The Israeli Film Service Collection

Fishing in Israel

13 Minutes, 1956
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Directed by: Natan Gross
Production Company:Israeli Film Service
Photographer: Haim Schreiber, Nissim (Nicho) Leon
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A Prime Minister’s Office’s Minhal Ha’hasbara documentary about Israel’s fishing industry.
Twenty three fishing trawlers leave Israel’s ports every day, and many fish ponds operate inland, but some fishermen still use primitive fishing methods. To increase the total quantity of fish farmed and caught in Israel, the Ministry of Agriculture researches fishing methods and trains new fishermen. The film’s camera moves from the Fisheries Research Institute’s labs in Haifa to the classrooms of the fishing school in Mikhmoret, sails aboard the trawler Nakdimon, and eventually returns to the canning factories and fish markets in Israel.

Genre:
Documentary

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