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Artifishal - 75 min

IOFF Golden Gate Award Winner

The US Department of Agriculture promised that mechanized methods of production and harvest would work in hatcheries, providing salmon for sport and commercial fishermen and bolstering the wild populations of Northwestern Pacific salmon. Nope. But who profits from this failure and who pays for it? To homogenize a remarkably diversified wild species is an act of violence against life itself, Carl Safina says. More precisely, it risks destroying the Yurok culture and driving to extinction the salmon and the Orcas that depend on them.

Tune into the live-stream Q&A event moderated by David McGuire of Shark Stewards featuring film director Josh Murphy, and attorney for the Yurok Tribe, Amy Cordalis. Click here to learn more.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    75 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Josh Murphy
  • Screenwriter
    Collin Kriner, Josh “Bones” Murphy
  • Producer
    Laura Wagner, Josh “Bones” Murphy, Dylan Tomine, Sarah Makarewicz
  • Cast
    Carl Safina, Gary Meffe, Amy Cordalis, Dylan Tomine, Mikael Frodin Angler
  • Cinematographer
    August Thurmer, Devin Whetstone
  • Editor
    Collin Kriner
  • Music
    William Fritch