Other Films

As well as NOFF's own films, there are many produced around the world by like-minded organisations and individuals. The problems of the salmon farming industry are not unique to Tasmania!

Juice Media on Tasmanian Elections

The most accurate, devastating analysis of Tasmanian elections!

Katheti (Poros Island, Greece)

Our Greek friends Katheti have links to several films from across the world, and have put captions in Greek on some of NOFF's films (make sure you have captions turned on).

Paradise Lost

To accompany Richard Flanagan's Toxic, here is a a quite devastating documentary by Justin Kurzel and Conor Castles-Lynch showing the impact of the industry on our environment and people.

The least deadly catch: ocean farming in the climate change era

Bren Smith (Greenwave) shows how to farm oceans pragmatically, ethically and environmentally. This is aquaculture with a diverse range of products, not just salmon. Greenwave trains and supports ocean farmers in the era of climate change, working with coastal communities around the world to create not just a narrowly-focused single-product industry but a blue economy – built and led by farmers. (Bren starts at 4 minutes 21 seconds, the introduction is a bit long). (Caution – may cause enthusiasm).

Some extraordinary footage from Compassion in World Farming showing what really happens in fish pens, in this case in Scotland (caution: may cause distress).

Artifishal – the fight to save wild salmon

Artifishal is a film about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. It explores wild salmon's slide toward extinction, threats posed by fish hatcheries and fish farms, and our continued loss of faith in nature.

Dive evidence of pollution near Eggs and Bacon Bay

In May 2023 NOFF produced an underwater video showing the impact of fish farms on a reef near Eggs and Bacon Bay, in the Huon estuary in southern Tasmania. This video also shows the reaction of the State minister Jo Palmer, and Bob Brown's response to that.

Animal cruelty at Cooke Aquaculture

In 2019, Animal Outlook (formerly Compassion Over Killing) released the first-ever undercover exposé of salmon aquaculture in the USA, at Cooke Aquaculture in Bingham, Maine, exposing senseless violence against these sentient animals at an industrial Atlantic salmon hatchery (caution: may cause distress).

Huon Island is dying

Shows reefs at Huon Island in Southern Tasmania being killed by algae and marine growth stimulated by toxic nutrient overloads from salmon feeding lots. The film is a joint production of TAMP and NOFF.

Don't mess with Mickeys

In May 2023 NOFF supporters flocked on land and sea to a protest meeting at Mickeys Beach, at the mouth of the Huon River.

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