Chattanooga’s Back Row Film Series: Indie Films & Discussions

The Chattanooga Arts & Education Council’s Back Row Film Series returns to Chattanooga tomorrow evening, and continues all through the summer.

Tomorrow night’s film, THE END OF THE LINE, is a documentary about the effects of overfishing.  “Imagine a world without fish,” the film says–it warns us that entire species of fish may soon vanish.

The screening takes place on Thursday, May 6th at the Tennessee Aquarium, and after the screening, the executive chef of Greenlife Grocery will lead a discussion about ways to buy sustainable seafood.  Greenlife is the only FishWise certified retailer in the Southeast.

The film begins at 6 p.m., followed by the discussion.  Tickets are $10 per person; $5 for AEC and Aquarium members.

The Back Row Film series continues throughout the summer with screenings of Citizen Architect, The Spaghetti West, and The Greening of Southie.

More information on the film series is at http://backrowfilms.com/.

Listen to the story.

THE END OF THE LINE

Thursday, May 6

Tennessee Aquarium

6:00 PM – Film screening followed by discussion

$10 per person

$5 for AEC and Aquarium members

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