Online Showings of Bag It to Begin November 20th

Recently, Constellation TV, The Fledgling Fund, and Docudrama announced that there will be four special screenings of Bag It. The screenings will start on November 20th and continue for four weeks. Constellation, a online movie site, will be hosting a special Sunday series of screenings. You can check it out if you want at www.constellation.tv/bagit.

Founders of the Plastic Pollution Coalition Ed Begley Jr and Dianna Cohen will be hosting a live Q&A all about Bag It on November 20th at 8:30 EST. Tickets and proceeds will support the Plastic Pollution Coalition.

Later, on November 27th at 8:30 PM EST, Jack Johnson and his wife Kim Johnson will host another live Q&A. Jack and Kim founded the Kokua Hawaii Foundation to support environmental education in Hawaii. Ticket sales will support the Kokua Hawaii Foundation.

On December 4th at 8 PM EST, Jim Moriarty, CEO and founder of the Surfrider Foundation, will also be hosting a Q&A.

On December 11th at 8:30 PM EST, Rebecca Sutton of the Environmental Working Group will also host a live Q&A. Ticket proceeds will support the Environmental working group (beginning to see a pattern).

On December 18th, Anna Cummins and Marcus Erickson of 5 Gyres will host yet another Q&A. 5 Gyres is dedicated to stopping the flow of plastic into our oceans, and as you may have guessed, ticket proceeds will support them.

If you were wondering, Constellation is an online movie theater where audiences purchase tickets and watch scheduled films. The hosts appear live to answer questions from the audience during and after the film. If you’re interested in learning more about any of the organizations, or if you already know about them and simply want to support them while watching Bag It, check it out.

 

 

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Bag It is a documentary film following the world wide use of plastic bags, plastic's impact on the environment and human health.
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