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Stolen Fish: A documentary on the exploitation of the Gambian coast by Chinese fishmeal factories

1 July 2020

by M. Juszczak | 2020 | 30 min

In the Gambia, the smallest country of mainland Africa, fish is now being powdered up by Chinese corporations and exported to Europe and China to feed animals in industrial farming. As a result, Gambians are being deprived of their primary source of protein, overfishing is depleting marine ecosystems. The film follows Abou, Mariama and Paul, three Gambians who share intimate stories of daily struggle, anger, hope and longing for their loved ones.

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Author(s)

Gosia Juszczak

Film maker and journalist