A Plastic Ocean, Green Drinks 76th film screening in Shanghai, is an epic global adventure following a documentary filmmaker and a world record free-diver as they travel the earth discovering the shocking impact plastic is having on our oceans and the marine animals that live there.
They investigate how our addiction to plastic is impacting the food chain and how that is effecting every one of us through new and developing human health problems. The expedition leads the two adventurers to unusual scientific discoveries, heart-breaking truths and important solutions to one of the biggest problems confronting mankind.
Film screening will be followed by a short discussion.
- Film does NOT come with Mandarin subtitles.
- Entrance fee of ¥50 for all registered guests, that includes snacks, juice and beer. ¥100 at-the-door for non-registered guests.
- ¥20 for students and interns (limited seats), with PRIOR REGISTRATION and student card.
- We have seating space only for 80 people although we have plenty of standing space. Please come in early to secure a seat.
Guest Moderator - Tingting Fang
Tingting is the co-founder of Heyshop, a one-stop e-commerce solution and initiator of Network 404, a community that regularly hosts workshops and events to advance collaborations between retail brands.
Tingting graduated from College of William and Mary with degree in theatre and economics. From Amsterdam to Shanghai, Tingting has been working in the story-telling field for several multinational companies, including Out Of Office, Fred and Farid, and Three on the Bund.
Being a synchronized swimmer, a rescue diver and a surfer, Tingting cares deeply about the blue oceans. Ever since she started diving, removing debris from oceans and sea shores has been one of her favorite activities, in addition to spending time observing the marine life.
About Little Blue
Little BLUE is an ocean-oriented project that was initiated by Tingting initiated to raise awareness and interests in ocean among the urban inhabitants, especially the young generation.
Ocean water covers 70% of the land of our planet. However, very few people are conscious about preserving the eco-system in ocean when visiting the blue waters for different kinds of occasions and activities.