Documentary – “Still Fishing: Beyond the Escuminac Disaster” – Airing on Television for first time

Documentary – “Still Fishing: Beyond the Escuminac Disaster” – Airing on Television for first time

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        “Still Fishing: Beyond the Escuminac Disaster” is a 28 minute documentary that recounts the story of the 1959 Escuminac Disaster.  This documentary that was produced by the Miramichi River Tourism Association screened in the 2014 Atlantic Film Festival in Halifax, as well as the 2014 Silver Wave Film Festival in Fredericton where it took home the award for “Best Low-Budget New Brunswick Documentary.”   
 
         Now, for the first time, the documentary will be available to watch on Television.  The documentary will be featured on a segment called “Loose Frames” on Rogers TV New Brunswick.  “Loose Frames” features a variety of documentaries.  The episode featuring “Still Fishing” is the only episode that will play in the Loose Frames slot for the next two weeks, starting on Monday .  The first airing in Miramichi will be Monday August 24th at 8:30 PM, with encores on Wednesday at 5:30 PM, Friday at 5:30 PM, and Saturday at 6:30 PM.
 
Click here to view the Rogers/ “Loose Frames” schedule: LOOSE FRAMES – MIRAMICHI SCHEDULE  
You can view the schedule for your region by changing the region on the top right hand corner of the screen.
Happy watching!”
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Theodore Williston tells the story of the Escuminac Disaster from his perspective in “Still Fishing”

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