BUEI Climate Cinema To Screen ‘SLAY’

October 27, 2022 | 0 Comments

The Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute’s [BUEI] second annual Climate Cinema series continues through the month of October, with free screenings of climate related documentaries, aimed at audiences aged 12 and above, every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

A spokesperson said, “Our final full-length film is Rebecca Cappelli’s ‘SLAY’ on Saturday, October 29th at 3pm. ‘SLAY’ follows Cappelli as she travels around the world to uncover the dark side of the fashion industry. Combining the polished styles of a Vogue magazine and the grit of Vice News, ‘SLAY’ provides an in depth and eye-opening look into the realities of today’s fashion industry while pointing towards viable and sustainable alternatives.

BUEI Climate Cinema SLAY Bermuda October 27, 2022

“Following the screening, BUEI will host a Q&A discussion with Cappelli, facilitated by Courtney Clay, founder of Courtney Clay Studio, a print and textiles-based company, and a member of the local group Bermuda is Love, a collective of young adults that seek to transform the hearts and minds of every Bermudian.

“Courtney has been featured as a local designer at the Bermuda Fashion Festival and her work has been featured on Da Baby in Wave magazine and in Joy Crookes’ Feet Don’t Fail Me Now music video.”

“In a finite world, sustainability should reside at the core of every action we take individually and as a society” said Karla Lacey, BUEI CEO. “As our family friendly Climate Cinema series comes to a close on Sunday, we encourage conversations on the topic to continue as they provide an opportunity for our youth to be heard.”

The spokesperson said, “The Climate Cinema series showcases short and feature length environmental films selected to complement the discussions fostered during the Summit and to prepare young people, their families, and peers for the topics the Summit covers. The films focus on action being undertaken by people of all ages in communities around the globe, in the areas of sustainability, climate justice and conservation.

“In addition to the weekly feature film, a selection of five to ten short films are being shown in hour-long blocks focusing on the following topics: Water is Life, Mother Nature, and Climate Generation. The full calendar of films can be found on www.YCSBda.com/calendar.”

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