Fall is upon us! We hope you caught some films at the Green Film Festival or an inspiring speech at the Global Climate Action Summit last month.
We have LOCKED FILM and are in a hurry to finish. Now comes the final phase; color correction, titles and credit design, audio mix, and motion graphics. We have almost made it but still need your help.
The hour is very late for protecting and sustaining local and global supplies for clean, drinking water. One third of the people on our planet lack this vital necessity.
michigan groundwater event
Furious and fearful, people are asking a simple but urgent question: What’s in my water? PFAS contaminants are the tip of the spear for threats to groundwater in Michigan and nationally. Nitrates, industrial chemicals, and pathogens have been swept underground for decades. What else is in the groundwater and seeping into drinking water?
Bring your voice and join a live, interactive broadcast October 1, 1pm ET
Watersmart innovations 2018
The 11th annual WaterSmart Innovations Conference and Exposition, Oct. 3-5, 2018, in Las Vegas, is a premier venue to showcase new water-efficiency technology; build and strengthen effective, interdisciplinary relationships; and establish your company as an international leader in innovative water efficiency technology and services.
WaterSmart Innovations takes place October 3-5th, 2018.
Circle of Blue
In Senate PFAS Hearing, Government Officials Say Regulatory Response Will Take Years
Is There Water Left To Be Developed In The Colorado River Basin?
Water Scarcity and Poor Water Management Makes Life Difficult for Egyptians
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 247
Corte Madera, CA 94976-0247
Diana Fuller, Producer
Christopher Beaver, Director
Once Was Water Team