Next flick coming for ‘Movies That Matter’

The free conscientious film series “Movies That Matter” will continue Thursday, Dec. 6 with a 7 p.m. screening of “Wasted” at the Bainbridge Island Library.

The movie exposes “the criminality of food waste, how it contributes to climate change and how each of us can make small changes — all of them delicious — to solve a problem of the 21st Century.”

Movies That Matter, presented by Sustainable Bainbridge, Climate Action Bainbridge, Citizens’ Climate Lobby and Friends of Island Power, will continue to screen a new film on the first Thursday of the month, followed by a conversation with local experts, through June 6, 2019.

Upcoming titles include: “Stink!” on Jan. 3; “The Venus Theory,” on Feb. 7; “Chasing Coral” on March 7; “Idle Threat” on April 4; “Racing Extinction” on May 2; and “From the Ashes” on June 6.

To learn more, email info@sustainablebainbridge.org.

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