ETNet Green Film Showing – The End of the Line
Wednesday 5th October – 7pm
The Point, Leigh Rd, Eastleigh, SO50 9DE
The “End of the Line” is a powerful documentary, based on the book by Charles Clover. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2009. Described as the “Inconvenient Truth of the Oceans”, the End of the Line warns that if overfishing continues, there will be no more seafood by 2048 – threatening many areas of the world with starvation.
In the film Charles Clover, former Daily Telegraph journalist, confronts the politicians who have failed to stop overfishing and the celebrity restaurateurs who continue to serve endangered species like bluefin tuna.
Natural history films about the oceans portray a pristine sea untouched by man. But is this the true picture?
If this matters to you, see the film… *FREE* ‘The End of the Line’
Imagine a World without Fish
Donations welcome : Discussion afterwards : Bar open
Presented by Eastleigh Transition Network in association with Eastleigh Borough Council