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SOCKEYE SALMON. RED FISH screening with PROTECTING NATURE FOR GOOD
SOCKEYE SALMON. RED FISH
In Kamchatka (Russia), fish is the basis of all commerce, a once-seeming inexhaustible source of income. These sorts of places attract people and fuel their greed. The great risk is that in their pursuit of profit everything will be irrevocably lost: fish and hundreds of other animals, in addition to the utopian corners of our planet that they live in. This film is an intimate view of the Kamchatkan Wildlife Sanctuary and the people there working to preserve one of the world’s greatest fisheries and most majestic places on earth.
Directors: Dmitriy Shpilenok , Vladislav Grishin
Country of origin/production: Russian Federation
PROTECTING NATURE FOR GOOD
How a massive, big-picture approach to conserve Brazil's Amazon helped define a new way to save nature.
Directors: Neil Losin, Nathan Dappen, Jill Schwartz
Country of origin/production: US/Brazil