Two Wild Salmon Films Screening at SIFF

Breach_440x300Fans of fish and film have two movies to look forward to at SIFF. These two films (one short and one feature) will be screened back to back next week. Check them out!

The Breach - The film centers on the fragile ecosystem of wild salmon, including a chronicle of Washington’s Elwha River dam removal as well as a comprehensive look at Alaska’s Pebble Mine mineral exploration project, which could arguably destroy one of the world’s last unspoiled salmon runs. (85 min)

In the Same Boat - An intimate and charming portrait of fishermen in Bristol Bay and the commercial salmon industry. (18 min)

Wed, June 4, 6:30pm & Sat, Jun 7, 1pm

(Image via SIFF website)

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