September 11th, 2013

WATERSHED+ and the The Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers are excited to present Water Works. This two-day screening series will showcase critically acclaimed documentary, short and experimental films about water at two outdoor locations along the Bow river pathway in downtown Calgary. The event aims to encourage Calgarians to interact with their water sources, and to engage with independent film in unconventional ways.

Friday, September 27th Bow River Pathway (at the South foot of the Peace Bridge)
Saturday September 28th River Walk (East of the Simmons Building- 618 Confluence Way SE)
TIME: 7:30pm both nights
* This is a FREE event open to all- remember to bring a chair and blanket!
(Weather Permitting)



FRIDAY, 7:30pm
Blue Suns | Dir. Chloé Leriche | (2010) | 6min

Wavumba: They Who Smell of Fish | Dir. Jeroen van Velzen | (2012) | 80min

Satellite Installations by Joyce Wieland & Michael Snow, Nettie Wild and Noel Begin

SATURDAY, 7:30pm
Magnetic Reconnection | Dir. Kyle Armstrong | (2012) | 13min

Leviathan | Dir. Lucien Castaing-Taylor & Verena Paravel | (2012) | 87min

Satellite Installations by Richard Reeves, Larissa Fan and CSIF Film Club