Rubber Jellyfish is available worldwide as a rental or download on Vimeo On Demand and within the UK and the USA on Prime Video (which is free for all US and UK residents with an Amazon Prime membership). We have also created a reduced length version of the film which is freely available on YouTube. We created this reduced length free version to help the film’s message spread as far as possible. Proceeds from the full length version of the film and our public screenings will support our next conservation documentary which is currently underway.
Rubber Jellyfish has screened by activists, organisations, community groups, festivals, and universities in over 60 locations all around the world. Screenings have been hosted by Sea Shepherd, Balloons Blow, Algalita, NOAA, Southern Cross University, Sunshine Coast Council, and dozens more. Activists are using the film as a conservation tool to push better legislation across the line and create a social change that is saving the lives of vulnerable endangered animals. We are so thrilled.
If you are interested in attending or hosting a screening of Rubber Jellyfish, please click here. Currently, some organisations are hosting remote public screenings due to Covid-19. Contact us for more information about remote screenings.
Rubber Jellyfish is currently available on Clickview within Australia, New Zealand, and the UK. The full length version of the film can also be screened with an educational screening license through Conservation Heart Films. A reduced length version is available for free on YouTube. Please contact us if you would like more information about screening licenses and visit our teacher page.
If you are interested in purchasing a screening license to hold a community screening of Rubber Jellyfish, please contact us.