The award winning documentary, A Plastic Ocean, is being shown at the Bournemouth School for Girls tomorrow night at 7:30pm.
This comes two days before the feature-length film will be publicly released.
The documentary hopes to bring to light the consequences of the ‘current global disposable lifestyle’.
A Plastic Ocean follows the story of an international team of researchers, adventurers and ocean ambassadors who go on a mission to find out the truth about what is really underneath the ocean.
Find out here about the effects of local water pollution.
The film will be followed by a Q&A with a diving supervisor, skipper, consultant, underwater cameraman and David Jones, a member of the film production team.
During its four year production period, A Plastic Ocean was filmed in 20 different locations around the world to document the international effects of plastic pollution.
Read more about the documentary and why it is important here.