Each movie relays the importance of water and the reality of drought.

Movie Descriptions



Director: Roman Polanski
Actors: Jack Nickelson, Faye Dunaway, John Huston
Yr: 1974
Running time: 131 min.
Description: Set in southern California during the 1930s, a private detective investigates an adultery case and stumbles onto a scheme of murder originating from the heated debate over land and water rights.



Director: Irena Salina
Yr: 2008
Running time: 90 min.
Description: This award-winning documentary explores the World Water Crisis- one of the most important political and environmental issues of our day.  Issues such as the growing privatization of the world’s water supply are explored, with a focus on politics, pollution, human rights, and the emergence of a domineering world water cartel.



Director: Andrej Zdravic
Yr:  1997
Running time: 30 min.
Description: Through the liquid lens of crystalline water we perceive, perhaps for the first time, the magical underwater world of turquoise volumes, flying bubbles, pulsating sun membranes, dancing stones… Four years in the making, “Riverglass” is not a documentary about the river Soca.  It is a poetic river ballet to the music ofnatural sounds.