Film screening: A Plastic Ocean

Film screening: A Plastic Ocean
29 April 2017
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Let’s Waste Less is excited to invite you to our fundraising launch and special one-off screening of A Plastic Ocean followed by a Q&A session, from 6pm on Saturday 29 April.

Don’t miss this award-winning film that Sir David Attenborough calls ‘the most important film of our time’, which focuses on the impact of plastic in our oceans, marine life and our own health.

To reserve your tickets, please visit the Demand Film event page. Unlike a traditional movie showing, this Demand Film screening requires that 50 more tickets be reserved in the next 39 days for the screening to go ahead.

We have a full evening of entertainment in store, including ocean-inspired art installations, music, welcome to country and luscious locally made morsels courtesy of JuJu’s and New Leaf Cafe. Drinks, including local Stone & Wood ales, will also be available for purchase and we have some amazing sponsor-donated prizes to win.

The film will be followed by a Q&A discussion with Tarra Martel, Environmental Education Officer, Tweed Shire Council; Jeanie McKillop, Coordinator North East Waste, Jordyn de Boer Co-founder Boomerang Bags. This is your opportunity to find out about exciting waste initiatives like the introduction of compost bins in July, the Container Deposit Scheme, due in December and to find out more about Boomerang Bags and learn about what can and can’t be recycled in Tweed Shire.

We need your support to make sure this event happens and to make sure this important film is seen. We’d love to see you in the audience, and we’d really appreciate your help in spreading the word among your friends and networks. Thanks for all your support!

Program details:

  • Drinks and nibbles 6-6.45pm
  • Film screening: 6.45- 8.30pm
  • Q&A panel: 8.45-9.45pm

Cost: $20

The Regent Cinema
5 Brisbane Street

Contact: Andia Cally on 0438 825 411

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