Still Fishing – Trailer

Thirty-five fishermen did not return home on June 19th 1959. The Escuminac disaster is one of the worst fishing disasters in Canadian history. This documentary traces back to the disaster through the eyes of three of the surviving fishermen, two of which are still fishing to this day.

Silver Wave Film Festival – Award – “Still Fishing”

Andrew King receives the award for "Best Low-Budget New Brunswick Documentary" at the 2015 Silver Wave Film Festival in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

“Still Fishing: Beyond the Escuminac Disaster” – Silver Wave Press

"Still Fishing: Beyond the Escuminac Disaster" press after winning award at the Silver Wave Film Festival. Click on image to view the article.

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95.9 Sun FM Interview – Paddy Quinn – Andrew King

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Still Fishing – Beyond The Escuminac Disaster – Press

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Silver Wave Film Festival – Interview – “Still Fishing”

Andrew King, Terry Power, and Cindy Trevors are interviewed after receiving the award for "Best Low-Budget New Brunswick Documentary" at the 2014 Silver Wave Film Festival in Fredericton, NB.

Lobster Fishing

Opening day of lobster fishing at Escuminac Wharf in New Brunswick, Canada. Documentary about Escuminac Wharf and the storm of 1959 coming soon.