In honor of the UN Decade on Water and New York Water Week, we are excited to invite you to a celebration through film on Saturday, March 18th, 2023!
Our free event is 6:00-8:30pm in the Florence Gould Hall at the French Institute Alliance Française’s 59th St location.
The programme’s feature is the Cannes documentary by Senegalese French director Aissa Maiga, Marcher sur L’eau, complimented by short water related films by the OECD, Wavemakers United, Water as Leverage, and others.
These films will engage our guests cinematically on these critical water related topics and it is guaranteed to be an artistic, yet impactful evening of water related discussion!
Let’s Talk About Water is a unique program combining the power of film and the science of water to inform and engage students, faculty and the general public in active discussion about water issues and
A film and picture researcher for 40 years, specializing in science and history, Linda Lilienfeld, founder and director of Let’s Talk About Water, believes in the power of an image to tell a story and move
people. It can electrify our conversation and help us understand our world in new ways. Because with climate change and human activity affecting the world, the lives of many people are at risk. Water knits us all together.
Mayors Make Movies an Initiative by Let’s Talk About Water that promotes wider engagement and participation in water policy and water science communication through short film production amongst mayors, youth and filmmakers in cities across the African continent and the Globe.
African Film Festival New York is dedicated to advancing an enhanced understanding of African culture through the moving image. It offers diverse platforms for the wide distribution of African media through its flagship annual film festival and complementary year-round programming. AFF is committed to increasing visibility and recognition for African media artists by introducing African film and culture to a broad range of audiences in the United States and abroad—bypassing economic, class, and racial barriers.
The World Water Film Festival has been created to bring awareness to World Water Day—March 22—and in this, it’s inaugural year, celebrate The UN Decade on Water. It brings together all strands of water policy, water science, water activism and creativity. Join us Sunday, March 19, 2023 at Columbia University’s Forum!
Our other partners are the Johnson Family Foundation, GETF/Global Water Challenge,
GIWS/University of Saskatchewan, Water as Leverage, Deltares, and CUAHSI.
In honor of the UN Decade on Water and New York Water Week, we are excited to invite you to a celebration through film on Saturday, March 18th, 2023! Our free event is 6:00-8:30pm in the Flo...