Water Warriors is a documentary short film and exhibition about a community’s successful resistance against the oil and natural gas industry.
The film and exhibition are currently touring.
Interested in bringing Water Warriors to your community? Find out more about the project here.
Email us if you are interested in planning a screening or bringing the exhibition to your town.
Sandy Storyline is a participatory web-based documentary and exhibition that explores the immediate and still-unfolding impacts of Hurricane Sandy through the experiences of some of the millions of people whose lives were affected by the storm. The project integrates a series of character-driven short films with a growing collection of multimedia stories contributed by residents, business owners, volunteers, and citizen and professional journalists. The project is winner of the inaugural Award for Transmedia at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Believers, and nonbelievers from all walks of life and faith traditions are welcome at the world famous St. John the Divine in Manhattan. And in the community of this magnificent cathedral, many people have found home and sanctuary. But In a world of chaos and injustice, what does that mean? This unique project in development weaves interviews with members of the congregation, text, and lyrics with original music by Broken Chord. Sanctuary Songs is being created as part of the Working Theater's Five Boroughs/One City project.
Housing is a Human Right
Housing is a Human Right is a creative storytelling project about the dignity of a place to call home. Explore the multimedia exhibition, radio documentaries and mixtape from the project here.