DigDeep digs wells, but we also dig great films. (Since we’re in LA, we almost can’t help it.) That’s why we’re excited to support our friend Mukesh and his Silent Water Film.
SWF is a brilliant short film on the water crisis. It turns it’s unique (black & white) eye toward water, corruption and daily life in rural South India. The film has a huge human rights element - provoking some serious thoughts about water access and payment processes in the developing world.
If you’re in LA, you can see the movie at a free screening on June 21st.
So tell your assistant to pencil it in (or just save it to your google calendar.) The Charlie Chaplin in you will be so pleased. You can RSVP here.
WHAT: Silent Water Screening
WHEN: Thursday, June 21. 7:30PM
WHERE: Woman’s Club of Hollywood - 1749 La Brea Ave (@ Franklin)