Friday, January 11, 2013

Aqua Seafoam Shame - Feature Film

Aqua Seafoam Shame is a documentary which explores the horrific diagnosis that 25% of our planet's surface is now garbage landfill, due to the pacific garbage patch and plastics. According to a 2012 New York Times article, in 20 years our world may no longer have any coral reefs - which means our oceans will revert back to the primordial sludge it was before creatures walked on land. What, if anything, can be done to backpedal the Earth from this cataclysmic trajectory?

AQUA SEAFOAM SHAME ~ Director's Cut
Directed by: iPhone Filmmaker Veronica Grey
The filmmakers could have gone the route of releasing the documentary only through "prestigious film festivals" but this elitist route would have been exactly that. Instead it is decided the message is too important to cater only to red carpet champagne premiers, that as a gift to our Mother Earth, it is hereby released ONLINE in its entirety for FREE to the masses.

Co-directors Kim Chiasson and Veronica Grey have never met in person or even felt the need to speak on the phone - collaborating their labor of love exclusively via email. Kim wears two hats as the editor as well. Along with executive producer Joshua JD Lemmens of Hope Studios.

We humbly present "Aqua Seafoam Shame"


YES that is a Nirvana lyric.


7 comments:

  1. We are happy to watch "Aqua Seafoam Shame" on YouTube. Thank you so much for putting it on there!

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  2. A must-see film! the world needs to know whats going on!

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  3. Scary stats:
    90% of the big fish in the sea and 20% of our coral reefs have gone extinct

    12% of our land is protected but less than 1% of our oceans are

    70% of rivers between Texas and New Jersey are too polluted for fish

    20 Billion pounds of plastic end up in the seas each year

    46,000 pieces of plastic are in every square mile of ocean

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  4. Great job all of you. I am starting to hear more about this issue and it is about time.

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  5. 125 million tons on the ground of oceans :(
    http://live-counter.com/how-much-plastic-in-ocean/

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