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Thirsty? See This Documentary and Stop Taking Water for Granted

AM Tonight’s “Women in Movies” series continues with “Watermark,” an insightful exploration of our world’s water directed by Jennifer Baichwal and photographed by Edward Burtynsky.

The feature documentary combines diverse stories to illustrate mankind’s complex relationship with the essential molecule. From massive floating fish farms on China’s Fujian coast to the barren Colorado River delta, Watermark compels us to ask questions about how we consume water and the consequences of that consumption.

CREDIT: Andrea Torres, Bianca Perez, Romina Puga, Andy Dubbin

Thirsty? See This Documentary and Stop Taking Water for Granted

AM Tonight’s “Women in Movies” series continues with “Watermark,” an insightful exploration of our world’s water directed by Jennifer Baichwal and photographed by Edward Burtynsky.

The feature documentary combines diverse stories to illustrate mankind’s complex relationship with the essential molecule. From massive floating fish farms on China’s Fujian coast to the barren Colorado River delta, Watermark compels us to ask questions about how we consume water and the consequences of that consumption.

CREDIT: Andrea Torres, Bianca Perez, Romina Puga, Andy Dubbin

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