Hot Ticket: End of the Line Screening

For one night exclusive screening in Seattle...and you're invited!

The directors have given us permission for a one night only screening of the film "End of the Line" (dubbed fishing's "Inconvenient Truth"). Following the film, I've gathered a panel of all stars to discuss sustainable seafood.

The event is sponsored by the W Hotel with food and a no-host cocktails before the film. Expect a bevy of outstanding, sustainably harvested seafood!

Note: Due to a limited number of seats, RSVP is required. Details below.



WHAT: Seattle screening of "End of the Line", the first major feature documentary film about the impact of overfishing our oceans, followed by a panel discussion on sustainable seafood issues from regional experts.

WHEN: Tuesday, July 14th 6:30-10pm

WHERE: W Hotel, Studio 7 & 8, 3rd floor
1112 4th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101

COST: $10 cash at the door- includes seafood appetizers prepared by Executive Chef Adam Stevenson.


TIME: No-host cocktails begin at 6:30 pm.

Casson Trenor - Author of the Sustainable Sushi Guide. Casson is a sustainable seafood advocate and restauranteur (San Francisco and soon to be Seattle)

Jon Rowley - A legend in the seafood world. Jon is a James Beard Who's Who of Food and Beverage in America recipient for his work improving seafood quality. He spearheaded the marketing of Copper River and Yukon River salmon and has worked closely with Taylor Shellfish for 20 years. Jon was among Saveur magazine's Top 100 list of influences in American food, dubbed "America's Disciple of Flavor" and serves as Contributing Editor to Gourmet magazine.

Becky Selengut - Chef, author, cooking instructor and founder of Seasonal Cornucopia. Becky is a writer for Edible Seattle and is currently working on a sustainable seafood book.

Shauna MacKinnon
- Living Oceans Society, British Columbia. Her areas of specialty include: open net-cage aquaculture and implementation of sustainable seafood programs (for retailers & food service operations).