World Water Film Festival
Columbia University’s Climate School will host the inaugural World Water Film Festival on Sunday, March 19th, at The Forum (601 W 125th St, New York, NY 10027), from 9am-7pm EST. WWFF kicks off New York Water Week’s programming leading up to the UN Water Conference, March 22-24th, where 440 water organizations will gather for only the second time in 50 years. The event is free and open to the public – kids and adults of all ages are welcome!
WWFF is a non-profit film festival focusing on uplifting stories about the human-water relationship to inspire equitable action. By combining art and activism, WWFF looks to a future with a strong relationship between filmmakers, organizations, and the human population in support of building sustainable and cleaner water resources.
RSVP today at https://worldwaterff.org/