North Dorset’s Screening of Rubber Jellyfish

Wave of change Partners “Don’t Inflate to Celebrate” and “Ecotainment!” are proud to present their third screening of Rubber Jellyfish THIS FRIDAY – 3rd May:



Come early with kids and leave after the film ends or stay late with like-minded grown-ups. Enjoy the cafe and bar serving local produce with great company. Leave with your origami or clay creations empowered to take-action on plastic-waste!


Cafe on Gold Hill serving Hot Supper, Raw Organic Pana Chocolate Bars, Eight Arch Brewery (Wimborne)

Origami Sea Turtles & Balloon making workshop

Play the Deadly Jellies game & pledge Don’t Let Go!

Creative Clay For All workshop

Fundraising Stall – Selling signed childrens books by Ellie Jackson ‘Wild Tribe Heroes’; Casus eco-friendly grill (a bio-degradable ‘disposable’ barbeque); IWAKO marine animal ‘puzzle-erasers’; limited edition Eco-Cup 1pt stainless-steel tankards ‘Raise a Glass in Celebration Instead of Memory by Inflation!’

We have an izettle card reader so we’ll be able to accept payments by card as well.

8- 9.30 FILM (80 min, 12A recommended)

Rubber Jellyfish is a feature-length documentary film by Australian wildlife conservationist and mum-to-be Carly Wilson. In the film Carly goes on a mission to uncover the truth surrounding sea-turtles and their propensity for dining on plastic waste.

As she travels around Australia seeking to understand the science and various points of view, Carly discovers a range of issues, from the heartbreaking impact on sea turtles to the potentially deadly effect of helium on children. Her journey takes her from littered beaches to the capital, as she speaks to activists, businesses, and politicians to find out why the balloon problem is being ignored and if something can be done.

9.30 – 10 pm Q&A DISCUSSION

For those that want to delve deeper into the subject matter. The discussion is hosted by Ecotainment! and Don’t Inflate to Celebrate who are both Dorset based eco-campaigns. With over twenty years experience combined they were responsible for bringing this film to the UK for it’s European premiere in Wimborne on March 14th.



There is space for up to 25 cars in the well lit car park.

If the car park is full, please do not park and obstruct the road – Gold Hill Farm (DT11 8HB) have kindly offered us ‘overspill’ parking – which is just 2-3 minutes down the road on the RHS (past the orchard and just over the brow of the hill)

There is a one way system at the farm so please do not drive and park in the courtyard -follow the signs (on LHS) the parking is behind the shop/cafe.

We are raising money to continue showing the film to a diverse range of audiences please be generous with your donations. We can also arrange visits to schools, book readings and private or public screenings at a time and location convenient to you. Please contact us for further info

There will be a suggested donation of £5 on-the-door or reserve seats online via Eventbrite for £7.50 each :

Under twelves are free but must be accompanied by adult.

Organic supper provided by Cafe on Gold Hill

Creative Clay For All workshops

For further info. please consult the website and @DorsetRubberJellyfish Facebook page.

Thank you for your interest and we look forward to seeing you at one of the screenings!

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