Water is the topic of a film festival at Sierra Nevada College in Incline Village starting Sept. 30 with the screening of “FLOW.”
The Nevada college along with UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center will also show â€œBlue Gold: World Water Wars,â€ and â€œPoisoned Waters.â€
The movies delve into pollution, privatization and access with a global perspective.
â€œFLOWâ€ (starts at 6:30pm) is about privatization the world’s fresh water supply.Â â€œCharting a Course to Clarity,â€ a film is about Lake Tahoe’s clarity is being called a bonus feature. It will air after “FLOW.”
â€œBlue Goldâ€ plays Oct. 14 at 6:30pm. It looks into human causes of the scarcity of water.
â€œPoisoned Watersâ€ was a PBS documentary which looks at pollution in the Puget Sound and Chesapeake Bay. It will be shown Oct. 28 at 6:30pm.
A Q & A will be conducted after each screening.