Award winning feature length adventure-documentary film A Plastic Ocean will be screening in Dorchester on 17th November. In the film an international team of adventurers, researchers, and Ocean ambassadors go on a mission around the globe to uncover the shocking truth about what is lurking beneath the surface of our seemingly pristine Ocean.
More than just a movie this event forms part of a global ‘wave of change’, bringing together like-minded people from across society with an interest in sustainability. After the film the audience are invited to participate in a discussion with local experts about the issues raised. The foyer area will be taken over by Event Partners, local campaign groups and businesses showcasing the excellent work being done in the region. The event is being sponsored by Bournemouth University and is taking place at the Thomas Hardye School Theatre DT1 2ET.
The first-wave of Event Partners has been announced by environmentally friendly production company Ecotainment! who organised a similar event in Wimborne on May 5th.
And Keep online ethical shop plastic-free living (www.andkeep.com)
Dorset Wildlife Trust conservation organisation (www.dorsetwildlifetrust.org.uk/)
There is plenty of time to meet and mingle with people and groups from across the region so please allow enough time before and after the film to socialise and network.
Doors Open at 6 pm
Film Starts 7 pm
Film Ends 8.45 pm
Q&A Discussion 9-9.45 pm
Event Ends 10.30 pm
Youth U18 £5.50
Senior / Student £7.50
Adult aged 18+ £8.50
Group Discount 10% off 5 or more
Tickets are on sale now from www.creativedynamo.net/tickets and Dorchester Tourist Information Centre. 10% off Group bookings of 5 or more please contact Lee Hadaway of Ecotainment! for this or any other enquiries 07907795408 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Tickets for A Plastic Ocean with Special Guests have gone on sale today!
Friday the 17th November
Thomas Hardye School Theatre
Dorchester DT1 2ET
Tickets available now
Further info & Applications to take-part
Be sure to check out this review of our previous Plastic Oceans event in Wimborne!
A new feature length adventure-documentary film is coming to Dorset for the first time since it’s official release earlier this year. In the film A Plastic Ocean (12A) an international team of adventurers, researchers, and ocean ambassadors go on a mission around the globe to uncover the shocking truth about what is lurking beneath the surface of our seemingly pristine Ocean.
It is estimated that 8 million tonnes of plastic waste enter the seas every year and it’s accumulating. Large pieces of plastic break-up into smaller pieces called micro-plastic. Discarded ‘Ghost’ fishing nets drift through oceans snaring everything in their path. Disposable wrap, bottles and packaging used on average for just 12 minutes will last a lifetime, even longer, littering the seabed, surface & coast.
A Plastic Ocean brings to light the consequences of our global disposable lifestyle. We thought we could use plastic and throw it away with negligible impact to humans and animals. That turns out to be untrue. The result will astound viewers–just as it did the adventurers–who captured never-before-seen images of marine life, plastic pollution, and its ultimate consequences for human health.
A Plastic Ocean with special guests will be appearing at Queen Elizabeth’s School, Wimborne on Friday the 5th May for-one-night-only. More than just a movie this event forms part of a global wave of change; bringing together like-minded people from across society with an interest in sustainability. After the film the audience are invited to participate in a discussion with local experts about the issues raised. The foyer area will be taken over by sponsor stalls, campaign groups and businesses showcasing the excellent work being done in the region.
The ethical Sound Kitchen cafe are serving delicious hot and cold vegan food with cinema snacks and a bar. With plenty of time before and after the film this is the place to meet and mingle with like-minded people from across the region.
Organiser Lee Hadaway of Wimborne based Ecotainment! says “We are proud to be bringing this film to Dorset, our beautiful coastal county, with 88 miles of heritage coastline to protect. With the support of our Event Partners we are inspiring people to reduce their plastic footprint, live healthier and happier lifestyles and helping to combat the tide of Ocean Plastic. The oceans are the basis for all life on Earth and by harming the oceans we are also harming ourselves”
Tickets are on sale now from www.creativedynamo.net/tickets and Wimborne Tourist Information Centre. There are currently NO ONLINE Booking Fees and Event Partner Members get a £2 discount (Dorset Wildlife Trust, Friends of the Earth, Sensory Solutions, Southern Sustainability Partnership & Wimborne War on Waste). Bournemouth University are sponsoring the event. To become an Event Partner, book foyer space or for further information please contact Lee Hadaway of Ecotainment! 07907795408 (email@example.com)