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November 25, 2016 #news


The hot new film "Sushi: The Global Catch" that got an official selection at the Seattle film festival 2011 is well worth a watch.

Sushi: The Global Catch is a documentary about the global spread of Japanese cuisine and the ensuing impact on the world's seafood population in particular the now struggling bluefin tuna. The film features chefs from around the world, including Tokyo sushi master Mamoru Sugiyama and Tyson Cole of Uchi in Austin, Texas, as well as fishing industry experts and environmentalists. It premiered on the 8th of June 2011 at the Seattle International Film Festival.


Sushi: The Global Catch - Trailer from Sakana Films on Vimeo.


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