To examine the threat of food-chain collapse as part of IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, Slow Food Dublin host this screening of the documentary Atlantic in partnership with the film’s director, Risteard Ó Domhnaill.
The documentary highlights the collapse of indigenous fishing communities and, more importantly, raises awareness of the need for sustainable fishing practices in order to support coastal communities and our sea resources.
The screening will feature an introduction by Slow Food Ireland organiser Anthony O' Toole and then will be followed by a panel discussion with the following experts:
· Sally Barnes from Woodcock Smokery in Skibbereen, Co Cork — one of the few places left in Ireland that only smoke wild salmon, hake, pollock, kippers, tuna and mackerel.
· Niall Sabongi, chef and owner of Klaw in Temple Bar, Poké on Capel Street and soon to open Urbanmonger on South Great Georges Street and Klaw Seafood Café on Fownes Street. Niall is committed to sustainable seafood and his own quest to source the best fresh fish led him to establish a seafood wholesale business, Sustainable Seafood Ireland.
· Risteard Ó Domhnaill is an award winning director and cinematographer, known for The Pipe (2010), Atlantic (2016) and founder of Scannáin Inbhear/Inver Films.