What the media are saying
Each week we draw together the news, reviews and coverage of The End of the Line film and the campaign, from around the world.
In the past week Los Angeles blog Curbed LA has been pondering the question we set about our set of images taken on the streets of LA. Adrian Glick Kudler wanted to know what the connection between them was.
There was further coverage of The End of the Line last week. The new study by Boris Worm and Ray Hilborn, who both appear in the film, that showed that fish stocks in certain areas had recovered slightly due to conservation measures, was widely covered.
A little late this week, but another busy period has seen more reviews, features and support from media in the US, Canada and Britain. First mention must go to the review of The End of the Line by respected film critic Roger Ebert, in the Chicago Sun Times.
All of this week’s coverage of The End of the Line comes from the United States and Canada - apart from one mention in The London Evening Standard.
The buzz about the film continues apace, with more articles and reviews about The End of the Line, including coverage from the Washington Post, Reuters and The Guardian.
All of the news on The End of the Line for the past week has been from outside the UK, coming from far afield as Australia and Japan.
There have been many articles and reviews featuring The End of the Line this week following the film’s release in the United States on 19th June.
The End of the Line has still been receiving plenty of coverage following its UK release and in the run up to its US launch.
The official cinema release of The End of the Line has led to further coverage of the film.
This week has seen a dramatic increase in the coverage for The End of the Line and related fishing issues in the run up to the World Ocean Day Screenings.
You can see our a selection of the world coverage for the film from June 2009 here.
Lots of coverage this week of Nobu’s decision to leave bluefin tuna on their menus, but to include a suggestion that diners choose a sustainable alternative.
The End of the Line has been cropping up on blogs and news sites, and is receiving some very positive feedback.