Below you’ll find our inspiring videos from participants and some documentaries we recommend to inspire people to be part of the Plastic Free July movement and reduce their plastic waste. Feel free to share them with friends, family members, and colleagues to help spread the message.
Explores the tragedy that is occuring on Midway Island in the Pacific where birds’ bodies are filled with ocean plastic and how this reflects our damaged relationship with the living world. | 97 minutes
A Plastic Ocean
A depiction of journalist Craig Leeson’s journey exploring the alarming impact of plastic on our oceans, whilst also searching for effective solutions to this global issue. | 102 minutes
Bag It Movie
An exploration of plastic and plastic waste told from the perspective of a single person as they delve into how our lives being ‘too plastic’ is impacting on society. | 78 minutes
Blue The Film
A provocative journey into the ocean realm, looking at how industrial scale fishing, habitat destruction, species loss and pollution have placed the ocean in peril. | 76 minutes
An exploration of the impact of plastics on our oceans from the perspective of a young boy, who is working to empower school kids around the world to create a more sustainable future. | 22 minutes
A feature-length documentary exploring the effects of balloons on the environment, wildlife and human beings, why this problem is being ignored and if something can be done. | 79 minutes
A short film that inspires action by showing how individuals, groups and businesses worldwide are reducing plastic straw use through awareness, policy and non-plastic alternatives. | 33 minutes
A story of hope that looks at the very real possibility that humanity could reverse global warming and other environmental issues including plastic waste, and improve the lives of every living thing in the process. | 92 minutes
Making a difference is as simple as swapping out your usual disposable coffee cup with an eco-friendly version, bringing your own reuseable bags to get groceries, or even switching to soap instead of using bottled wash products.