[It] is pure investigative journalism. It trusts no one and questions every side of the story.
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A River Below

Deep in the Amazon, the population of the indigenous pink river dolphin is dwindling. Docile and easy to catch, this near-mythical animal is being hunted to extinction and used as bait for scavenger fish. But two activists are each working tirelessly to raise awareness and protect the species. On the one hand a marine biologist and on the other a famous TV star, each has their own very different approach to their one common goal.

Played at

Music Hall, 11.03.17 - 11.09.17
Rated NR This film is subtitled This film is subtitled
Runtime: 86 min
Language: English, Portuguese, Spanish

Director: Mark Grieco
FEATURED REVIEW: Allan Hunter, Screen International
An environmental documentary needs to have more than endangered species, shocking statistics and moral outrage to make an impact. Director Mark Grieco grabs our attention by going beyond the obvious. Exploring the consequences of well-intentioned actions and providing a sense of the ...