In this bonus episode, Charli interviews Tim Neeves, director of the documentary ‘Brave Blue World’.
In addition to directing ‘Brave Blue World’, Tim is a Director and Cameraman and founder of Prospect Arts, an award-winning production company. Familiar with both non-profit sector and corporate work, Tim’s feature project credits include: ”The Next Olympic Hopeful” (dir) for the United States Olympic Committee, NBC (2018); “Opioids: The Final Fix” (co-dir. with Norman Stone, Spring 2019): and 58 (dir. 2011), his first full-length doc, which explored ways to end global poverty and was released at The White House. He brings a wealth of experience, a stellar team and an audacious belief in film’s power to move and motivate hearts and minds.
FROM THE SPACE STATION TO SINGAPORE TO YOUR LOCAL UTILITY
‘Brave Blue World’ documentary will paint an optimistic picture of how humanity is adopting new technologies and innovations to re-think how we manage water.
The story will follow Paul O’Callaghan, water industry expert and CEO, BlueTech Research, as he visits sites around the world that are employing novel ways of tackling existing water problems.
This documentary will challenge some of your commonly held assumptions and change how you think about water. We will take you on a journey that explores an alternative water future, look at how we got to where we are today and then challenge some of the most commonly held assumptions about water:
Is water a global issue?
Is water a scarce resource?
Is water essential for human life?
The film will be available for viewing for everyone that registers for WEFTEC CONNECT this year: http://bit.ly/WEFTECConnect_EIP
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