[Special Feature] | After the Fish Are Gone, by Dominic Bracco II and Erik Vance | Harper's Magazine

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A film produced in conjunction with "Emptying the World's Aquarium" (Harper's, August 2013)

In conjunction with their work on the piece “Emptying the World’s Aquarium: The dismal future of the global fishery,” which appears in the August 2013 issue of Harper’s Magazinephotographer Dominic Bracco II and writer Erik Vance produced a short documentary, After the Fish Are Gone. The film is narrated by clips from an interview with a man named Piolin, who began fishing as a teenager in the small Mexican town of Kino, on the Sea of Cortez, and who details changes in recent years to his way of life: 


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