Daniel Pauly recently returned from Newfoundland, Canada, where he was working on an international fishing documentary.
The film, produced by the Khaled bin Sultan Living Ocean Foundation near Washington D.C., will be filmed in five locations including Honduras, South America, the U.S., Bahamas, Senegal, Africa, — and, of course, Newfoundland, Canada.
As Pauly explains, the film explores the role of small-boat fishermen and how they contribute to the economy.
“There is a lack of awareness from the government,” he says. “They don’t understand how these fisherman fit into the economy, and so they tend to favour bigger fishing companies.”
Pauly is the film’s on-camera investigator who also serves as link between the countries.
The film is currently in production and is aiming for release in spring 2016.