75 minutes of films about our oceans presented by film-maker Robin Kewell with Q & A
Showing Wednesday March 10th 7:30pm  FREE ADMISSION

'Plastic Ocean'

A short and sharp message in this award winning animation. Fantastical fish and marine life artistically created using plastic waste collected from the streets of Bangkok, Thailand.
By 2050, scientists predict there will be more plastic in our oceans than fish. Winner of the Anim-Eco film contest 2019. (1 min)


An award winning animation about a transoceanic conversation/ love story between two characters via objects in a bottle. (5mins)

'Coastal Seas'

Coastal seas count for 7% of our ocean, yet they are responsible for 95% of the world's marine production - these are our planet's fishing grounds. Despite their importance to humanity, few are protected. Yet wherever effective protection exists, life bounces back in huge abundance. From fearsome sharks to lowly urchins, 90 percent of marine creatures live in coastal waters. Protecting these habitats is a battle humanity must win. (45mins)

'Niugini-Islands of Eden'

Made as part of a series for Discovery Channel (OCEAN OASES) and filmed in the pristine waters of Papua New Guinea and shows the incredible diversity and wealth of marine life that flourishes when distanced from human contact. Filmed and edited by Robin Kewel with Q & A. (24mins)

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