Nuestra Playa de Plástico

Reina Unido | 2020 | 4MIN

Nuestra Playa de Plástico (Our Plastic Beach) es un cortometraje narrativo que sigue a una niña y a su abuela abordando juntas los desechos plásticos en la playa local. Después de un giro desafortunado, se encuentra un nuevo nivel de relación entre madre e hija. El director Chris Thomas es un cineasta galardonado de Londres, conocido principalmente por sus historias emotivas centradas en los personajes y, a menudo, por sus historias temáticas de subculturas dentro del medio del cortometraje.

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“A major contribution to … indigenous cinematic storytelling.”

– Ed Rampell, People’s World

Eating Up Easter

Chile/USA | 2018 | 76 mins

Native Rapanui (Easter Island) filmmaker Sergio Mata’u Rapu narrates to his son the modern dilemma of their people who risk losing everything to the globalizing effects of tourism.

The film follows four islanders, descendants of the ancient Moia statue builders of Easter Island, who are working to tackle the consequences of their rapidly developing home. Mama Piru leads recycling efforts to reduce trash, Mahani and Enrique use music to reunite their divided community, and Sergio tries to understand the motivations of his father who embraces the advantages of building new businesses. These stories intertwine to reveal the complexities of development and the contradictions within us all as we are faced with hard choices about our planet’s future.

Topics Addressed

  • Plastic Pollution
  • Sustainability
  • Waste Management
  • Environmental  Impact of Tourism
  • Loss of Cultural Identity
  • Globalization
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Plastic Oceans International is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization, founded and existing under the laws of California (Federal Tax ID #81-3778043). We are dedicated to ending plastic pollution and fostering sustainable communities worldwide.

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