Scientology Network’s DOCUMENTARY SHOWCASE, the weekly series providing a platform for Independent filmmakers to air films on important social, cultural and environmental issues, presents the award-winning documentary The Clean Bin Project.
DOCUMENTARY SHOWCASE airs Fridays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Scientology Network.
The Clean Bin Project chronicles a yearlong competition between partners and filmmakers Jen Rustemeyer and Grant Baldwin to determine which one of them can get closest to “zero waste” living. Sprung from an idea to simply stop creating garbage, the film presents a sobering look at our throwaway society.
Rustemeyer and Baldwin present the serious topic of waste reduction with optimism, humor and inspiration for individual action. Featuring interviews with renowned artist and TED lecturer Chris Jordan and marine pollution expert Captain Charles Moore, the lighthearted but impactful examination into Western consumerism poses the questions: “Is it possible to live completely waste free?” and “What are the ultimate consequences to the ecosystem and ourselves if we simply continue consuming at our present rate?”
The Clean Bin Project is the winner of numerous awards, including the Audience Choice Award at the Reel Earth Film Festival and Grand Prize Best of Show at the Filmshift Festival.
Jen Rustemeyer is based in Vancouver, Canada. Since The Clean Bin Project, she wrote and produced the documentaries This Mountain Life and Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story. Jen works primarily with her partner and The Clean Bin Project director, Grant Baldwin, under the banner of Peg Leg Films. Grant is a musician by training and by trade. The Clean Bin Project is his first feature film behind the camera.
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