Runtime: 05:54:38
Available: Nov 14, 2021 05:01
Until: Dec 01, 2021 04:59

Bonus screening materials. Recorded panel discussions, Q&A sessions, and interviews.

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Panel Discussion - The Sacredness of Water and Land - Bonus Material

Panel Discussion - The Sacredness of Water and Land - Bonus Material

00:44:51

Rick Miller chats about some of the issues raised in a number of the films playing in the ReSurge Festival. Join Rick, Layla Black, director of "Blood and Water: A Reclamation Story", Steve Sxwithul'txw, director of "Finding The Balance", and Joel Starlund, Executive Director of the Gitanyow Hereditary Chiefs & subject of the film "Ha Nii Tokxw [Our Food Table] for this talk.

Interview - Water and Community - Bonus Material

Interview - Water and Community - Bonus Material

00:28:21

Rick Miller chats about the issues raised in the film "Water be dammed..." with Dr. Romila Verma, co-creator of the film and Vanita Khanna, director of the film, in this fascinating discussion.

Whose Rights? post-screening Q&A discussion

Whose Rights? post-screening Q&A discussion

00:53:08

In this post-screening Q&A discussion, Rick Miller (Emcee) speaks with Invisible Hand filmmakers Joshua Pribanic and Melissa Troutman, along with activist and subject of the film Markie Miller, about "The Rights of Nature". Watch this and gain a better understanding of this fascinating concept where nature and all living things can be endowed with leverage in our legal systems.

Indigenous Perspectives post-screening Q&A discussion

Indigenous Perspectives post-screening Q&A discussion

00:47:14

In this post-screening Q&A discussion, Rick Miller (Emcee) speaks with filmmakers Ana Llacer, Jeremy Williams, and Kristy Franks, about the connection and respect to water that our Indigenous brothers and sisters hold and what we might learn from this. Whitney Miniquaken, a Wemindji youth, speaks to her experience gained from travelling to Australia and helping create the film.

(Un)Sustainable Fishing post-screening Q&A discussion

(Un)Sustainable Fishing post-screening Q&A discussion

00:48:10

In this post-screening Q&A discussion, Rick Miller (Emcee) speaks with filmmakers Steve Sxwithul'txw & Camila Guarda, about the connection to the sea that First Nations' youth have to protecting their coastal territories, above and below the surface, and also how people in Chile who rely on fishing for their livelihood respect the ocean, especially via the perspective of women.

Water Warrior Award Presentation post-screening Q&A discussion

Water Warrior Award Presentation post-screening Q&A discussion

00:48:39

In this post-screening Q&A discussion, Rick Miller (Emcee) speaks with Mark Angelo, the 2021 recipient of the Water Docs' Water Warrior Award, about his fascinating life and his drive to call attention to the state of the world's rivers and with Roger Williams and his biographical documentary film about Mark. Learn about Mark and Roger's collaboration on 2 films about rivers.

The 2021 Best Film Awards post-screening Q&A discussion

The 2021 Best Film Awards post-screening Q&A discussion

00:44:43

In this post-screening Q&A discussion, Rick Miller (Emcee) speaks with filmmakers Adam Laity and David Abel about their films "A Short Film About Ice" and "ENTANGLED" and delves into how climate change is affecting the Arctic as well as the endangered species that is the focus of the film "ENTANGLED", the North Atlantic Right Whale.

Water Drops Shorts Program post-screening Q&A discussion

Water Drops Shorts Program post-screening Q&A discussion

00:39:32

In this post-screening Q&A discussion, Rick Miller (Emcee) speaks with filmmakers Maevia Griffiths about her mid-length film "The Drop" and Kirsten Brass about her short animated film "The Lost Seahorse" and how they decided to make their films and why they chose the medium and format that they did to tell their stories.

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