Water (Re)Imagined: H.2O

The web team at the Sundance Channel is putting in some long hours getting The Green site ready for its third season (which launches on April 21st). Among the new web features: “H.2O,” a collection of animated shorts from artists around the world, interspersed with clips from the documentary FLOW: FOR THE LOVE OF WATER (which will also air on the 21st).

Billed as “the scariest movie at the Sundance Film Festival” by Wired, FLOW examines the world water crisis, and juxtaposes the diminishing supply of drinking water around the world with the increase in water privatization. With access to clean water shaping up as a major issue for the 21st century, this is a must-see film.

Check out “H.2O” by heading over to The Green and clicking on the button in the header (there’s also a tab directly above the video window). You can also learn more about FLOW by visiting the film’s official site. While on The Green site, check out some of the other new programming slated for this season, including ECO TRIP and CARBON COPS.

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