Sponsored by SLO Provisions

The U.S. is flooded with six billion tons of imported seafood, representing 91 percent of our fish. This film exposes the high cost of such cheap fish and the forces threatening local fishing communities and public health by revealing how our choices as consumers drive the global seafood trade. But it also talks about a new movement underway to return sustainability to both fish and fishermen. Pioneering fishermen and women and celebrated chefs are leading a revolutionary new model a “Catch of the Day” revival based on local, seasonal, sustainable fish.
85 min / USA

Directors: Darby Duffin, Adam Jones
Producers: Darby Duffin, Adam Jones