The show must go online: Recycling drama headed to Vimeo on Demand

via Plastics News

For plastics recycling veteran Michael Domino, the show must go online.

Domino, founder and chief operating officer of Domino Plastics Co. Inc. in Port Jefferson, N.Y., was gearing up to show his recycling-centered movie Mott Haven: Cash for Keys at film festivals in Florida and New York when the COVID-19 crisis hit. The independent film already had won the People’s Choice Award at the Chandler International Film Festival in Chandler, Ariz., earlier this year.

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“I have been in the plastics recycling business for 30 years. The film we made, starring Robert Davi & Paul Wilson with Chuck Zito, Deborah Green and Brandi Porter, will help raise awareness to what many consider to be the #1 threat to the environment of our planet. “Mott Haven” is not a documentary but an entertaining and intense drama set in The South Bronx where the story’s protagonist is struggling to keep his life and his plastics recycling business afloat. His business, Bronx Recycling Company of Mott Haven is collecting much of the scrap plastic in New York City which otherwise might end up as pollution. We are all proud that we have created a film that is not only meaningful and exciting but also addresses a pressing environmental problem which affects all people, all over the world.” — Michael Domino, COO, Domino Plastics Company Inc.

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