This film, along with its more recent sequel, investigates fracking in the United States, its connection to plastics, and the negative repercussions on the individuals most closely affected. Available on Tubi, Vudu, Amazon, and iTunes.
This documentary follows a fifth-grade class in Red Hook, Brooklyn as they learn about the environmental impact of plastic and create change within their community. See Cafeteria Culture in the Organizations tab to learn more about the creators. Currently only available for public screenings.
These are the creators of Microplastic Madness (see films). They are based in Manhattan and focus on education elementary-age students about plastic pollution and citizen science. Find them on Handshake for FWT opportunities.