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Fishermen's Terminal

  • 57 mins
  • 95%
  • All Ages
  • United States of America FlagUSUnited States of America
  • 2006
  • Documentaries

Seattle’s Fishermen’s Terminal has been the homeport of the North Pacific Fishing Fleet for nearly a century, but when the Port of Seattle announced it would open this blue-collar enclave to yachts, a community of fishermen decided to fight. Fishermen’s Terminal takes an unflinching look at maritime gentrification, the challenges of the small-boat fishers and politics at the public agency that controls most of Seattle’s waterfront. The one-hour film features interviews with commercial fisher & anthropologist Pete Knutson, chef Maria Hines, author Jonathan Raban and several Port officials.