Friday night at Marders in Bridgehampton, Project Greenhouse hosted an outdoor drive-in-like screening of Warner Independent Pictures’ The 11th Hour, narrated and produced by environmental activist Leonardo DiCaprio.
Locals and summertime Hamptonites were at the screening excited to get the sneak peak of the movie, munching on their Dale and Thomas Popcorn and sipping on eco-friendly Vodka 360 and Cuca Fresca Rum. I was joined by other enviro-mindeds including eco-jewelry designer Monique PÃ©an.
The film really covered how we, mankind, are slowly polluting the world to death. Experts such as scientist Stephen Hawking, former CIA agent James Woolsey, and Mikhail Gorbachev are interviewed throughout. They caution us to save our planet, unless of course, we want to wind up like Mars. This serious documentary is a must see for literally everyone who wants to start making a difference now.
The 11th Hour is releasing on August 17th in New York & Los Angeles. On August 24th it will arrive in other big cities such as San Fran, Philly, Chicago, Boston, and Seattle. Each week it will arrive to more and more cities. Find out when it will arrive to your area.
This post was contributed by Ecorazzi photographer Melissa Rosenberg.
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Other Ecorazzi 11th Hour Reviews (Writer):
91 Minutes & Counting (Mollie)
Humanity’s 11th Hour: Not Our Finest (Tom)
Kinda Like the Titanic, but Everyone’s On Board (Summer)
Does DiCaprio’s 11th Hour Deliver? (Margaret)