We are excited to announce the OFFICIAL RELEASE of the film, Who Owns Water.

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First stop: Telluride, CO. We are an official selection for the 36th annual Mountainfilm Festival! Let us know if you are going to attend, we’d love to meet you and hear your feedback.

Screenings are happening around the US. We will announce them here. We highly recommend going to one of these if at all possible. You’ll get to see it in all its 2K surround sound glory on a big screen.

Who Owns Water will also be airing on Atlanta’s PBA30 in late summer 2014. Stay tuned for details.

Finally, the film is available for purchase at Vimeo On Demand. Please spread the word.

To all of you who have supported us, thank you. We are excited and honored to tell this important story of the Water Wars and of the people it affects most.

Sincerely, the Directors:

David Hanson

Michael Hanson

Andrew Kornylak

Paddle, Paddle, Paddle

“The thunderstorms we’d watched on television the night before catch me just before dusk as I near the GA Road 137 overpass, the only solid structure for 12 river miles. I reach the bridge just as the rain turns sideways and lightning breaks the gray twilight. From my tent on a dry patch beside a graffitied, trash-strewn bridge rampart, I pour a whiskey and call Michael. He too is in the thick of the storm, hunkered under a campground shelter 50 miles west, near Columbus. I can hear the tornado sirens through the phone.”

David Hanson penned a feature for Canoe & Kayak on our documentary, on newsstands now.

We also cut a video short for the magazine here:

Gulf of Mexico!

Live Flickr Map

As-Live-As-Possible Flickr Map is up, so you can follow along. Bring the brothers a cold one, I’m sure they will appreciate it!

Here’s what today’s map looks like:

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Promo Video

In case you missed it from the Kickstarter proposal, here is the pitch video for the documentary. Enjoy and feel free to share


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