Don’t Miss The Film ‘Who Owns Water’

This spring marks the official release of Who Owns Water, a new documentary film that examines how people and the landscape are affected by “water wars” and focuses on Atlanta and the Chattanooga River System.

With a population of 3.5 million (which could double by 2050), Atlanta can’t find enough water for residents. So far, people have attacked the problem by building dams and diverting waterways, but these moves are choking river flow and hurting the Chattahoochee-Flint-Apalachicola (ACF) River Basin downstream.

To examine this issue, TAP contributor Andrew Kornylak and fellow filmmakers David Hanson and Michael Hanson paddled 500 miles from north Georgia to the Gulf Coast to see firsthand what’s happening on the waterways.

Take a minute to “Like” the new Facebook page for Who Owns Water,  join the discussion, give feedback, and keep up on screenings near you. Also, the film will air on Atlanta’s PBA30 later this summer. It is also available for purchase at Vimeo On Demand.

Who Owns Water – Trailer from Andrew Kornylak on Vimeo.


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