Next-Gen Water Infrastructure from Orion Magazine

In June, Orion Magazine  featured a slideshow on Seattle’s solutions to it’s aging water infrastructure. Cynthia Barnett also shares some of the solutions that are taking place around the country to solve our aging water infratstructure.  The below slideshow is part of Orion Magazines’ Reimagining Infrastructure series.

Check out the slideshow below.

Next-Gen Water Infrastructure from Orion Magazine on Vimeo.

“Unacceptable Levels” Screening in NYC and WDC

The makers of “Potomac: the River Runs through Us” know the importance of understanding what contaminants are in our environment. “Unacceptable Levels” continues to shed light on the 80,000 chemicals and growing on the market today.

“Unacceptable Levels” opens the door to conversations about the chemical burden our bodies are being exposed to, so we can make informed decisions as we move forward. This film poses particular challenges to our companies, our government, and our society to do something about a nearly unseen threat with the inspired knowledge that small changes can create a massive impact.
NYC Screenings are May 31 and June 4 Lincoln Center Green Screens:
DC listing as well! Thursday June 20 at E St.

 The Unacceptable Levels trailer

Potomac Documentary to Show at 2nd Annual Reel Water Film Festival – June 15, 2013

The Reel Water Film Festival will be on Saturday, June 15th at the Bethesda Blues and Jazz Supper ClubPotomac: The River Runs Through Us will be shown during the “Afternoon Splash,” which begins at 2:00pm.

What is Reel Water Film Festival ?

The Reel Water Film Festival is a non-profit event which takes a two-fold approach to combating water issues both at home and abroad.  First, we host a film festival to showcase films submitted from all around the world, invite organizations to set up exhibits for the festival-goers to learn more about how they can get involved, and hear from film directors and experts about various issues surrounding water.  Second, we donate at least 50% of our proceeds to water projects in developing countries and right here at home.  The rest of the money stays within the festival to continue on for years to come.

All of the information about the day is on our website, including info about our feature film “Chasing Ice” and our “Dinner & A Movie” component.  Please click here to check out the festival schedule.  Click here for festival ticket information.

Visions ’13

The American University School of Communications’ Visions Festival celebrates outstanding film and video, photography, broadcast, and new media student work from academic year 2012-2013.

On May 3,2013, “Potomac: The River Runs Through Us” and the American Wilderness won the Best Environmental Film award. This award was given by the Center for Environmental Filmmaking.




Congratulations to the Potomac team on their win.