Jeremy Irons Supports ‘Save the Arctic’ Greenpeace Campaign

Visit Save the Arctic’s website for more information.

Jeremy Irons is one of sixty high profile celebrities who have joined Greenpeace’s campaign to Save the Arctic.

Right now, their photos are on display on the London Underground.

Click here to see the other celebrity photos.

The photos – shot by world renowned celebrity photographer Andy Gotts MBE – see them wearing original t-shirts designed fashion icon Vivienne Westwood.

Jeremy Irons models the Save The Arctic t-shirt designed by fashion icon and activist Dame Vivienne Westwood during a photoshoot with celebrity photographer Andy Gotts MBE.

Jeremy Irons models the Save The Arctic t-shirt designed by fashion icon and activist Dame Vivienne Westwood during a photoshoot with celebrity photographer Andy Gotts MBE.

Jeremy Irons at University College Cork for ‘Trashed’ Screening and Q&A

Jeremy Irons was at University College Cork on Monday 23 February, to present his film Trashed and to participate in a discussion and Q&A after the film. Jeremy was also presented with a sapling of a Darwin tree, as a token from UCC students. Time: 2.15pm – 4.30pm Venue: Boole 1, Lecture Theatre, Main campus, University College Cork

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Jeremy Irons on RTE Today

Jeremy Irons was a guest on Cork’s Today programme on RTE, on Monday 23 February 2015, to talk to Dáithí Ó Sé and Maura Derrane about the environmental documentary Trashed.

View a Facebook album of screenshots from the interview

You can watch the interview on the RTE Player until 16 March or view it below:

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Photo via rte.ie

Photo via rte.ie

Jeremy Irons on RTE Radio One Today with Sean O’Rourke

Jeremy Irons was a guest on RTE Radio One’s Today with Sean O’Rourke on Monday 23 February 2015. He spoke about his environmental documentary Trashed.

Click on the player below to listen to the complete audio from Jeremy’s segment:

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Jeremy Irons on RTE Radio One’s Today with Sean O’Rourke

Jeremy Irons at the 2014 Blue Ocean Film Festival

Jeremy Irons attended the 2014 Blue Ocean Film Festival in St. Petersburg, Florida, to screen his film Trashed, as the festival’s closing night special presentation.

The screening of Trashed took place on Sunday, November 9, 2014 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Mahaffey Theater (400 1st St. South, St. Petersburg, FL 33701)

The Blue Ocean Film Festival and Conservation Summit took place from November 3 – 9, 2014, in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Jeremy was presented with the Making Waves award, at the festival.

He also attended a Blue Tie party at The Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, on Saturday 8 November.

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Read more about the festival at tampabay.com

Jeremy Irons Interview for CNN-IBN

While in Dubai for the Chivas Legends Dinner, Jeremy Irons was interviewed by CNN-IBN’s Sushant Mehta –

Click the link or photo below to watch the video:

Jeremy Irons talks about his journey as actor and a philanthropist Sushant Mehta, CNN-IBN | Dec 15, 2013

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Jeremy Irons in Jakarta to Promote ‘Trashed’

Jeremy Irons was in Jakarta, Indonesia on 11 November 2013 to promote his documentary Trashed, as part of the Erasmus Huis Film Festival.

He then went on to Bali to visit a posyandu (integrated health services post) under the care of the Kartika Soekarno Foundation (KSF).

Read the full story from the Jakarta Post – Jeremy Irons: From Trash to Treasure

Hot topic: Jeremy Irons’ celebrity status could also draw attention to an issue even closer to his heart: the welfare of Indonesian children. Courtesy of Rio Helmi

Hot topic: Jeremy Irons’ celebrity status could also draw attention to an issue even closer to his heart: the welfare of Indonesian children. Courtesy of Rio Helmi

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