What happens when the ideals of one group conflicts with the livelihood of another? A stirring and often surprising look at contemporary eco-activism on the Scottish Seas, Of Fish and Foe follows brothers Kevin and John Pullar, who are struggling to sustain the family business of net fishing for wild Atlantic salmon off the coast of Scotland.
Watching their every move, animal activist groups Sea Shepherd and Hunt Saboteurs oppose the Pullars at every turn, and frustrations frequently boil over in this thought-provoking documentary that puts modern environmentalism under the microscope
★★★★ “enthralling, no-punches-pulled doc” - Time Out London
This screening will include a post screening discussion with the Bread and Roses group.