This is a guest blog from filmmaker Kai Reimer-Watts. In September 2018, we showed his film Beyond Crisis (2017) at an outdoor screening on the grounds of the R.C. Harris Water Treatment Plant. With the water beside us and the sky turning a brilliant pink as the sun set, it was a beautiful opportunity to contemplate our relationship to a changing climate and what it looks like to come together to advocate for a #SafeClimateFuture.
Registration is now open for the Water Docs @ School Action Projects informational webinars, taking place in August and September! If you’re a Grade 8 or Grade 7 teacher, you can register now. Or, if you know any teachers, please let them know about this exciting opportunity. Registration for the program closes on September 30, 2018.
We are thrilled to announce that long-time volunteer for Water Docs Film Festival is set to receive the 2018 Volunteer Toronto Legacy Award for driving action towards environmental conservation. Ronnie has worked tirelessly over the years to make all of our events possible.
The annual Water Docs Film Festival in Toronto has become a hub for Canadian documentary films and creative shorts about water issues. We provide a platform for those involved in the Canadian film industry, artists and academics to join us in conversation about the power of storytelling to communicate important issues affecting water and to provide audiences with important opportunities to take action for water. On National Canadian Film Day, we wish to highlight some of the fantastic Canadian films that just screened at the 7th annual Water Docs Film Festival last week (April 10 & 12-15) in Toronto.
We're celebrating the launch of #WaterDocs2018 with a giveaway for full festival passes, which will give you and a friend access to all screenings, panel discussions, special guests and events at Water Docs Film Festival!