Simon Mark-Brown
/ New Zealand
/ 2023
/ 85 mins
/ English
Director Mark-Brown examines the devastating impact of pollution and overfishing on Auckland's Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand's only marine park. The once-thriving ecosystem is now on the brink of collapse, with sea life in decline and pollution levels rising. The film explores the potential solution of implementing traditional Māori protection methods, which could help to restore balance to the ecosystem and support sustainable fishing practices. With stunning underwater footage and insightful interviews with experts, the film is a powerful call to action to protect our oceans and preserve our natural heritage.
Q&A with Director Simon Mark-Brown follows screening on
Sun 28 May @10.00am | The Capitol Cinema, Auckland

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Director: Simon Mark-Brown
Producer: Angela Hovey
Country: New Zealand
Language: English
Year: 2023
Duration: 85 mins
Premiere: World
Genre: Environment/Climate Change
Category: Making an Impact

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