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TRIBECA FESTIVAL | Documenting a struggling Maine fish cannery in “Downeast”-REVIEW

A narrative of resilience--to behold

Downeast is about what at first sounds like the most boring possible cinematic subject: rebuilding a destitute fish cannery. And yet it's anything but. Filmmaker David Redmon and Ashley Sabin manage to pack politics, economics, and a large dollop of human interest into their seventy-six minute film. Though it's not without its significant problems, Downeast brings light to the desperate economic ... more >