A Plastic Ocean

Documentary Screening

A Plastic Ocean

Produced by A Plastic Ocean Foundation, the documentary reveals the devastating impact of plastic waste on the marine environment, and its threat to human health. The film has been screened in over 60 countries, and received numerous awards in film festivals.

Date: 2, 3, 9 & 10 November 2019

Approximately 20 minutes

In English with Chinese subtitles

For all ages

Programme & duration subject to change.

APOF Trailer

2-minute Trailer of A Plastic Ocean Foundation Documentary


A Plastic Ocean Foundation

A Plastic Ocean Foundation is a charitable organisation registered in Hong Kong, dedicated to creating a wave of change to stop plastic pollution and to be part of the solution through science, education and policy advocacy. The Foundation is formed by a group of dedicated scientists, educators, social entrepreneurs, scholars and journalists who are concerned about the fragile state of the ocean and are working together with other NGOs and the community to change attitudes towards plastic in one generation.


FLOW Activities

Odysseus: The Voyage Home
Interactive Theatre
Flow Like Water
Dragon King (Myth/History)
The Tube (Rural)
Plastic Nature (Urban)
Pinky the Dolphin
The Adventures of Bluey
Treasure Hunt
Eden Project Workshop
Shalowan Guided Tour
Health & Well-being in the Arts
The Third Pole
Creative Conversation
Flow – Water, Mud and Haze
Cheung Po Tsai Chek Lap Kok Sea Battle
Board Game
Boat Craft
A Plastic Ocean