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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The Deep Water Initiative designs and hosts numerous film series screenings with a variety of educational based institutions, including universities, environmental fellowships/programs, institutions of faith and local film forums. We believe that film can and should serve as a dynamic educational tool as well as a powerful agent of change. We support the screening of high-quality film productions that address the complexity of ecological sustainability within local, indigenous and faith-based communities living within a post-modern world.

 

SCREENING PARTNERS

Our 2019 and 2020 screening partners include:

  • The California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS)

  • IHP Climate Change Study Abroad Program

  • Park City Film Series

  • Sisters of St. Joseph San Francisco

  • Temple Har Shalom Park City

If you would like us to host a screening with your institution or organization, please send an email to cnforbes@dwinitiative.org.

2019 SCREENINGS

Past screenings include:

  • March screening of Anote's Ark for IHP Climate Change Study Abroad Program

  • March screening of Anote's Ark for the Religion and Ecology Summit at CIIS

  • March screening of Genesis 2.0 for the Religion and Ecology Summit at CIIS

  • September screening of Artifishal at the California Institute of Integral Studies

2020 SCREENINGS

Upcoming screenings include:

  • January screening for IHP Climate Change Study Abroad Program

  • March screening of Look & See for the Sisters of St. Joseph San Francisco

  • March film panel at 2019 Religion and Ecology Summit at CIIS

  • April community screening with Park City Film Series

  • April screening with Temple Har Shalom

  • August Religion and Ecology Film Festival Park City

 

For further details please visit our events and news pages to see past and upcoming events.

RELIGION AND ECOLOGY FILM SCREENINGS