Menhaden: The Most Important Fish in the Bay Trailer

Menhaden: The Most Important Fish in the Bay Trailer (2012)

"Not your ordinary fish tale" 16 April 2012 27 mins

Menhaden: The Most Important Fish in the Bay examines the role of a little-known, oily, little fish in the Chesapeake Bay. From its original concept as a classic man-versus-environment story, the film evolved to reflect the complexity of sustaining a menhaden fishery that many diverse interests depend on. The outcome: a story that seamlessly weaves together different perspectives on the menhaden fishing industry and its culture utilizing engaging personal vignettes, scientific data and creative visual storytelling techniques. Techniques include archival footage blended with cinematic live-action footage, musical performances and original, handmade animations.

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United States 16 April 2012

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