The groundbreaking film that uses Audio Network music to help highlight the perils of overfishing our seas, ‘The End of the Line’ makes its terrestrial debut this Saturday March 6th on Channel 4 at 7.15pm.
This project consumed environmental journalist and writer of the film, Charles Clover, for over 3 years, he said, “We are passionate about bringing the over fishing debate to the world’s attention and believe this documentary is an important step towards changing views and practices. Audio Network’s music encapsulates the mood of the film perfectly and is part of the narrative that helps tell a vital story”
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The film premiered at Sundance in 2009 and made waves in both cinemas and restaurants when it came to UK Screens last year on World Oceans Day.
If you didn't manage to catch the film that time around, or on its More4
broadcast, don't panic! You can watch the Inconvenient Truth of the Seas on its network premiere on Channel 4 this Saturday March 6th at 7.15pm.
Find out more about the film and the issue at the film's comprehensive website www.endoftheline.com