Lost Rivers

The trailer for Lost Rivers has been released, a film I've been looking forward to seeing since meeting Katarina Soukup, the film's producer, way back in the summer of 2010.



"Once upon a time, in almost every city," the film states, "many rivers flowed. Why did they disappear? How? And could we see them again? This documentary tries to find answers by meeting visionary urban thinkers, activists and artists from around the world."

I'm not sure what the schedule is for forthcoming screenings of the final feature, but you can follow the film on Twitter to stay updated.

(From the archives: Drains of Canada: An Interview with Michael Cook).

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2 Comments:

Blogger Colin Jemmott said...

There is a small stream in the town that I live and work in that I would love to explore and find out where it goes. Here is a map:

http://goo.gl/maps/qcmME

None of it is accessible, but much is visible through fences. I live about where the question mark is, and really wonder where the stream goes there...

October 05, 2012 4:51 PM  
Blogger David Eng said...

Cool. This film has its World Premiere next week in Toronto.

http://planetinfocus.org/festival-films/opening-night-gala-lost-rivers/

October 05, 2012 8:24 PM  

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