Have you ever noticed that characters in your favorite movies and TV shows tend to use a lot of single-use plastics? Whether it’s a busy professional grabbing a cup of coffee on the go or an athlete drinking out of a plastic water bottle, modern media definitely normalizes the … [Read more...] about This campaign wants to remove single-use plastics from the big screen
Recently, we shared a story about a successful floating cinema in Paris on the Seine. Now, cities across the US are adopting their own aquatic versions of the classic drive-in theater. With the help of Australian entertainment and event company, Beyond Cinema will be in 16 … [Read more...] about Floating movie theaters: coming to a city near you
As lockdown has forced many cinemas to close their doors due to social distancing measures, many cinephiles have turned to drive-ins to watch their favorite flicks. And while drive-ins may make an exciting cinema experience, a floating movie theater in Paris takes outdoor … [Read more...] about Floating cinema in Paris screened movie for socially distant boats
Kirk Boyd is a guest blogger for The Intelligent Optimist and secretary of the International Bill of Rights project. When I started blogging here a few weeks ago I suggested that I would be talking about how to build a bridge from war and want to peace and prosperity. I guess … [Read more...] about Can the movies show us a way to international equality?