For the past 2 years, Nakawe Project has been spanning the globe to film and document the the best evidence to show the steady decline of the worlds biggest fisheries. We have met and collaborated with so many scholars, artists, colleagues, fishermen and marine biologists & explorers like Dr. Sylvia Alice Earle from Mission Blue @mission_blue, Enric Sala from National Geographic @natgeo and Maximilliano Bello from PEW Charitable Trust @pewenvironment and Undersea Hunter-Cocos Island , just to name a few, to give their accounts in front and behind the fishing nets.

Now in it’s advanced production stages, we need your help more than ever to complete this exciting and eye opening documentary.


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When we talk about women’s oceanographic exploration, no other name commands more respect and attention than Legend, Marine Biologist, Explorer, Author and Lecturer Dr. Sylvia Earle @mission_blue. Currently Explorer-In-Residence of the National Geographic Society @natgeo, she is also the First Female Chief Scientist of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration or NOAA. Dr. Earle has travelled the globe in search of “Hope Spots” and in doing so focused her attention in saving heritage sites such as Cocos Island and many coastal communities that suffer from the onslaught of overfishing. Together with Nakawe Project @nakaweproject, she gives her insights and possible solutions to make these communities persevere through testing times using all available scientific data and equipment. See her participation in our much awaited documentary #GameOverFishing

Our Film Crew is made up of:

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Our project’s goal is to inspire people while telling stories of  characters that dedicated their life to the oceans and help it in different fields such as conservation, ecotourism, Science, research, activism and arts… and of course giving the ”microphone” to fisherman and coastal communities affected.

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“Game Over Fishing” will serve as a vehicle for change, raising awareness in both local and international communities.

With a mix of English and Spanish audio, there will be subtitles in both languages.