4th Annual Plastic-Free-BQ at Indie Street Film Fest
On Thursday, July 25th, join us at Indie Street Film Festival for a screening of the environmental documentary "Artifishal," followed by a PLASTIC-FREE-BQ at Bow Tie Cinemas-Red Bank. Film begins at 5:30 pm and our plastic free sidewalk cookout begins at 7 pm.
As a part of Plastic Free July, Indie Street Film Festival and Clean Water Action's ReThink Disposable program are proud to bring this inspirational film + food event to Red Bank. We are also excited to launch our new filtered water station to reduce single-use disposable plastic water bottles and protect our oceans and waterways - come check it out!
Clean Water Action members will receive 50% off tickets by using code RETHINK50 - purchase tickets here.
Tickets include film screening, Q&A, complimentary food and fresh water from our new refill station outside of the theater after the film.
Artifishal is a film about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. It explores wild salmon’s slide toward extinction, threats posed by fish hatcheries and fish farms, and our continued loss of faith in nature.
Indie Street Film Festival
Indie Street Film Festival is 5 days of film, art, discussion, and inspiration. The interactive festival is an engine of discovery for films and filmmakers who prove story is independent of budget. ISFF aims to pave the way for storytellers of the future, finding innovative ways to leverage cooperation, technology, and new media in order to foster creators to unite and grow their audiences. Taking place at multiple venues in Red Bank, New Jersey, the festival attracts attendees from around the world, but maintains the grit and hard work that New Jerseyans and Independent filmmakers have shared for decades.
Clean Water Action's ReThink Disposable program prevents waste before it starts by partnering with businesses and communities to minimize single use disposable packaging in food service to conserve resources, prevent waste and ocean pollution. Be sure to stop by our table to learn more about all of our work to reduce plastic pollution and protect our oceans and marine life!