Caught in the Net

Illegal poaching was once a major threat to the survival of turtles. Today, incidental bycatch by fishermen has taken over as the largest threat to sea turtles globally. Yet the two are more related than we might think. “Caught in the Net” jumps into the heart of Trinidad and Tobago, following the people who protect the endangered turtles—and those who kill them.

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Caught in the Net (2021)

Medium Length (28mins) Documentary

Region:

Trinidad and Tobago

Rating:

No Rating

Director(s):

Kaaria Quash

Showtimes:

Mon 27 Sep 2021, ALL DAY *, Student Film Package

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Kaaria Quash

Kaaria Quash is an environmental journalist and documentary filmmaker focusing on topics concerning climate change, wildlife, and Indigenous issues. He grew up in Trinidad & Tobago and France, and is currently based in Montreal, Canada.

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