‘Lego Movie’ Empowers Fish Wish For Producer’s Son

Dan Lin produced The Lego Movie with Roy Lee for Warner Bros, but he will cede the stage this Sunday to his 9-year-old son Miles. The kid persuaded his father to allow him to organize a charity screening, with tickets at $50 a pop, to get an early peek at the family film. Miles is raising funds for the foundation he started, I Dream Of Fish (check out the website here), devoted to building aquaponic fish farms in India and Africa. The screening is at the Vista Theater in Los Feliz, and I was charmed enough to give the kid a chance to pitch his cause because, after all, what 9-year-old do you know who thinks this way?

“My name is Miles Lin and I am 9 years old. I fell in love with fish when I was only 3 years old. It is my passion — all I live for. But my parents taught me that my passions are not only meant for myself, but also for the rest of the world. I tried to think about how I could use fish to help the world and started researching fish farms. But sadly, I found out fish farms weren’t very sustainable. Then I learned about aquaponics and sustainable fish farming and got really excited. Aquaponics uses a system of fish on the bottom, gardens on top. The dirty fish water gives nutrition to the garden above. It’s pretty amazing actually. (more…)

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