Don’t miss what David Attenborough has called “One of the most important films of our time”
Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) company Active 360 have collaborated with the Plastic Oceans Foundation and Brunel University London to create the Plastic Oceans Festival which launched earlier this year, aiming to raise awareness of the damaging effects plastic pollution is having on the Thames, and to increase understanding that this is part of a global issue.
Central to the festival are screenings of the film A Plastic Ocean, addressing issues of plastic pollution. Join for a special screening of the film in collaboration with Barnes Film Festival.
Sat 30 Sep, 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Courtesy of Totally Thames
Old Sorting Office (OSO) Arts Centre at Barnes Green, 49 Station Road SW13 0LF
Kew Bridge to Barnes Film Festival
Saturday, September 30, 2017
Brentford Boating Arch Unit 5 Kew Bridge Arches, Strand on the Green London W4 3NG England
Join us together with the Barnes Film Festival for SUP Paddle and Pick from Brentford Arches at 1:30pm for a 2:00pm start, heading down to Barnes towpath; opportunities for clean-ups around the drill dock by Lonsdale Rd until 4:00pm.
At 5:30pm watch ‘A Plastic Ocean’ documentary with special guest Q&A in the Old Sorting Office (OSO) Arts Centre at Barnes Green, 49 Station Road, London SW13 0LF.
Tickets will be available soon via Barnes Film Festival 2017.
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