In collaboration with EarthLab, ROCO Films International and its grant funders, Future Rivers is pleased to present our Spring 2022 Series virtual screening of the documentary Revolution Generation. This film is an exploration of the world-changing activism and potential of the largest youth generation in history.
In his latest book, “Water: A Biography,” Giulio Boccaletti—honorary research associate at the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, University of Oxford—shrewdly examines how irrigation structures have informed our social structures throughout the ages.
In collaboration with EarthLab & the Jackson School’s South Asia Center, Future Rivers is pleased to present our Fall 2021 Series virtual screening of the documentary Into Dust. This film is about the Pakistani water crisis and one woman’s fight for justice for the city’s most vulnerable residents.
UW Future Rivers, EarthLab and the College of the Environment co-hosted a special film screening of River to the Heart (105m), followed by a conversation with the director, Eddy Harris, author of Mississippi Solo.
This summer’s book is Mississippi Solo by Eddy Harris. We hope this selection will foster deep discussion on cultural connections to water and nature, the importance of diverse voices and values in environmental work, and what it means to push our limits of physical and emotional abilities.
To commemorate American Wetlands Month, Future Rivers is hosting a virtual screening of the recently released documentary River’s End.
We are excited to announce the launch of our feature film screening series!
Join us in celebrating Earth Week with a free screening of the film Kiss the Ground, which provides a solution to balancing our climate, replenishing our freshwater supplies, and feeding the world.
Save the dates for our upcoming lunchtime film and speaker series! Each session will start with a one-hour screening of an episode of the PBS docuseries H2O The Molecule That Made Us, followed by a facilitated conversation and open Q&A with an expert panel focused on main themes of that episode (e.g., big data, history and civilization, and the intersection of health and global water politics).