Three Animated Short Films Ocean Plastics
These stop motion shorts by animator and filmmaker Alice Dunseath were made with plastic debris found on the shores of Britain and Hawaii
As part of the documentary Plastic Shores, a feature-length film about the effects of marine plastic debris, Alice Dunseath created three stop motion shorts featuring actual marine debris.
The films provide bite-sized education about ocean plastic in a visual, beautifully animated way.
‘Floating Garbage Patch’ explains why there are garbage patches in the oceans:
‘The Grand Tour’ describes how plastic litter can travel around the world:
‘Micro-plastics’ explains what micro-plastics are, and why these tiny debris can make a huge negative impact on the health of marine creatures and humans alike:
To purchase the full-length documentary, visit http://www.plasticshoresmovie.com.