Els Dietvorst won in Paris in the International Jean Rouch festival the : 2018 International Competition Anthropology and Sustainable Development Award

Jury comment: First the sea and again the sea. Fishing: on foot, with cane, net, on board trawlers. Then faces, hands that tell tales, political conflicts, dreams and visions. The bipartite structure imagined by the director: to begin by giving to see then to give to hear, turns out to be particularly effective. In a political contemporaneity which seems to endanger their occupation and their history, the families of the fishermen of Kilmore Quay in Ireland maintain their practice in front of the ocean.