WaterAid at the Take One Action Film Festival

The global water crisis - as seen by the world's master of aerial cinema, Yann Arthus-Bertrand.


3 Oct 2013 | UK

This weekend WaterAid is proud to support screenings of a breathtaking new film, A Thirsty World, at Scotland's Take One Action Film Festival. The festival programme aims to showcase the people and films that are changing the world.

WaterAid is supporting screenings in Edinburgh on Friday 4 October and Glasgow on Sunday 6 October, with short panel discussions afterwards exploring actions that we can all take can take to address some of the issues raised.  Panel members will include Helen Anderson from WaterAid Scotland and Northern Ireland, Percy Patrick (SCIAF), Jon Rathjen (Scottish Government) and Dave Watson (UNISON).

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A Thirsty World is the latest film by Yann Arthus-Bertrand, master cinematographer and dedicated reporter of environmental issues whose previous projects include the incredible Earth from the Air. Arthus-Bertrand highlights the fragile, precarious nature of the world's water crisis from above.

Shot from surreal, astonishing heights, the film pans the earth from the Congo basin to the Cambodian deltas, plunging down to meet the campaigners, entrepreneurs and women defending fresh water sources on the front line. A Thirsty World is a beautiful, urgent call for everyday action to protect our most vital resource. Watch the trailer here: