All Films in the Collection • 26m
Watershed Revolution is a 30-minute film that profiles community members and organizations working to protect and restore Ventura, California’s watershed. It highlights the need for open space and floodplain protection, sustainable agriculture, and community awareness of our most precious resource: water.
PRODUCER and DIRECTOR
Brandon Paul Watts
BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT – Ojai-Ventura International Film Festival – November 7, 2009
OFFICAL SELECTION – Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival – January 15, 2010
OFFICAL SELECTION – Sonoma Environmental Film Festival – January 22, 2010
Copyright 2009 Rich Reid
Run Time: 30 minutes
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