Water Docs to Co-present with Hot Docs!
What Lies Upstream
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Water Docs is honoured to be co-presenting the film What Lies Upstream at the 2017 Hot Docs Documentary Film Festival. The screening will take place on Tuesday, May 2nd at 9:30 pm at the Isabel Bader Theatre, located at 93 Charles Street West in Toronto. For all of our Water Docs fans and supporters, we'd love for you to come out to this screening too. Hope to see you there!
Water Docs Film Festival
March 29 - April 2, 2017
The curtains have closed on the 2017 festival at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema and OISE. It was a fascinating program of films on issues facing global and local water systems. After each screening was a live Q&A, with audience questions to filmmakers, activists, artists and other related speakers. We look forward to seeing you next year!
A huge THANK YOU! to all our great volunteers and sponsors who made Water Docs 2017 possible!
"If it is love that binds people to places in this nation of rivers and in this river of nations, then one enduring expression of that simple truth is surely the canoe."- James Raffan
The Great Lakes Water Walk
We'll shortly be announcing the plans from a coalition of Indigenous and non-Indigenous partners for the Ontario150 Great Lakes Water Walk.
Led by Anishinaabek Elder Josephine Mandamin, the September 24 event will draw many thousands of Canadians from all walks of life for a trek across Toronto's waterfront, ending in a special blessing – the first step toward an annual National Day of Walking for the Water.
It will be a walk of inspiration, reconciliation and hope.
Watch this space for the date of the announcement celebration. You'll enjoy short documentaries, a talk by Grandmother Josephine Mandamin and much more.
Watch this short introductory video to the Water Walk.