We hope you all had a relaxing Veteran's Day. We're excited to present the new trailer for our film Once Was Water by Director, Christopher Beaver and Producer, Diana Fuller! We are so grateful to Matter of Trust for joining us again as an Executive Producer. We are inching along and pray that we receive two grants which will bring us almost to the finish line.
You’ve most likely seen that our California communities are facing some of the worst wildfires to date. Below, we've listed some articles that will keep you up-to-date on the wildfires and provides ways in which YOU can help out. Our best wishes are with those fighting and experiencing the effects of the wildfires.
As you can see with the latest news, we need to get this film out so that people can be aware of the seriousness of the situation. We invite you to join us in bringing attention to the rapidly escalating global water crisis and from there to possible solutions. Help us finish this film by making a 100% tax deductible donation to our fiscal sponsor, Green Planet Films:
Online contributions can be made at:
Contributions via check and mail can be sent to:
Green Planet Films (distribution/fiscal sponsor)
PO Box 815
Stonington, CT 06378
Diana Fuller, Producer
Christopher Beaver, Director
Once Was Water Team
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How to Help Those Affected by the California Wildfires
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Nearly 9,000 Firefighters Battling Deadly California Wildfires
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Here’s How to Help Firefighters Battling the Deadly California Fires
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