VCU Biology and Environmental Film Festival to co-host “The Story of Plastic” free screening, 2/13
The movie poster (left) and screening event information (right) for “The Story of Plastic.” Movie Poster text reads: Official selection Mill Valley Film Festival, 2019. We only know the end of the story… and that’s just the beginning. A Pale Blue Dot Media film. The Story of Plastic. The Story of Stuff Project presents in association with React Films, a Pale Blue Dot Media production “The Story of Plastic.” Music by Mike McCready. Edited by Tony Hale and Brian Wilson. Cinematography by Deia Schlosberg and Melissa Lesh. Animation Production Ruben DeLuna. Executive Producer Stiv Wilson and Dennis Coralie Paul. Produced by Stiv Wilson, Deia Schlosberg and Megan Ponder. Co-produced by Kyle Cadotte and Steven McDonald. Directed by Deia Schlosberg. www.storyofplastic.org. Screening information text reads: Free VCU Biology Screening Event. The Story of Plastic. “We only know the end of the story… and that’s just the beginning.” February 13, 2020. Doors open at 5:30 pm. Screening at 6:00 pm. The Grace Street Theater, Virginia Commonwealth University. Followed by panel discussion with VCU scientists, VCU Office of Sustainability, City of Richmond and film production team. Seating is limited. RSVP at bit.ly/2RQp3GW. VCU Biology, College of Humanities and Sciences. RVA Environmental Film Festival.
VCU Biology Department and RVA Environmental Film Festival is co-hosting the “The Story of Plastic” film screening at Grace Street Theater, 934 W. Grace Street on February 13 at 6 p.m, followed by a panel discussion.The Story of Plastic exposes and uncovers the ugly truth behind the current global plastic pollution crisis. Request your free ticket at
bit.ly/2RQp3GW. For more information, contact Ching-Yu Huang, Ph.D. at email@example.com or check other films at 2020 RVA Environmental Film Festival at https://rvaeff.org
Justin Ellis, Ph.D., Honor Faculty Scholar, Cormier Honors College, Longwood University
Our panelists (in alphabetic order) :
Sara Barton, Project Coordinator, Office of Sustainability, Virginia Commonwealth University
Kim Hynes, Executive Director of the Central Virginia Waste Management Authority (CVWMA)
Scott Neubauer, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Biology Department, Virginia Commonwealth University
Deia Schlosberg, Producer and Film Director of “The Story of Plastic”
Ching-Yu Huang is an instructor in the VCU Department of Biology and the primary point of contact for VCU Biology’s involvement in the Environmental Film Festival.
Scott Neubauer is an associate professor in the VCU Department of Biology and principal investigator in VCU Biology’s wetlands biogeochemistry laboratory. Categories
Ecological Processes and Applications, Events