West Dorset’s World Oceans Day screening of Rubber Jellyfish

We will be hosting our fourth screening of Rubber Jellyfish**` on :

WORLD OCEANS DAY – Saturday 8th June

11-1pm

at

Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre DT6 6LL

Rubber Jellyfish – will start at 11am

There will be a Q&A session afterwards

The event will end at 1pm

Further Information

The film is 80 minutes long and is rated the film 12A as there are a couple of mild swear words in it (the S word and the P word)

There will be a suggested donation of £5 on the door. You can either choose to turn up on the day or book in advance – on Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/west-dorsets-screening-of-rubber-jellyfish-tickets-61457257311

PLEASE NOTE; There are limited seats to the theatre (30) and we are expecting a good turn out. We advise people to book in advance.

We look forward to seeing you there!

**FILM Synopsis**
We all know that throwing rubbish on the ground is littering, so why is letting a balloon float away seen as something different?

“Rubber Jellyfish is a feature-length documentary that explores the effects of helium balloons on the environment, wildlife and human beings. Mum-to-be Carly Wilson sets out on a personal journey to meet key players on all sides in the fight to ban balloons, and exposes the confronting truth behind our favourite party product. 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.”

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