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THE FOURTH ANNUAL

PROGRAMME

MARCH 20 - 28 | JACKMAN HALL AT THE AGO PREMIER SUPPORTER


Welcome to the fourth annual Water Docs Film Festival.

Water Docs is nine exceptional programs all aimed at reviving a sense of reverence for water, informing about what threatens water, and stirring action to protect water. Best known for the annual Water Docs Film Festival, its driving force, the Ecologos Institute has been delivering environmental education and action programs for 17 years, such as Water Hour, Water Docs @ School Action Projects and The Water Journey, to name but a few. Underlying all 17 years has been a probing for what motivates people to take meaningful environmental action. So many of us act like hurtling toward an unlivable world is not something we need concern ourselves with. How can we touch people deeply enough to change that point of view? Water ripples in a very deep place within all of us. To stir that rippling opens the possibility for action. Documentary film, the storytelling of our time, has the power to reach people that deeply. This is why Water Docs was born. Our experience also discloses a second approach with power to shape attitudes and motivate action – the experiential learning that was created by Ecologos reconnects people with their most powerful experiences of water in their own lives. When people fully relive their most poignant experiences of water, an opening for action is likely to occur. Documentary storytelling and experiential learning are the heart and soul of the festival. We hope you will let them touch you deeply.

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A special thanks to those who help support the continued growth of the Water Docs Film Festival. ORGANIZING PARTNER

PREMIER SUPPORTER

LEAD PATRONS & PARTNERS Derek Day & Diane Donley

John & Thea Patterson

Robert & Sandra Rafos

The Marjorie J. Sharpe Fund for Education about Water

SUPPORTING PARTNERS Bau-Xi Photo Gallery

Ian W. Gilmour

David & Anne Patterson

Patricia Vigna

SUPPORTERS & CO-PRESENTERS

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March 20- 28, 2015

A PERSONAL MESSAGE FROM THE PREMIER On behalf of the Government of Ontario, I am delighted to extend warm greetings to all those gathered for the annual Ecologos Water Docs Film Festival at the Art Gallery of Ontario. The medium of film is a powerful means of sharing stories and expressing different points of view. I am pleased to support this festival, which focuses on the important issues surrounding water conservation. This festival is an excellent opportunity to gain exposure to issues related to our water and, as well, to engage in discussions about the future of one of our most precious resources. I would like to thank everyone attending the Water Docs Film Festival for your generous support, and interest in protecting and raising awareness of water conservation. You are doing your part in creating a more sustainable future for all Ontarians. To all of the participating filmmakers: I offer my congratulations. May this event be an opportunity to open doors and reach a wider audience. As well, I would like to thank the dedicated staff and volunteers who made this festival possible. Please accept my best wishes for a highly successful film festival.

Kathleen Wynne Premier

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Thanking our volunteers‌ for real By closing night of Water Docs Film Festival, dozens and dozens of volunteers will have contributed over 2000 hours to create as fine a celebration of water as you will find anywhere. This runs from those giving a few hours right up to the dozen or so members of our co-ordinating team who give hundreds of hours each. I know our audience members want to join me in thanking these wonderful people for an extraordinary team accomplishment. They do this work because they know how sacred and essential water is in our lives, how it is being threatened all around the world, and how critically important it is that each of us takes responsibility for its wellbeing. In truth, they are not actually so interested in our thanks and praise at all. They would rather see their work rewarded through the actions all of us take to build a world where clean, healthy water is available and affordable for everyone. You can show them your appreciation by taking an active part in protecting water in your homes, communities and networks. If you are willing, this is the thanks they would appreciate most.

Stan Gibson Executive Director

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WATER DOCS/D’EAUCUMENTAIRES DATE

TIME

FEATURE

SHORTS

MARCH 18

5:30 PM

Monsoon (2014)

MARCH 19

12:00 PM

MARCH 20

7:00 PM

DamNation (2014)

Nature Is Speaking: Coral Reef How Whales Change Climate

MARCH 20

9:30 PM

MARCH 21

12:00 PM

Various Short Films

MARCH 21

2:00 PM

The Big Thaw (2012) &

Nature Is Speaking: Mother Nature EVC Blue Mind Short: Michelle Witt

No Woman, No Water (2013) MARCH 21

3:30 PM

Various Short Films

MARCH 21

7:00 PM

Divide In Concord (2013)

Nature Is Speaking: The Redwood The Story of Bottled Water

MARCH 22

7:00 PM

Oil & Water (2014)

Nature Is Speaking: The Rainforest What It All Boils Down To

MARCH 24

9:00 AM

Student Films (2015)

MARCH 25

7:00 PM

OVERVIEW (2012)

The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible

MARCH 26

7:00 PM

The Water Tower (2013) Chasing Water (2011) Delta Dawn (2014) World Premiere of Waawaase’aagaming: The Waters of Lake Simcoe (2015)

Nature Is Speaking: Water EVC Blue Mind Short: Tracy Posthumus

MARCH 26

7:00 PM

Narmada: A Valley Rises (1994)

MARCH 27

7:00 PM

Chercher le courant (2011) (Seeking the Current)

Nature Is Speaking: Flower Nature Is Speaking: The Soil EVC Blue Mind Short: Avi D’Souza

MARCH 28

7:00 PM

Antarctica: A Year On Ice (2013)

Nature Is Speaking: The Ocean EVC Blue Mind Short: Andrea Seibt

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2015 SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE GUEST SPEAKERS

EVENT

LOCATION

Pre-Festival Special Event Intercultural Screening with OWWA

HS 610 – U of T,

Pre-Festival Special Event Water Activities with Ecoloodi & EWB

Seminar Room 1 - AGO

Opening Night

Jackman Hall - AGO

Alan Park, Emcee Travis Rummel, Filmmaker

Opening Night Reception Free – all are welcome

Bau-Xi Photo Gallery,

Family Day Activities

Jackman Hall - AGO

Family Day

Jackman Hall - AGO

The Water Brothers

Family Day Activities

Jackman Hall - AGO

The Bottled Water Debate

Jackman Hall - AGO

Kris Kaczor, Filmmaker

World Water Day

Jackman Hall - AGO

Water Docs @ School Student Recognition Day - PRIVATE SCREENING

Bloor Hot Docs Cinema

Robyn Hamlyn

The Overview Effect: Shifting Perspective A Water Docs/Waterlution Workshop

Friends House 60 Lowther Avenue

Duncan Holmes

3 Short Films About Water

Jackman Hall - AGO

Becky Big Canoe & Serena Morcinek, Filmmakers

Special Event - Intercultural Screening with Noor Cultural Centre

Noor Cultural Centre, 123 Wynford Drive

Ali Kazimi, Filmmaker & Associate Professor at York University

Soirée Francophone

Alliance Française, 24 Spadina Road

Nicolas Boisclair & Alexis de Gheldere, Filmmakers

Closing Night

Jackman Hall - AGO

Anthony & Christine Powell

155 College Street

324 Dundas Street West

Sturla Gunnarsson, Filmmaker Dr. Anwar Sadmani, PhD Stan Gibson, ED Ecologos

Alan Park, Emcee Laurel Spellman Smith & Francine Strickweda, Filmmakers Nathan Bragg, Filmmaker

Filmmakers

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WATER DOCS FILM SYNOPSES WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 2015 5:30 PM

INTERCULTURAL SCREENING MONSOON

(2014, 106 min, CAN) Filmmaker: Sturla Gunnarsson FREE SCREENING AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Filmed over the course of India’s 2013 monsoon season in ultra high definition 4K, the filmmakers chased the monsoon on its annual journey from the southern state of Kerala, where it first makes landfall, to India’s north-eastern state of Meghalaya, where the clouds go to die. Along the way, they meet a remarkable group of individuals whose lives are in different ways entwined with the phenomenon that some call ‘the soul of India’. Followed by a post-screening panel discussion with Sturla Gunnarsson, Dr. Anwar Sadmani, PhD, and Stan Gibson, ED Ecologos

NATURE IS SPEAKING: MOTHER NATURE (2014, 1:58 min, USA)

EVC BLUE MIND SHORT: MICHELE WITT (2014, 2:44 min, CAN) Featured ENGO:

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FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 2015 7:00 PM

OPENING NIGHT DAMNATION

(2014, 87 min, USA) Jackman Hall Cinema, AGO Filmmakers: Ben Knight and Travis Rummel This film odyssey across America explores the sea change in our national attitude from pride in big dams as engineering wonders to the growing awareness that our own future is bound to the life and health of our rivers. DamNation’s majestic cinematography and unexpected discoveries move through rivers and landscapes altered by dams, but also through a metamorphosis in values, from conquest of the natural world to knowing ourselves as part of nature. Building on these reminders, we then consider ways in which each of us can become active in the campaign to ensure the health and preservation of water everywhere. MC: Alan Park A cross between a stand-up comic and sit-down satirist, Alan Park was a regular cast member on CBC’s Air Farce.

NATURE IS SPEAKING: CORAL REEF (2014, 1:37 min, USA) HOW WHALES CHANGE CLIMATE

(2014, 5 min, USA) Filmmakers: Steve and Chris Agnos

THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 2015

12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Filmmaker Travis Rummel will join us remotely for a post-screening Q&A session followed by our Opening Night Reception at Bau-Xi Photo Gallery

INTERACTIVE WATER ACTIVITIES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

Featured ENGO:

As part of the AGO’s March Break Programming, Water Docs Water Activities at the AGO is a special day filled with fun and engaging activities for the whole family that will teach you all about water and just how important it is for everyone through interactive games and other interesting activities for all ages. Everything takes place in Seminar Room 1 @ the AGO. Tickets for this special day can be purchased through the AGO directly and include all of the AGO’s regular March Break programming. Join us at the AGO for your March Break! NO SCREENINGS ON THIS DAY. 8

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9:30 PM OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION BAU-XI PHOTO GALLERY Join us for the celebration at the Bau-Xi Photography Gallery, 324 Dundas Street West, across the street from the AGO. FREE - ALL ARE WELCOME.


SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 2015

12:00 PM - 4:00 PM FAMILY DAY ACTIVITIES Family Day is a special day filled with fun and engaging activities for the whole family that will teach you all about water and just how important it is for everyone through interactive games and interesting short films. Featured ENGOs:

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the entertaining tale of the battle of banning bottled water in small town America. Jean Hill, a fiery 84-yearold widow and mother of four, wants to ban the sale of bottled water from Concord. Her path begins when her grandson tells her about the disastrous environmental effects of the empty plastic bottles. But all are not in agreement with the proposed ban.

NATURE IS SPEAKING: THE REDWOOD (2014, 1:26 min, USA)

THE STORY OF BOTTLED WATER (2010, 8:04 min, USA)

Filmmaker Kris Kaczor will join us remotely for a post-screening Q&A discussion Featured ENGO:

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2:00 PM THE WATER BROTHERS EPISODES SEASON 1: THE BIG THAW

(2012, 24:37 min, CAN) The North Pole is melting faster than ever. The Northwest Passage will soon be an international shipping lane. The polar bear may soon be extinct. Change in the Arctic is happening at warp speed. With rising sea levels, the fate of the world depends on slowing the Big Thaw. The Water Brothers visit the Arctic to get the facts and find answers.

SEASON 2: NO WOMAN, NO WATER (2013, 25 min, CAN)

Hundreds of millions of people live without access to clean water and billions live without a toilet, causing countless lives to be lost each day. The Brothers travel to Africa to the most water scarce regions of Tanzania and Kenya, to see firsthand how simple water projects can make huge changes towards economic advancement – and how it is women who hold the key to improving clean water and sanitation access in their local communities. The Water Brothers will be in attendance to introduce the films and for a post-screening Q&A

7:00 PM EVENING SCREENING DIVIDE IN CONCORD

(2013, 82 min, USA) Filmmakers: Kris Kaczor, David Regos & Jaedra Luke

SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 2015 7:00 PM

WORLD WATER DAY OIL & WATER

(2014, 78 min, USA) Filmmakers: Laurel Spellman Smith & Francine Strickwerda Oil & Water is the true story of two boys coming of age as they each confront one of the world’s worst toxic disasters. Hugo and David were born on opposite ends of the oil pipeline. Hugo comes to America to fight for the survival of his Cofán tribe in the Ecuadorian Amazon, while David goes to Ecuador to launch the world’s first company to certify oil as “fair trade”.

NATURE IS SPEAKING: THE RAINFOREST (2014, 1:45 min, USA)

WHAT IT ALL BOILS DOWN TO (2012, 6:57 min, CAN)

Filmmakers: Teresa Earle, Gerry Quarton, and Nathan Bragg Filmmakers Laurel Spellman Smith & Francine Strickwerda will join us remotely and filmmaker Nathan Bragg will join us live for a post-screening Q&A MC: Alan Park A cross between a stand-up comic and sit-down satirist, Alan Park was a regular cast member on CBC’s Air Farce. Featured ENGO:

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Divide In Concord is a feature-length documentary that follows 9


TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 2015

9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

WATER DOCS @ SCHOOL STUDENT RECOGNITION DAY THIS IS A PRIVATE SCREENING EVENT Bloor Hot Docs Cinema Guest Speaker: Robyn Hamlyn, Water Warrior & Activist Featured ENGO:

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 2015 7:00 PM

THE OVERVIEW EFFECT: SHIFTING PERSPECTIVE

Friends House, 60 Lowther Avenue, Toronto PAY WHAT YOU CAN AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC In all you’ve lived and seen, have you had an instance where you found meaning in something that is bigger than yourself? A moment of perspective shift? What changed after this moment? How can a perspective shift lead to behavioural shift? What is YOUR role in shifting your own perspective and behaviour and that of others on important water matters? Join us for a stimulating evening with a film screening followed by interactive dialogue.

OVERVIEW

(2012, 19 min, USA)

THE MORE BEAUTIFUL WORLD OUR HEARTS KNOW IS POSSIBLE

(2015, 5:06 min, CAN) Filmmakers: Ian MacKenzie and Chris Agnos Featured ENGO:

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THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2015 7:00 PM

3 SHORT FILMS ABOUT WATER (BY PETER MCBRIDE) 10

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THE WATER TOWER (2013, 27.5 min, USA) Filmmaker: Peter McBride

In Central Kenya, northeast of the Rift Valley, there is a tower. It is a monumental granite swell with a crumbling pinnacle that stretches 17,058 feet into the sky. Mt. Kenya, the second tallest peak in Africa, is home to Ngai, the local water god that is said to create the rains. As a result, Ngai and the mountain provide 70% of the nation’s water supply, fed by glaciers and annual storms that eddy around this looming rock island. Pete McBride climbed its false summit with his family when was 9. Returning in 2012 with a group of climbers, he noticed something frightening. It wasn’t the same mountain he climbed as a boy.

CHASING WATER

(2011, 18 min, USA) Filmmaker: Peter McBride

Follow the Colorado River, source to sea, with photographer Pete McBride who takes an intimate look at the watershed as he attempts to follow the irrigation water that sustains his family’s Colorado ranch, down river to the sea. This award-winning short documentary combines an artistic, aerial view with a personal journey to understand this national treasure. McBride teamed up with his bush-pilot father to capture unique footage and also shadowed the adventure of Jon Waterman who became the first to paddle the entire length of the river.

DELTA DAWN

(2014, 16.5 min, USA) Filmmaker: Peter McBride

The Colorado River ran to the Sea for six million years but stopped nearly two decades ago. In the spring of 2014, something changed. An experimental pulse of water flooded this river of sand and a team paddled the crest to see if they could be the first to navigate this forgotten delta and once again kiss the sea.

WORLD PREMIERE SCREENING WAAWAASE’AAGAMING: THE WATERS OF LAKE SIMCOE (2015, 27 min, CAN) Filmmakers: Becky Big Canoe and Serena Morcinek

Waawaase’aagaming is a film with a mission and a heart. A unique look into the First Nation history and personality of Lake Simcoe and those who live and work with the lake. A popular global travel destination, famed for its year round fishing and scenic beauty, Lake Simcoe is one of the largest fresh water lakes in North America. But development, population growth and the consequential increased environmental upheaval, are changing the watershed, affecting the local wildlife and the lives of all who depend on the lake.


NATURE IS SPEAKING: WATER (2014, 1:28 min, USA)

EVC BLUE MIND SHORT: TRACY POSTHUMUS (2014, 2:34 min, CAN)

GREAT LAKES COMMONS RISING (2015, 4:38 MIN, CAN)

Filmmakers Becky Big Canoe and Serena Morcinek will join us live for a post-screening discussion Featured ENGO:

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Nicolas Boisclair and Alexis de Gheldere collaborate with renowned Canadian actor Roy Dupuis for this documentary of passionate environmental advocacy. The film is a convincing critique of Hydro Quebec’s Romaine River initiative–a plan to construct four dams along the 500-kilometre waterway. It’s also a story of devolution from social democratic ideals to greed and environmental destructiveness.

NATURE IS SPEAKING: FLOWER (2014, 1:36 min, USA)

NATURE IS SPEAKING: THE SOIL (2014, 1:25 min, USA)

EVC BLUE MIND SHORT: AVI D’SOUZA (2014, 1:41 min, CAN)

THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2015 7:00 PM

INTERCULTURAL SCREENING Noor Cultural Centre Auditorium, 123 Wynford Drive, Toronto

NARMADA: A VALLEY RISES

(1994, 86 min, CAN) Filmmaker: Ali Kazimi, Associate Professor in the Department of Film, York University Since its premiere in 1994 at Hot Docs, where it won three awards, Narmada: A Valley Rises has become a classic film about the grassroots struggle against the large dams. Documenting the longest and most sustained mass action mounted by the Save Narmada Movement, the film offers a compelling and intimate portrait of a unique movement while raising critical and universal issues of human-rights, social justice, and development within a democracy. For Canadians, the resonances to aboriginal struggles in this country will be familiar and striking. Filmmaker, Associate Professor Ali Kazimi, will join us live for a post-screening Q&A Featured ENGO:

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FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 2015 7:00 PM

SOIRÉE FRANCOPHONE

Alliance Française, 24 Spadina Road, Toronto

CHERCHER LE COURANT (SEEKING THE CURRENT) (2011, 86 min, CAN) Filmmakers: Nicolas Boisclair and Alexis de Gheldere

Filmmakers Nicolas Boisclair & Alexis de Gheldere will be in attendance for a post-screening Q&A en français Featured ENGO:

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SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 2015 7:00 PM

CLOSING NIGHT 8:30 PM - 9:30 PM EARTH HOUR 2015 ANTARCTICA: A YEAR ON ICE (2013, 91 min, USA) Filmmakers: Anthony Powell and Simon Price

ANTARCTICA: A YEAR ON ICE is a visually stunning journey to the end of the world with the hardy and devoted people who live there year-round. The research stations scattered throughout the continent host a closeknit international population of scientists, technicians and craftsmen. Isolated from the rest of the world, enduring months of unending darkness followed by periods when the sun never sets, Antarctic residents experience firsthand the beauty and brutality of the most severe environment on Earth.

NATURE IS SPEAKING: THE OCEAN (2014, 2:04 min, USA)

EVC BLUE MIND SHORT: ANDREA SEIBT (2014, 3:13 min, CAN)

Filmmakers Anthony & Christine Powell will join us remotely for a post-screening Q&A Featured ENGO:

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Extraordinary program. Extraordinary success. Water Docs @ School Action Projects is a 7-month learning and action program for Grade 8 classes. Students study the issues in their own watershed, and then address those issues by planning and implementing a hands-on water protection project with tangible outcomes. They film the story of their project, which is then screened at the Water Docs @ School Student Recognition Day during the following Water Docs Film Festival each March. Projects so far have focused on invasive species, the detrimental effects of road salt, sources of pollution, and shoreline repair, just to name a few. For a full program description, please visit ecologos.ca

The next step is a big one During the past two school years 20 Grade 8 classes have participated and the program has been an outstanding success. We are inspired to make the leap to 50 classes in the next school year starting in September – both in Southern and Northern Ontario. We need $80,000 to make this leap possible. $30,000 has already been granted from the highly competitive Vital Ideas Fund at the Toronto Foundation as well as another $10,000 by a patron donor. I am kindly asking you to help close the funding gap for this wonderful program. No gift is too small to help. Please make an online contribution to The Ecologos Institute at canadahelps.org or contact me personally so I can send you a full proposal. Thank you for considering. Stan Gibson Executive Director stangibson@ecologos.ca


Water Docs Film Festival 2015 Programme