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St. Augustine Film Screening of A Plastic Ocean

  • February 17, 2017
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Corazon Cinema & Cafe -- 36 Granada Street, St. Augustine, FL 32084

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Join the USGBC NE Florida Region for a special screening of the just released A Plastic Ocean in St. Augustine at Corazon Cinema & Cafe. 

The movie starts at 7 PM, and a local expert panel discussion will follow with:

  • Brendan Burke, Marine Archeologist, St. Augustine Lighthouse
  • Capt. Adam Morley, Founder of ANJ Recycling Service and Captain of the Litter Gitter
Register or walk-up.


A Plastic Ocean Trailer

A Plastic Ocean is a documentary that unites scientists and a free diver in an investigation of the effects of plastics on the marine environment. Plastics enter the world’s oceans, break into small pieces, and enter the food chain. These plastics and the toxins they attract are eventually consumed by humans. 

Tickets are $10 (50% to Corazon & 50% to license more green films). Registration is available at greenenergyworks.org. Walk-ins are welcome too.

Thank you to the Green Carpet Film Series Community Sponsor!


Please Share: Let's fill Corazon's theater and have lots of people learn and discuss oceans and waste!  Please like and share our Facebook event with your friends and email the event flyer to your wide network.  Thank you in advance!

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