|Genres||Documentary History Short|
|Runtime||22 min, Canada:22 min|
|Plot||Belly Up gives voice to three First Nation hereditary chiefs and other people from the community on what salmon extinction would mean to their culture. Increasingly, the unsustainable practices of logging and salmon farming threaten wild salmon and are, ultimately, threatening the coastal ecosystem and First Nation way of life. The First Nations on the west coast of Canada have relied on salmon for income, sustenance and ceremonial purposes for thousands of years. Through interviews and archival footage, Belly Up identifies larger ecological issues surrounding salmon extinction. Belly Up shows why the coastal First Nations of Canada defend the environment and motivates the audience to consider the consequences of their dietary decisions.... search for Belly Up: Salmon in Peril on IMDb|
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