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      The Clean Bin Project: Documentary Movie in Brighton

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      August 23, 2013

      Friday   6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

      North Road
      Brighton, Brighton and Hove BN1 1YD

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      The Clean Bin Project: Documentary Movie


      For a Year, They Bought Nothing and Threw Away Zilch

      Now Canadian Filmmakers are 'Talking Trash' in the UK with

      their documentary: The Clean Bin Project

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      What started as a personal challenge - a household competition to see who could produce the least amount of garbage - has become a multi-award winning movie that is coming “home” to the UK this August.  Director Grant Baldwin was born in Brighton and immigrated to Canada as a child in the 80's. He and his partner, Producer Jenny Rustemeyer, are bringing their film The Clean Bin Project to Brighton on 23rd August for the launch of an exclusive 5-day tour.


      The Clean Bin Project is a refreshingly comedic documentary about a regular couple and their quest to answer the question "is it possible to live completely waste free?" Partners Jen and Grant go head to head in a battle to see who can swear off consumerism and produce the least landfill garbage in an entire year. Their light-hearted competition to refuse, reduce and recycle their way to the smallest garbage bin is set against a darker examination of the large-scale environmental impacts of our “throw-away society”. Marine pollution expert Captain Charles Moore describes the pacific garbage patch, an island of plastic twice the size of Texas currently floating in the Pacific Ocean; and Seattle-based artist Chris Jordan shares shocking images that portray the large-scale impacts of our 'throw away' society. The result is a beautifully shot film that speaks to audiences of all ages, inspiring action without being preachy, and providing solid ideas for reducing garbage at home.


      "We had watched a lot of environmental films that were really informative, but we always felt so overwhelmed and deflated at the end of them," explains Grant, "we wanted to make a movie that showed how choosing to do just one thing, like reducing your trash, can be not only manageable, but really empowering and fun."

      Admission is free but we would love donations to cover the venue costs

      Thank you!

      Networking from 6pm.

      Venue cafe open until 7pm for food and refreshments.

      Introduction and film screening starts at 7pm

       Please note google maps is a bit incorrect, the venue is on North Road but east of Queens Road.



      Categories: Film

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