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WMEAC film series to present Trashed at Celebration Cinema

WMEAC's first film in the 2013-14 series will show at Celebration Cinema North.
Underwriting support from:
2010 showing at Wealthy Theatre

2010 showing at Wealthy Theatre /Courtesy of WMEAC

2010 discussion panel at Wealthy Theatre

2010 discussion panel at Wealthy Theatre /Courtesy of WMEAC

On Wednesday, December 4 at 6:30 p.m. Celebration Cinema will show Trashed, a film by Jermey Irons. The movie is presented by the West Michigan Environmental Action Council and sponsored by Clothing Matters. The event is open to the public with a suggested donation of $5 at the door.

The film series is in its fourth year running and Trashed is the first of four films that will show this season. The following three will be presented at the UICA; dates are yet to be determined.

Trashed is an award winning 2012 documentary that follows Irons as he investigates the world's contemporary waste management methods and exposes the negative effects of such practices. The movie is intended to bring awareness about the current situation and encourage alternative waste systems for the sustainability and ecological health of the earth.

Where: Celebration Cinema North at 2121 Celebration Dr. NE

When: December 4 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Who: Open to the public


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