Film on Indigenous Water Struggles

$2,150 of $6,000 goal

Raised by 35 people in 27 months
Water is one of the most basic needs of life. For so many people in this world, daily water is a daily struggle.  Native peoples are usually first to have their water  stolen or contaminated, or be displaced to lands that do not have access to water.  There is no where in North America where indigenous culture is more intact than in Guatemala.  Although this film is shot in Maya communities in Guatemala, it is the story of many peoples around the world.

This film is self funded by Zach Zimmerman and Michelle Morandotti, but in order to complete this film we are asking for help. 

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Zach Zimmerman and Michelle Morandotti

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$2,150 of $6,000 goal

Raised by 35 people in 27 months
Created January 9, 2017
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Benjamin Kantner
25 months ago

water is life.

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Bee Hill
25 months ago

this water was once the tear of our mother earth

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26 months ago
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Andrew Lench
26 months ago

Great work!

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