I've been going to Sundance since the early 90's, and I've seen a lot of documentaries.
I don't know if is was the "wrongness" of watching humans hunt certain animals, or the government complicity in feeding school children the mercury-heavy meat, or the simple pride in barbarism displayed by some of the defenders of the subject at hand, but on the last Saturday of the festival, I left a theater more moved by a documentary than ever before. In fact I'm still furious.
Video we grabbed of the filmmakers and activist Ric O'Barry here.
And there's a trailer for the film (which hopefully sees full release soon) here.
Get involved here.