UK Green Film Festival – Trashed

1st Jun 2013 - 7:30pm

The Arts Centre

UK Green Film Festival. Short Cuts Cinema screens Trashed. Jeremy
Irons sets out to discover the effects of global waste. FREE screening
in the Studio Theatre.

Now in its third year, the UK’s annual
environmental film festival will screen some of the very best films from
around the world, exploring the big environmental issues, films that
inform, entertain, challenge, and inspire.

FREE SCREENING

Trashed (Dir Candida Brady) (USA)

Jeremy
Irons sets out to discover the extent and effects ofthe global waste
problem, as he travels around the world to beautiful destinations
tainted by pollution. This is a meticulous and brave investigate
journey, that takes Jeremy Irons and us from scepticism to sorrow, and from horror
to hope.

  • Tickets: Free Admission, please book your ticket online or by calling the Box Office on 01695 584480.
  • 1 hour 38 minutes

To see the trailer  and find out more information visit the Trashed website

Learn more about the UK Green Film Festival

We are also screening two other films:

Monday 3rd June: Peak – The changing environment of The Alps

Thursday 6th June: More Than Honey – State-of-the-art film-making illuminates the world’s bee crisis

 For details of what’s on this season at the Studio Theatre, view the programme of Short Cuts screenings.

Alternatively, for what’s on this season, visit The Arts Centre website.

Interested
in studying for a degree? Edge Hill University provides degree
programmes in subjects including Film, Media,  Performing Arts, English,
Creative Writing and History. To find out more, please contact the
Course Information, Advice and Guidance Team on 01695 657000, or by
email study@edgehill.ac.uk