HAPPY NEW YEAR!
In our final newsletter of 2018, we want to thank everyone who put in time and effort to making this film a success! We are so excited to finally bring Once Was Water to the audience for whom it is intended.
Thank you to our fiscal sponsor, Green Planet Films and our Educational and Community Distributor, Bullfrog.
We also want to thank you and everyone else who donated so generously to our goal of bringing awareness to the efforts; technological, physical and political, that are being made to better equip us to face the global water crisis. We also hope to find others who want to join us in the final phase which will include the costs of festivals, distribution, and conferences in the New Year.
To everyone who appeared in the film, giving so generously of their valuable time, contributing their expertise, and lending their knowledge to all those facing similar problems; we are forever indebted.
Lastly, a huge thank you goes to those who have worked so tirelessly to bring this film to fruition: our producers, artists, and hard working staff, without whom none of this would be possible.
Original Score by
Porpoise Cove Studios
Sound Design and Mix
KIM AUBRY, ASHLEY PAGAN
Outreach Media Director
Online contributions can be made at:
Contributions via check and mail can be sent to:
Green Planet Films (fiscal sponsor)
PO Box 815
Stonington, CT 06378
Diana Fuller, producer
Christopher Beaver, Director
Once Was Water
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