FLOW

FLOW

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Director: Irena Salina

Cast: Irena Salina

     
 

Irena Salina directs this feature-length documentary about the industry and consumption of humankind's most precious resource: water. As African villages survive on potentially toxic water supplies out of sheer necessity, Salina explores how the corporate structure has come to control humanity's water supply, creating a dire situation that experts have come to refer…  See more details below

Overview

Irena Salina directs this feature-length documentary about the industry and consumption of humankind's most precious resource: water. As African villages survive on potentially toxic water supplies out of sheer necessity, Salina explores how the corporate structure has come to control humanity's water supply, creating a dire situation that experts have come to refer to as the World Water Crisis. With issues of pollution, politics, and human rights all coming to a head with the issue, Salina points the finger at the specific corporate and governmental figures responsible for the crisis, and takes a look at how grassroots organizations work to fight the increasing privatization of water, hoping to end the imbalance in access to the precious resource that has already had mortal consequences for so many.

Product Details

Release Date:
12/09/2008
UPC:
0896602002029
Original Release:
2007
Source:
Oscilloscope
Region Code:
0
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Time:
1:24:00
Sales rank:
72,941

Special Features

Commentary by the film's Director Irena Salina and Editor Caitlin Dixon; Expanded interviews with key international experts on water privatization, political activism, and the spiritual significance of water; ; Call to Resistance: Key first steps to action and links to important allies in the fight to preserve access to safe, afforadable water; Deleted scenes and water PSAs

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Cast & Crew

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Technical Credits
Irena Salina Director,Cinematographer
Pablo De Selva Cinematographer
Caitlin Dixon Editor
Caroleen Feeney Executive Producer
Madeleine Gavin Editor
Gill Holland Co-producer
Augusta Brown Holland Executive Producer
Lee Jaffe Executive Producer
Christophe Julien Score Composer
Brent Meikle Executive Producer
Hadley Meikle Executive Producer
Andrew Mondshein Editor
Stephen Nemeth Executive Producer
Matt Parker Associate Producer
Steven Starr Producer
Yvette Tomlinson Co-producer

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Flow
1. Water Crisis [4:32]
2. United States: Pollutants In Water Supply [2:15]
3. Agricultural Water Usage [2:06]
4. Atrazine [3:13]
5. Bolivia: Water Privatization [5:41]
6. South Africa: Pay Per Use [5:38]
7. South Africa: Reconnecting the Pipes [1:03]
8. We Are the Operators [2:28]
9. India: UV Filtration [4:56]
10. Water Shortage Becomes Corporate Opportunity [3:27]
11. Bottled Water [3:23]
12. The Water Barons [3:40]
13. Dams: Altering Ecosystems [4:32]
14. Katse Dam, Lesotho [3:07]
15. World Bank Dam Projects [1:59]
16. India's Water Harvesting [3:59]
17. Michigan's Citizens Take Nestlé To Court [7:43]
18. Chief Seattle, 1854 [1:36]
19. Plachimada, India: Protest Against Coca-Cola [3:03]
20. Fighting Privatization [2:19]
21. People Unite [2:40]
22. Epilogue [3:09]
23. End Credits [6:47]

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FLOW 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
blackwingedangel21 More than 1 year ago
I'm gonna be honest, i cried during this documentary. This was definatly one of the best documentary's I've ever seen, I would definatly suggest to anyone to go and watch it.
4onetruth More than 1 year ago
I will never look at bottled water the same. Since watching this movie I understand the blessing we have in the USA, to be able to wash a car when people are placed in lottery's to get water. With all the money being spent on the banking systems it seems to me that this world should be able to figure out how to have drinkable water for the residence of our planet. Great movie
bah_bah_black_sheep-mh More than 1 year ago
I loved this movie so much, I wrote a paper about the [negative] impact of water privatization on communities for English 102. I got an "A" on it, at least. This movie was fascinating, sad, and moving. I honestly don't have any problems with it except that I remember it stopping quite abruptly. It's definitely one of my favorites.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago