…I am Water is an absurd allegorical FilmPoem that’s hopefully easy to read between the lines.
Water covers about 70 percent of the earth. I am made up of about that same amount of water. I can live only a few days without water. You can only live a few days without water.
Political ignorance and corporate greed help fuel the current world climate and water crisis.
If we are to save the planet, it begins with you and (I)…one drop at a time.
Director Biography - Jim Hall
Jim Hall is a 2-time Peabody Award winner for his work as a photojournalist in television as part of an Investigative team.
The Peabody Award is considered the Pulitzer Prize of broadcasting.
The 21-time Emmy winner (including National Emmy) had a long career working as a cameraman at TV stations around the United States.
His camera lens has captured lost souls on their way out and fallen angels on their way back up.
Hall currently is a documentary filmmaker and part-time experimental Filmpoet.
His FilmPoems have screened at festivals around the world,
recently winning the International Prize at the Art Visuals & Poetry Film Festival in Vienna.
Whilst filling up my dog’s water dish, I saw my reflection in the pool of the silver bowl. Just then, T-Bone, my dog’s name is T-Bone, T-Bone barked. He was trying to tell me something:
“What is it boy?,” I asked.
“Timmy is trapped in a well down by the old quarry. He will be fine, but the water will not. Go save the water! Go now!!!
He’s a good boy…my T-Bone.