Wishes Granted!

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We are over the moon to have received a pre-production grant from the LEF Foundation‘s Moving Image Fund for our documentary project, The Weir. It’s the first time we’ve received funding for an independent documentary, so it’s a huge vote … Continued

Getting Weir(d)

A little over a year ago, at the Slow Fish conference in New Orleans, we ran into Chatham weir fishermen Shannon and Ernie Eldredge and Russell Kingman. (Yes, sometimes you have to travel far to find your people close to … Continued

Scallops Wrapped in… New Bedford Pride

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The Harvest supermoon tetrad eclipse that the world witnessed on Sunday is supposed to be the culmination of three previous eclipses in 2015. Everything that happened since this spring is coming to fruition, apparently. Whether or not your believe in … Continued

Scallops: Sustainability & Science at Sea

We’ve been in discussions on an exciting documentary project since February. But with two production days under our belt this week, it’s time to finally spill the beans. (Or shuck the scallop, as it were.) In collaboration with the Coonamessett … Continued

Saving Paradise Turns 3!

Finally… the moment we’ve all been waiting for… the latest installment in our Saving Paradise series! Our third short documentary about Cape Cod’s environmental troubles premiered at the Cape Cod Commission’s One Cape summit on February 26. Produced in collaboration … Continued