Free movies are my favorite kind of movies. I will watch almost ANY movie, especially if you tell me I don’t have to pay for it! This Tuesday, March 15th, the New Rochelle Public Library will be showing End of the Line from 7:00pm-9:00pm and it’s free to watch! This film first premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival and has been inspiring sustainable fishing and eating of fish ever since. Sited as “The Inconvenient Truth about oceans” by The Economist, End of the Line dives into the practices of fishing life and what will happen to the wildlife if our eating habits don’t change.

You can learn more about promoting a sustainable fish market at and by participating in the awareness that is being driven by this film. All you have to do is show up.

The New Rochelle Public Library

End of the Line