Although hugely important to the regional economy, the workings of the fishing industry remain largely unknown to the vast majority of people not connected in some way to the waterfront. Fishing vessels come and go but where they go, what they do and how they do it is still a mystery to those on the land.
From over seven hours of video and interviews with the crew as they toiled day and night to bring home a catch, Cuddy has produced a compelling narrative that affords a rare glimpse of a job that few people have seen up close.
With running time of 51 minutes, “Finest Kind” will be screened in the Museum’s Cook Memorial Theater.
Admission is free.