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Trashed at SF Green Film Fest-BAWIFM co-presents!

  • 02 Jun 2013
  • 5:30 PM
  • New People Cinema

by Candida Brady, UK, 2012, 98 mins

Follow Jeremy Irons on an emotional journey that looks closely at the consequences of our ever-growing piles of trash. From vast landscapes in China to a small boat in the North Pacific, Irons guides us through beautiful landscapes that are being ruined by our wasteful habits. An urgent score by Academy Award winning composer Vangelis compels us all to act. At the same time as exposing the consequences of our over-consumption, writer/director Candida Brady has gone in search of solutions. This film conveys both the horror of our current situation and the hope that things can change. Trashed profiles San Francisco’s rush to zero waste and has received international recognition, with a special screening at the 2012 Cannes Festival. Be among the first in the Bay Area to see it. ~ Gemma Bradshaw

With short film Salvaged Form: Michelle Reader, Artist.

Sponsored by Recology. Co-Presented with SF IndieFest/SF DocFest.and Bay Area Women in Film & Media.


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