Coming To A Screen...
 
 

The documentary “Running Dry” will be presented internationally during 2013 and 2014.


In addition to the listings below, Discovery will also be broadcasting the films on their U.S. network. 


Mexico:

Canal 22

TV UNAM 

KW


Ecuador:

Ecuavisa International


Pan Regional: 

Digital Latin America


ASIA

TBA         

 
schedule and screenings

The nineteen minute “Call To Action” video is available for viewing at any time, from any computer equipped with a broadband Internet connection.


Click here to watch “Running Dry - A Call To Action”.


PREVIOUS PRESENTATIONS OF RUNNING DRY

 

“Running Dry” was presented to a “full house” in Washington DC in the spring of 2007.   We would like to acknowledge those individuals who played a significant role in the organization and implementation of the event - Congressman Ed Markey, Congressman Earl Blumenauer, Patricia Simon, Jane Seymour, Dr. Susan Blumenthal, Bruce Morgan, Floyd Wicks, Sylvia Beltran, Carol Canamar, Patrick Cairo, Kent Turner, Timothy Brick, Pat Mulroy, Karin Krchnak, Daniel Reifsnyder, Matt Baughman, Thomas Medaglia, Sharon Gascon, Holly Galavotti, David Douglas, John Sauer, Mark Winter, Michaela Oldfield, Carol Kosloff, and George Clark.


Click here to read about the event in a “Roll Call” news article by Andrea Kemp.


The Chronicles Group held an “Evening of Film and Art: Raising Awareness and Funds for the Global Drinking Water Crisis”  on Thursday, September 20, 2007, from 6:00 — 8:00 p.m. The event was hosted by The Embassy for the Republic of Poland, 2640 Sixteenth Street, N.W. District of Columbia.


The final screening of RUNNING DRY in 2006 was in South Africa on November 6, 2006.  Producer / director Jim Thebaut and narrator Jane Seymour was in attendance at the event, which was held at the CSIR Convention Center.


RUNNING DRY was premiered last year and was presented in a variety of powerful and effective venues which included geopolitical, academic, corporate and film festival experiences. This included a March 2005 Washington DC presentation in the Russell Senate Building for members and staff of the US Congress. During this event copies of the documentary were passed out to every member of Congress. Furthermore, it was also screened at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and the Woodrow Wilson Center. Consequently, the RUNNING DRY project was extremely helpful in the evolution and passage of the SENATOR PAUL SIMON WATER FOR THE POOR ACT.

 

In addition, on World Water Day 2005 the documentary was presented in Beijing to Government officials, press, scholors and students and in October was presented in Brussels to representatives within the European Union.

 

Significant presentations also took place at major US Universities. This included Southern Illinois University, University of California at Davis, University of Miami, Texas Tech University Law School, University of New Mexico and the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Future University screenings are scheduled or are in the process of being planned for Oregon State University, Lewis & Clark Law School, Ohio State University, Yale University, the University of Pennsylvania and numerous others.

 

RUNNING DRY was also presented at a various of Film Festivals. This included the Milano, Tahoe and the Los Angeles International Short Film Festival. In 2006 the documentary is scheduled to be presented on March 10th at the Delray Beach Film Festival, Boca Raton, Florida and on May 7th at the Los Angeles Harbor International Film Festival.

 

A very powerful and effective venue for presenting RUNNING DRY has been the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, Ca. This included its World Premier in February 2005 and several other screenings for members within the academic community.

 

The documentary was presented in Colorado Springs at the National Association Water Companies Conference. The effect has been powerful in establishing corporate responsibility regarding the global water crisis.

 

There were five RUNNING DRY screenings in three days within the state of Oregon during the week of February 20th, 2006.

 

On Tuesday 2/21/06 two screenings were conducted at Oregon State University's Eastern Oregon campus at Hermiston.

 

On Wednesday 2/22/06 a screening took place during the evening at Oregon State University in Corvallis.

 

On Thursday 2/23/06 a lunch time screening was conducted at the Oregon Capital in Salem. The screening was hosted by the Oregon State Resources Department. Furthermore, during the late afternoon/evening of 2/23/06 the documentary was presented at the Lewis & Clark University Law School in Portland.

 

The film premiered at the Dutch Water Museum in Arnhem, Holland during the afternoon on Wednesday March 8th, 2006.

 

RUNNING DRY was shown at the 4th World Water Forum in Mexico City  on Monday March 20 at 7:00 p.m. in the Banamex Center.  

 

Click here to read a message to the World Water Forum from the Dutch Water Museum.

 

RUNNING DRY was also presented at the Delray Beach Film Festival in Boca Raton, Fl. on Saturday, March 11th 2006.


On Sunday, May 7th 2006, the film was presented at the 2006 LAHIFF in San Pedro.  A fundraiser / awareness event hosted immediately after at Medéa Gallery was attended by luminaries such as Sir Eldon Griffiths.  Click here to see photos from the event.

The documentary “Running Dry” has been presented internationally since being released in 2006.


In July 2008, The New York Institute of Technology, in partnership with the United Nations and the World Bank hosted the International Water Conference: Drinking Water Sustainability: A Global Challenge. The Critical Role of Water Efficiency and Water Resource Management at the United Nations Headquarters, New York City.


This premiere conference brought together experts from leading water companies and United Nations representatives and member nations to discuss technological breakthroughs, developments, and advances in the field of life-sustaining water for the world today and in the future. The conference concluded with a call to action by Jim Thebaut and a showing of his film, Running Dry.