Gone Fishing

Thursday, November 14, 2013    
4:00 pm


Al Whittle Theatre
450 Main St, Wolfville, NS, B4P 1E2



A thoughtful little pen and ink animation contemplating a moment in the sea. One most of us have experienced.

Canada, 2013, 3 minutes
Director: Eva Cvijanovic

Lobster Fishing

Lobster Fishing

The lobster on your plate may have been caught by Victor Thibault of Meteghan, Nova Scotia.

Canada, 2012, 4 minutes
Director: Alexandre B. Lampron


Nile Perch

Lake Victoria supports Africa’s largest inland fishery to a fault. Nile Perch was a non-indigenous fish species introduced into the lake in the late 1950s and has altered the freshwater ecosystem. Fishermen move through a complex network of middlemen, transporters and packaging factories. In the end all that is left is bones.

Uganda, 2013, 17 minutes
Director: Josh Gibson

Crab Fishery

Crab Fishery

Jeff Vollant and the crew of his ship Chasseur d’écumes are a feisty bunch from Maliotenam, Québec, and when it’s time to start catching crab, they know how to get the task done.

Canada, 2012, 5 minutes
Director: Alexandre B. Lampron

Sumo Roll

Sumo Roll

A sumo wrestler walks into a sushi joint. He challenges the chef to a showdown. Who will be victorious?

USA, 2013, 4 minutes
Director: Jay Kim

Oyster Harvesting-1

Oyster Harvesting

Oysters are known to inject passion into your life, but we think it’s partially due to the person who plucked it from the waters, especially in Bedeque, PEI.

Canada, 2012, 3 minutes 
Director: Alexandre B. Lampron

Well Fished

Well Fished

Grace and Fallon are an anomaly on a fishing boat. They aren’t just working the lines and the traps to make money. This is the beginning of their careers, a continuation of a long tradition in their families, and in Nova Scotia.

Canada, 2013, 20 minutes 
Director: Corrine Dunphy


Do Not Blame the Sea

The sea taketh and the sea gives back, a family fishes against the elements.

USA, 2013, 5 minutes
Director: Daniel Klein, Mirra Fine