Result: 8 films

The Clean Bin Project (2010)

Grant Baldwin / 76 min / from 12 years / 5.1/6
Described as An Inconvenient Truth meets Super Size Me, "The Clean Bin Project" features laugh out loud moments, stop motion animations, and unforgettable imagery. | on demand on our page, free for members

Microplastic Madness (2019)

Atsuko Quirk, Debby Lee Cohen / 75 min / from 8 years / 4.9/6
"Microplastic Madness" is the uplifting story of fifth graders from Brooklyn, New York, learning about microplastic pollution and taking matters into their own hands. |

The Plastic Problem (2020)

Lorna Baldwin / 55 min / from 12 years
By 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in the oceans. PBS NewsHour takes a closer look at this now ubiquitous material, how it’s impacting the world and ways we can break our plastic addiction. | as free streaming at our page

Salvage (2019)

Amy C. Elliott / 56 min / from 16 years
In Yellowknife, a city in Canada, a visit to the garbage dump is part of the weekly routine. The film shows us their world and their view of today's consumer society. |

The Story Of Plastic (2019)

Roman Keller, Deia Schlosberg / 95 min / from 10 years
From production, to sale, to recycling, the plastic cycle is complex and raises many issues of equity and sustainability. |

A Plastic Surgery: Coca-Cola’s Hidden Secrets (2018)

Sandrine Rigaud / 52 min / from 14 years
The film examines Coca Cola's marketing strategies and finds that their promises are as sweet as their products. | as free streaming at our page

Plastic China (2016)

Jiu-Liang Wang / 82 min / from 12 years
Following these families’ daily lives, "Plastic China" explores how this work of recycling plastic waste with their bare hands takes a toll not only on their health, but also their own dilemma of poverty, disease, pollution and death. All of this to eek out a daily living. But "Plastic China" also unveils the true face of China. |

Life in Plastic... (2008)

Bertram Verhaag / 26 min / from 16 years
"Life in Plastic..." examines the countless problems that plastic, which has long been regarded as a miracle material, brings with it, and shows which solutions could be used to minimize the negative effects on the environment. | on demand on our page