Film Screening + Discussion: San Agustin - Ebbe im Plastikmeer
Location: Einstein 28, Bildungszentrum der MVHS, Einsteinstr. 28, 81675 München
Director: Gudrun Gruber/Alexander Hick/Michael Schmitt, Spain/Germany 2012, 71 minutes
In the middle of the largest area of vegetable cultivation in the world, the "Mar del Plastico," lies the Andalusian village of San Agustin, where a virus threatens the harvest and the authorities are busy pursuing illegal agricultural workers. Farmer José Maria would prefer to live a more human life amongst his plants, and the Crespo family tries, with vegetables, goats, and a huge compost heap, to make ends meet. San Agustin casts an unusual look at Europe’s vegetable garden, a place in conflict with itself.
A discussion with Andreas Jünger (Rachel Carson Center) will follow the screening.
The film will be shown in Spanish with German subtitles.
Free and open to the public.
Please note that due to physical distancing and hygiene measures, the number of seats is limited. This film screening can also be booked as an online event (via livestream).
Reservation required: Please call 089 / 48 00 66-239 or register online.
About Green Visions Film Series
The Green Visions film series presents environmental documentaries from around the world, including discussions with directors, environmental experts, or film critics. The series is a cooperation between the Rachel Carson Center, the Deutsches Museum, and the Münchner Volkshochschule.
The Green Visions flyer can be found here.