Audio-Visual Media

The ancient ingenuity of water harvesting

A great talk by the famous Indian Anupam Mishra:

https://www.ted.com/talks/anupam_mishra_the_ancient_ingenuity_of_water_harvesting/discussion

The Pure and The Poisoned

A film about the perception of water in India by the so called “Water Brothers” from USA, who are doing films about water issues worldwide:

http://thewaterbrothers.ca/the-pure-and-the-poisoned/

Troubled Water

Award winning documentary by Govinda Nepal about the severe water crisis Kathmandu Valley in Nepal is facing:

https://vimeo.com/115894458

¡O Comemos o Pagamos!

A film by Columbian researcher Marcela López about contested urban waterscapes in Medellin:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGQTLz_vFbY

Water and sugar: to industrialise or to liberate the land?

This documentary shows in a mosaic narrative the situation around sugar cane, land and water use from different perspectives in the Cauca Valley of Colombia.

http://justiciahidrica.org/documentary-water-and-sugar-to-industrialise-or-to-liberate-the-land-agua-y-azucar-industrializar-o-liberar-la-tierra/?lang=en

Daughters of the Niger Delta

‘Daughters of the Niger Delta’ tells a different story about the Niger Delta than the usual media reports about oil outputs, conflict, and kidnapping. The film gives a taste of everyday life in the region through the eyes of three ordinary women:

https://www.daughtersofthenigerdelta.org/