Hidden away at the bottom of the world is the most pristine stretch of ocean on Earth, the Ross Sea Antarctica.
This vast, frozen landscape teems with life - whales, seals and penguins all living on the edge. It is an ancient ecosystem largely untouched by humans where the delicate balance of nature still prevails. But man is about to tip that balance.
The fishing industry has now found its way to the Ross Sea. An international fleet, lead by New Zealand is targeting the highly lucrative Antarctic toothfish, sold as Chilean Seabass in up-market restaurants around the world.
The toothfish is a key predator and unless fishing is stopped the natural balance of the Ross Sea ecosystem will be lost forever.
Director Peter Young will be at the screening to answer all of your questions and discuss the making of the movie.
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