Salmon Confidential  is a film with over 1 million internet viewings and many awards on the dark politics behind farm salmon disease in British Columbia as revealed in testimony at the Cohen Commission"

- Alexandramorton.com

 

View the film on Youtube

SALMONOPOLY

By Wilfried Huismann and Amo Schumann 

"In his Norwegian home he is called the "Big Wolf". John Fredriksen with his company MARINE HARVEST is the world biggest player in the salmon industry. His farms in Chile, Norway and other countrys produce more than 100 Million farmed salmon per year to satisfy consumers in Europe, Japan and the USA. But at what price?"

- wilfried-huismann.de

 

View the film on Youtube

Fillet-Oh!-Fish

FISH: FARMING IN MURKY WATERS
By Nicolas Daniel
(Norwegian Seafood Council) 

Nicolas Daniel's documentary takes a critical look at the fish industry, providing exclusive footage from fish farms and factories around the world.

View the film on Youtube

ARTIFISHAL

THE ROAD TO EXTINCTION IS PAVED WITH GOOD INTENTIONS
By PATAGONIA 

"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."   - Artifishal.com

Artifishal will be showing in Patagonia stores, film festivals, community events and in theaters. To host a screening of your own, contact:   Film.Screenings@patagonia.com

Oct.30,2019 Update:  The full film is now publicly available on Youtube here.