Up to now the fishery agreement between the EU and Morocco has made it possible for the Spanish fleet to fish Moroccan waters dry, a region which still had one of the highest fish populations in the world in the 1980s. In the meantime Morocco has undertaken great efforts to build up its own fishing industry. Now, for example, the state is setting up new fishing villages with training centres. Exemplary cooperation is already being developed between Bremen and the fishery centre in Dakhla. The documentary examines the question of whether Morocco’s new approach to fishing management could also be a model for other developing countries.
Cast and Crew
Director Michael Wolff (fact+film)
Director of Photography Ayhan Salar, Michael Dreyer