• Water Docs March 20-28 at the AGO
  • Deaucumentaires 20-28 mars
  • Campaign for Action & GOODCoins


Water Docs Festival

Save the dates for the 2016 festival: March 22-26, 2016. If you’re curious, here are the films we showed last March. Plan to celebrate next Canada Water Week with us on March 22nd! Enjoy high-impact features and shorts, lively talks with filmmakers, conviviality, and committing to action to protect water.
FilmFreeway LogoSubmit your films about water! We’re looking for films in two categories: Young Filmmakers and Canadian Showcase. Read more.

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Grade 8 teachers ...

Water Docs @ School Action Projects - see what all the excitement is about. It's a hands-on, interdisciplinary learning program. Students:
1. Explore community water issues. 2. Address them in action projects. 3. Create a short documentary. 4. Compete for recognition.

Click the image to see a video of two of this year's teachers sharing their experience.
Teachers talk about their experience

For details, please contact Bob Isenberger or call 416-963-4435.


Water Docs @ School

Water Docs @ School is going strong: The second year was a great success! A dozen classes took part this year in the GTHA - teams of excited and passionate Grade 8 students. At the Recognition Day at the Hot Docs theatre students watched documentaries and prizes were awarded for the best project and the best documentary.

After they celebrated their hard work, 16-year-old water activist Robyn Hamlyn shared her experience of presenting to town and city councils about becoming blue communities. Read more.


Special Thanks !

A heartfelt thanks to our volunteers! There would be no festival without your commitment and creativity!

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Lead Patrons & Partners David & Anne Patterson / Derek Day & Diane Donley / Ecoloodi / John & Thea Patterson / Learning for a Sustainable Future / Marjorie J. Sharpe / Robert & Sandra Rafos / Waterlution

And all the other people and organizations ...


Consider getting involved in an Ecologos program or hosting a film with your group or neighbourhood. You can see our programs here.