Join the Moscow Food Co-op for open screenings every month in spring and fall, supplemented by advice and context from experts and educators.
September 19, 7:00 PM
“Albatross” tells a story of the damage caused by oceanic plastic pollution. Filmed in Midway, a remote island in the North Pacific, “Albatross” follows a family of the titular bird species as they struggle to adapt to the changing environment, now saturated by discarded plastic.
The film will be preceeded by a short presentation by Wieteke Holtuizjen, a former Environmental Science researcher at University of Idaho.
“Albatross” is rated PG-13 and may be unsuitable for small children, as it depicts the harsh realities of the damage plastic pollution is capable of causing to wildlife.
Admission is free.