On Monday (26th March), we showed our film in Kew Village for an event hosted by Greener Upon Thames. The venue, Oliver’s Wholefood Store next to the station, was slightly smaller than our first showing at the UN in Brussels. Around 60 people squeezed into the shop where director Ed Scott-Clarke accompanied Plastic Shores interviewee Roz Savage, as well as Greener Upon Thames director Mike Glazebrook, for a question and answer session after the showing. One of our aims with Plastic Shores is taking the film around smaller venues such as this. Local showings are just as important than larger scale ones and have the potential to have a more direct impact on consumer behaviour. We are now taking a couple of weeks to perfect Plastic Shores before our main launch towards the end of April. More details will follow.