Poster of a herring bleeding and with sea lice serves as a link to The Pristine Coast film page

The Pristine Coast


In 2010, thousands of people protested in Victoria, British Columbia about the impacts open net pen fish farming is having on wild salmon populations. But director Scott Renyard discovers the impacts are much worse and include many, if not all, species of fish which has implications for climate change.


The Filmmakers

JUGGERNAUT PICTURES and SALMON PRODUCTIONS presents a film by SCOTT RENYARD “THE PRISTINE COAST” written, directed, and produced by SCOTT RENYARD director of photography MARK NODA edited by MAJA ZDANOWSKI production design by PHIL JOHNSTON music by HEATHER KEMSKI title song by RICH HAGENSEN, JOANNE BANKS, SCOTT RENYARD narrated by KIRBY MORROW