Wild Oyster from The River Project’s oyster study at Pier 42 in NYC! The largest oyster is 11cm. Photo by Chris Anderson.
What tornado warning? Josh Hoch of Go Shuck An Oyster lived up to his blog name at the July 18th SHELLSHOCKED screening at the Boston Public Library while a thunderstorm raged outside!
SHELLSHOCKED is a 2012 CINE Golden Eagle Award Winner! Director Emily Driscoll at the 2012 CINE Awards Gala with Natasha Jackson and CINE Golden Eagle Winners Anthony Brenneman, Jason Fraley and Arya Surowidjojo
Stavros Basis gets a shucking lesson from CJ of Island Creek Oysters
The SHELLSHOCKED Screening at the Harvard Museum of Natural History on May 12, 2012 included a Q&A with George Buckley and filmmaker Emily Driscoll. Island Creek Oysters provided oysters and a shucking demonstration! Photo by Emily Driscoll.
Panelists after discussion about documentary filmmaking at the 2012 Princeton Environmental Film Festival.
Shellshocked - Official Trailer
SHELLSHOCKED follows efforts to prevent the extinction of wild oyster reefs, which keep our oceans healthy by filtering water and engineering ecosystems. Today, because of overfishing and pollution, wild oyster reefs have been declared “the most severely impacted marine habitat on Earth” and are “functionally extinct.” Now scientists, government officials, artists and environmentalists are fighting to bring oysters back to the former oyster capital of the world - New York Harbor. FEATURING Fabien Cousteau, Murray Fisher, Mara Haseltine, Mark Kurlansky, Kyle Bennett, Chester Zarnoch, Jim Lodge, Pete Malinowski, Amy Cradic, Sylvia D’Alessandro and Yvonne Taylor. With music from “The Oyster Aristocracy” by Bob Wright and Harbortown.