Director
Dmitry Shpilenok

2020, Russia, documentary, 51 min, colour
Sockeye salmon is a type of wild salmon, born in the reservoirs of Kamchatka, goes out into the Pacific Ocean, where it spends its entire life. She returns to fresh water only once to give offspring, start the wheel of life and die. It is an inexhaustible resource that feeds billions of people on the Planet, reviving every year! But we may find ourselves facing an incredible fact: an inexhaustible resource will be exhausted through the fault of human!

SOCKEYE SALMON. RED FISH

Graduated from Moscow State Art and Cultural University, majoring in film and TV directing.
Documentary filmmaker. Lead operator of the film «Kamchatka Bears. Life Begins» (24 awards,
2018 Golden Eagle award in the category Best Documentary, Russian Geographical Society
award in the category Best Media Project). Shot video for Russian and international TV channels
(including BBC World). Author of projects "Priroda Show" and "I — a bear!".

DMITRIY SHPILENOK
Directors:
Dmitry Shpilenok,
Vladislav Grishin

DOP:
Dmitry Shpilenok,
Nikolay Shpilenok

Producers:
Anna Sukhova,
Peter Shpilenok,
Dmitry Shpilenok

Editing director:
Vladislav Grishin Sound

engineers:
Antonina Balashova,
Evgeny Petrol

Composer:

Georgy Himoroda