Atlantic

Film, Documentaries

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Before industrialisation, the Atlantic Ocean was an invaluable resource to Ireland, but in the intervening years, the country has viewed the water merely as a route for travel or the flow of workers. In sharp contrast, Canada and Norway have vociferously campaigned to retain control of their territorial waters and basins. This documentary examines the repercussions of these radically different approaches to the Atlantic.

Release details

Release date: Friday April 29 2016
Duration: 80 mins

Cast and crew