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POP UP DOCS presents: PLASTIC OCEAN + intro and Q&A with cameraperson Micha...
Sat 22 April 2017, 19:00 – 22:00 BST
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**UPDATE: meet at 7pm outside Bath spa train station for a 5min walk to the secret venue**
POP UP DOCS are celebrating the launch of REFILL BATH with a screening of A PLASTIC OCEAN in a secret location in central Bath on International Earth Day.
This award winning documentary follows an international team of adventurers, researches and ocean ambassadors on a mission around the globe, uncovering the shocking truth about what is truly lurking beneath the ocean, and the impact of plastic pollution on marine life and human health.
More than 8 million tons of plastic is dumped into our oceans each year. A simple step to stop this from growing is to re-use a water bottle. REFILL BATH make it really easy to refill your water bottle by introducing free refill stations on every street, in friendly cafés, shops, hotels, and businesses.
Followed by Q&A with Michael Pitts, Director of Photography.
Pop Up Docs is a touring cinema in Bath bringing documentaries to new audiences in unusual places.
POP UP DOCS and REFILL BATH present: A PLASTIC OCEAN + intro and Q&A with cameraman Mike Pitts
Dir. Craig Leeson | 2016 | 102min
Saturday 22nd April - International Earth Day
Doors 7pm | Speaker 7.30pm | Film 8pm
Secret location, central Bath, to be announced nearer the screening date
Advance tickets: £5.50 Adult / £4.50 Student / £4 statutory benefit & single parent / £3 child* (1 child FREE with every adult) / £0 refugees & carers. *Children 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult