The Davis Sunrise Rotary Club Environment and Youth Services Committees are hosting a showing of the award-winning documentary film “Microplastic Madness” (created by CafeteriaCulture.org – a non-profit organization committed to reducing plastic and waste in school cafeterias across the country).
The film is an optimistic and inspiring take on the local and global plastic pollution crisis as told through the view of a group of 5 th graders in New York City. The 5th graders spent 2 years investigating plastic pollution as citizen scientists, community leaders, and advocates. With stop-motion animation, heartfelt kid commentary, and interviews of experts and renowned scientists, this alarming, yet uplifting narrative
conveys an urgent message in user-friendly terms with a take-action message to spark youth-led plastic free action in schools everywhere. The film has been accepted to 37 film festivals and received 7 awards.
Film starts at 6:30 pm.
Informational fair starting at 5:30.
Q&A with Producer/Director Debby Lee Rosen following the film.
Space is limited Get your free tickets through EventBrite.
Questions: Please contact Frances McChesney at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 530-400-4672
Our goal is to fill the theatre with students, families, community members,
friends. We are seeking your collaboration to get the word out.