The End of the Line

This major, lavishly shot feature documentary reveals the very real threat to the world’s fish stocks: unless something is done there will be no fish left to eat in the oceans by 2050. This is an environmental and humanitarian catastrophe: three billion people rely on fish as their main food supply. Shot all over the world, the film shows how this has happened, who is to blame and what can be done about it. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2009 and since then has been widely and favourably reviewed in the UK, has already forced companies to change their fish purchasing policies and is being distributed all over the world. Find out where you can see the film by going to 

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Rupert Murray
Executive Producer: 
Christopher Hird
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Dartmouth Films
in association with Calm Productions and Arcane Pictures