Sockeye Salmon. Red Fish

The film “Sockeye Salmon. Red Fish” is about the wild salmon of Kamchatka (Russia) - but it’s only one illustration of a worldwide problem. In the USA and Japan, schools of wild salmon are also under threat. Experience of restoring wild salmon in American, Japanese and Canadian rivers, has shown that expenses greatly outreach their results. The only way to save wild salmon is to stop its natural numbers from dwindling. "Sockeye Salmon" shows a wonderful example of this with the Kamtchatka Sanctuary.

Director(s): Dmitriy Shpilenok, Vladislav Grishin
Script: Tikhom Shpilenok
Production: Dmitriy Shpilenok, Petr Shpilenok, Anna Sukhova
Music: Georgy Khimoroda
Actors: Tikhom Shpilenok
Year: 2020
Duration: 51 min
Picture format: 16:9
Our age recommendation: 16
Language (audio): Russian
Language (subtitles): English
Country of origin: Russia
Shooting Locations: Russia
Screening rights: SHPILENOK FILM ()


Main topic(s): Planet Earth
Secondary topics: sufficiency overfishing wilderness wildlife
Mentions: Wild salmon salmon Kamchatka fishing
Topic Page(s): Planet Earth Positive Films

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