Rubber Jellyfish-FREE Community Screening


We would love to invite you to the Broome screening of the marine debris documentary, Rubber Jellyfish. Rubber Jellyfish explores the impact helium balloons are having on global endangered marine wildlife populations - especially sea birds and sea turtles. It also reveals balloon industry greenwashing surrounding the common myth that latex balloons are 100% biodegradable, environmentally friendly, and not harmful to wildlife. The film was created on the Gold Coast with footage collected also in Byron Bay, Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast, and a few little bits in Sydney, Canberra, and Maui. Since our Gold Coast premiere last September, the film has received a lot of interest. It has been screened 27 times all around the world and is making huge waves of change. It has inspired governments to change littering policies, inspired businesses to stop using balloons in their marketing, and has stopped tens of thousands of balloons from being intentionally released. We have also been featured on Sunrise, Today Tonight, ABC Radio National, and many other news outlets in Australia and the United States. View a trailer and learn more about the film at rubberjellyfishmovie.com This is a public event and public invitation so please add friends to this invite who you think may be interested! The ocean needs us, let’s make this screening happen! Donations welcome☺☺

Thursday, 11 Apr 19

Notre Dame Broome Campus

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