REUSE! Documentary Screening Tickets: Fairhope, AL February 13, 2020
REUSE! Documentary Screening Tickets: Fairhope, AL February 13, 2020
REUSE! Documentary Screening Tickets: Fairhope, AL February 13, 2020
REUSE! Documentary Screening Tickets: Fairhope, AL February 13, 2020

REUSE! Documentary Screening Tickets: Fairhope, AL February 13, 2020

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Screening of the documentary, REUSE! Because You Can't Recycle The Planet. at Warehouse Bakery & Donuts. The documentary was filmed at locations in all 48 contiguous states, including the Phoenix Fire Museum in Mobile! In addition, the director of the film, Alex Eaves, is visiting from Massachusetts and will be leading a talk and hosting a pop up shop for his reuse apparel brand, STAY VOCAL.

  • 6:30-7pm: Reuse & Schmooze. Come early to meet Alex and see his STAY VOCAL pop up shop, including the release of the Fairhope Juice Company collaboration tees. FJC will also be sampling their juice.
  • 7pm Intro
  • 7:15pm Film (Running Time: 1 hour)
  • 8:15pm Q&A Session with Alex
  • Optional plant-based meal available for purchase from Warehouse Bakery & Donuts
  • The name you provide will be the name for admission. You will be asked to provide both your name and order number.
  • If you are buying multiple tickets, the additional tickets will be listed as your guests. 

Warehouse Bakery & Donuts
759 Nichols Ave
Fairhope, AL 36532
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About The FIlm:
Official Trailer 


About Alex Eaves:

Alex is a reuse expert who embodies the reuse lifestyle. Since 2008, he has been leading a "reuse life;” avoiding disposables and finding reuse solutions for his needs and wants. In 2008, Eaves also converted his apparel brand, STAY VOCAL, into a reuse apparel brand and won a "best small business idea" award. The following year Eaves began giving talks and leading workshops around the U.S.

In 2015, Eaves released the documentary, REUSE. Because You Can't Recycle The Planet. Since the release, Eaves has traveled the U.S. extensively for screenings and talks. The film has been viewed in over 25 countries and has been nominated for multiple film festivals. In 2017, he and tiny house expert Derek "Deek" Diedricksen collaborated to build the REUSE! Box Truck tiny house, where Eaves has lived and traveled in since.