This weekend I was in Watercolor, FL for MountainFilm on Tour. It’s a big event down there, one of the biggest film festivals I’ve been to. Who Owns Water was the feature on Friday night in front of a sold-out 750+ people. I was flattered to be in attendance and to give a series of talks to all those passionate people about the Water Wars in the American South.Comments Off
Join us this Thursday, Nov. 6 at Patagonia in Portland for a screening of Who Owns Water. Doors open at 7pm and there’s free beer and kombucha. That’s right, FREE. We’ll be there for a Q&A after the film.29 comments
Earlier this month, David and I went to the coffee axis of Colombia. Colombia is the 3rd largest producer of coffee in the world behind Brazil and Vietnam and the largest producer of Arabica coffee. Stay tuned to see images in action.
It’s been a long 2 months on the road or in a canoe. David and I spent 30 days floating from North Georgia to the Gulf of Mexico for a documentary film about the Water Wars between GA, FL, and AL. Big trip warrants big photos and a good story. Those will come later this year after we edit the film, but for now, I’ll post images while sorting through the stack of images.