The rain came quickly and without warning. The umbrella was useless against the force of the downpour. The streets quickly flooded and cars sprayed the sidewalk with water. It took just minutes to be soaked from head to foot. I considered turning back to the hotel, but I was already half-way to the cinema and 300 people were waiting. My hosts at the Asian Development Bank were calling.
Our Global Chief Evangelist, Craig Leeson, recently sat down for a fireside chat with attendees of the Marketing Society’s Inspirational Evening – and event organized in Hong Kong on June 11.
The 22-minute version of A Plastic Ocean was viewed by the audience, which was followed by Craig on stage answering several key questions about the issue of plastic pollution, including how marketers can help tackle the problem. To view the interview, please watch the five-minute video below.
Plastic Oceans team completes mission to Santiago, Chile
What an amazing week we just had for our efforts at the Plastic Oceans Foundation – both north and south of the equator.
While our US Chairman, William Pfeiffer, was representing us in Davos, I was joined in Chile by Chief Evangelist, Craig Leeson, and our Director of Partnerships, Brigette Allen. Hosting and coordinating our journey was Mark Minneboo, Executive Director of Plastic Oceans Chile.
Documental seguido de un panel de discusión dirigido por Craig Leeson, Director de la película
“La película mas importante de nuestro tiempos.”
-Sir David Attenborough
camBIO IBERO y los directores de la Fundación Plastic Oceans te invitan
1 de Noviembre 2017 a las 11 am
(Favor de llegar 10 minutos antes)
Auditorio Crescencio Ballesteros
Programa: Documental seguido de un panel de discusión dirigido por Craig Leeson, Director de la película
Duración del evento: 2 horas
RSVP Por favor confirma tu asistencia vía email
Para información adicional o apoyo al evento favor de contactar a firstname.lastname@example.org
Screening of the award-winning documentary, A Plastic Ocean followed by a discussion panel conducted by director, Craig Leeson
“The most important movie of our time.”
-Sir David Attenborough
camBIO iBERO and the directors of Plastic Oceans Foundation invite you
1st November 2017 at 11 am
(Please arrive 10 minutes before)
Auditorium Crescencio Ballesteros
Duration: 2 hours
RSVP Please confirm your attendace via email
For more information or support for the event send an email to email@example.com
Business class: that holy grail of long-distance flying. For most people like myself it’s a section of the plane you walk through whilst navigating to the tiny piece of real estate at the back of the plane that will deliver hours of torture into the foreseeable future.
But not this day, June 2. As I handed my boarding card at the gate, the machine went red, the flight attendant paused and then delivered words that seemed to project with the voice of an angel, a full symphony choir, and the sudden glare of spotlights: “You’ve been upgraded, sir.” Hallelujah.
On 11th January 2017, Barbados launched the inaugural Barbados Independent Film Festival where the screening of A Plastic Ocean was featured. Many other films were screened during this unique festival throughout the following week.
By Sophia Latorre-Zangierski, Contributing Plastic Oceans Author
“What can I do?” – The question a lot of us ask when we learn about the plastic problem.
Sometimes it takes a small community far away to remind us of what we can realistically do to make a difference. After a screening of A Plastic Ocean, sponsored by Manan Trust and the Island Foundation, a local school in Singapore is making bold steps towards real change.
We are pleased to offer this brief interview with Craig Leeson, director of our award-winning documentary A Plastic Ocean. Craig is a fourth generation media professional, having worked in print, radio, television and film. He has produced award-winning results for such media outlets as CNN, National Geographic Channel and the BBC. He plays in a rock and roll band, surfs the waves of the world and is self-professed addict of macadamia nuts.