To celebrate Global Earth Day on 22 April join us for a special screening of the incredibly powerful new film.
A Plastic Ocean
This new feature-length adventure documentary brings to light the consequences of our global disposable lifestyle. Filmed across 20 locations, the film details the significant risk plastic poses to our planet and provides a call to action to address it. The film has been described by Sir David Attenborough as “one of the most important films of our time”.
There is no doubt plastic pollution is a global problem but the solution starts locally and it involves every one of us to turn this plastic tide around. “The greatest threat to our oceans is the belief someone else will save it.” – Robert Swan
The screening will be held at the Manly Bowling Club function room, on Sunday 23 April.
Doors open 5pm, event starts 5.30pm. Ticket price of $15 includes a little wine and cheese tasting by Barefoot wines. A cash bar is also available.
Tickets available here.
This screening event is proudly presented by local organisations SO Manly, Surfrider Foundation Australia and Diveplanit. Any proceeds from the event will be pumped back into local community driven projects.
If you have any questions about the event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and include your phone number.
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