The Deep Water Initiative Team spent the past 10 days volunteering and viewing films at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. The team's film viewing experience was focused on filmmakers whose work highlighted environmental, spiritual, and ecological messages. Sundance is a particularly exciting film festival, and strives to highlight filmmakers from all walks of life that represent many marginalized communities, including: indigenous filmmakers, filmmakers of color, filmmakers focusing on disability, and filmmakers that orient their activism around environmental concerns. Here is a list of the environmentally-centered films that the team viewed:

  1. The Mountains are a Dream that Call to Me

  2. Spaceship Earth

  3. The Cost of Silence

  4. Okavango: River of Dreams [Director's Cut]

  5. Malni - Towards the Ocean, Towards the Shore

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The Deep Water Initiative is inspired by the ecological importance of water as an all-pervasive element that sustains life on this planet.  The metaphysical importance of water as both a cleanser and regenerator has been upheld by many cultures throughout the world, and is celebrated within the creation myths of different religious and spiritual traditions.  The Deep Water Initiative has been particularly influenced by the significance of water as demonstrated within the Five Books of Moses.


*The Deep Water Initiative is classified as a private operating foundation that qualifies for tax exempt status under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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