The crew of Fish Meat, thankful for the reviews!

The reviews are in!

posted by Veronique Koch on 06 August 2012

We love reviews! Some very influential people watched “Fish Meat”, and here is what they had to say:

 

Tim Oshea, Founder, director, CEO Clean Fish

 

 

“An exploratory portrait of Turkey’s fish farms, Fish Meat hints at a future where environmental preservation can coexist with our growing demand for seafood.”

 

 

 

 

Barton Seaver, chef and author of For Cod and Country

 

 

Barton Seaver

 

Who and what are behind the fish on your plate? This engaging and fascinating film takes you on a journey to faraway places and forgotten times to illuminate the broad spectrum of fish farming techniques and their associated levels of environmental and social impact. With magnificent imagery and storytelling, it takes a highly nuanced and complex topic, and conveys accessible and actionable information to consumers of all tastes and backgrounds.

 

 

 

Ana Joanes, Director, Fresh the movie

 

 

 

 

“An exploratory portrait of Turkey’s fish farms, Fish Meat hints at a future where environmental preservation can coexist with our growing demand for seafood.”
“Fish farming has gotten a bad rap in recent years for environmentally damaging practices. Fish Meat takes a look at aquaculture as a part of holistic, sustainable ecosystems.”
“Our appetite for seafood far outstrips the wild supply, and aquaculture is trying to fill that gap. But can we find eco-friendly, sustainable ways of raising seafood? Fish Meat says yes, we can.”

 

 

 

 

Photos: cleanfish.com, bartonseaver.com, and freshthemovie.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.