Vezo - a short film by Tod Lending

A fourteen-year-old girl tells how her family and village in Madagascar improved their lives of hunger and poverty after scientists worked with them to protect their fishing grounds from overfishing and adopt sustainable practices. Director Tod Lending is an Academy Award nominated and national Emmy winning producer, director, and cinematographer whose work has aired nationally on ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, HBO, Al Jazeera.

Posted on Apr 21, 2014. Tags: Culture, Documentary, International

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