Length 98 mins

On a beach beside the ancient Lebanese city of Sidon, actor Jeremy Irons stands beside a towering mountain of waste – the result of 30 years of consumption by just one small city in the world. As the day’s new consignments are tipped on top, debris tumbles off the side and into the blue of the Mediterranean. It’s a sight Irons is to see repeated around the world, as he travels to some of our most beautiful destinations to discover the extent and effects of our global waste problem.

“A vital documentary.” LA Times

Cannes Film Festival 2012 Official Selection
UK Green Film Festival Palme Verte
Tokyo International Film Festival 2012 Earth Grand Prix Special Jury Prize
Maui Film Festival 2012 Audience Award – Movies that matter
LA Movie Awards 2013 Award of Excellence, Best Editing
Documentary Edge Film Festival NZ 2013

Screening times
Thursday 19th September 8.00pm