Friday, April 2, 2010

REMINDER! Free Saturday Screening!

Environmental Surroundings
April 4th, 2010

3:00 pm
The End Of The Line

Dir. Rupert Murray (UK: 2009), 85 mins: The End of the Line is a documentary film that explores the effects of overfishing and the diminishing effects it is having on marine life. The film debuted at Sundance Film Festival in 2009 and is based on the book The End of the Line by Charles Clover. Narrated by Ted Danson, The End Of The Line looks into the popular demand for certain types of seafood and how it is leading to the extinction of certain species in the ocean. The documentary looks at politicians, fisherman and those involved in the seafood industry to investigate the problem. The film travels across the globe from Alaska, Newfoundland, the Bahamas, to the Tokyo fish market and many more locations that show the possible end of sea life as we know it.

1 comment:

逸凡 said...