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Five Things To Know About Sundance: Craig Zobel

Article: Five Things To Know About Sundance: Craig Zobel

Craig Zobel premiered his southern comedy of music and fraud THE GREAT WORLD OF SOUND [www.greatworldofsound.com] at last year’s Sundance Film Festival to much acclaim. He’d been working in film and media for years — co-producing David Gordon Green’s debut feature GEORGE WASHINGTON and co-created the cartoon website Homestar Runner — but last year was his Sundance debut. His hard work was acknowledged by the Gotham Awards this fall when he was named the 2007 Breakthrough Director. His film is currently in limited distribution through Magnolia Pictures [www.magpictures.com] and will be available on DVD in February.

Craig was kind enough to tell us five things you should know before coming to Sundance.

Your Water Footprint and the Circle of Life

Article: Your Water Footprint and the Circle of Life

Quite similar in concept to the carbon footprint, our water footprints are defined as “the total volume of freshwater that is used to produce the goods and services consumed by the individual, business or nation,” by Waterfootprint.org [www.waterfootprint.org]. People use lots of water for drinking, cooking and washing, but even more for producing things such…