Sunday Movie : The Recycling Myth
Sunday 2 April, 16:30
Decolonisation, gender and sustainability: a film cycle that addresses three important and current societal issues. Auditorium. Sunday 2 April 2022, from 16:30 to 17:30.
MEG's Sunday films continue for a season around three essential and current notions: decolonisation, gender and sustainability.
Documentary, fiction and animation films addressing these themes are screened free of charge in the Museum's auditorium several Sundays a month.
As part of April's Think and Do event, The Recycling Myth by Tom Costello and Benedict Wermter is screened in the Museum's auditorium.
What actually happens to our plastic waste once we put it in the recycling bin?
As the plastic pollution crisis has become an international scandal, the world's biggest consumer goods brands have said they have a solution: recycling. But our plastic packaging is still more likely to end up burnt or thrown away than recycled.
Film in French.
In collaboration with and as part of the Geneva Green Film Festival.
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