“Running Dry - A Call To Action” is a twenty minute synopsis from the powerful documentary produced by Jim Thebaut. 

Actress Jane Seymour narrates the show which features Shimon Perez, Mikhail Gorbachev and many other notable and knowledgeable individuals who discuss the worsening crisis which is killing thousands daily - and threatens to only get worse.  Click here to learn about what is going on - and why you need to care!

“Cambodian Water” - Here’s another video, this time from Cambodia, a country which has a huge water quality problem.  With 86% of the population unable to get decent sanitation systems in their communities, many young women and children are paying the ultimate price, succumbing to water poisoning. Click to watch the video.

“Water & Education” - This video comes to us from Cameroon, a country where water isn’t always where people need it. In an attempt to provide clean drinking water AND education opportunities to girls and young women, local authorities have installed a well near the school... Click here to watch the video.

“Water Planet” - According to United Nations estimates, there are currently 1.2 billion people who do not have access to safe drinking water, and 2.4 billion who lack proper sanitation facilities. By 2025, the U.N. estimates that some 3 billion people will suffer the effects of water shortages. This short film takes a look at some of the issues and suggests several solutions. It was created by Leonardo DiCaprio and produced by Tree Media Group & Birken Studios. Click here to watch.

“Tibet” - Tibetans have lived off the grasslands of the Tibetan Plateau for millennia but their way of life is being threatened. Asia Society has commissioned this exclusive video shot by Tibetan environmentalists throughout 2008, showing how as the plateau warms up, this environmentally harmonious way of life is now under pressure. Rapidly melting glaciers and thawing permafrost have disturbed watersheds for rivers, lakes and the pastoral ecosystems and the consequences are continental and beyond. Running Time: 11 minutes. Click here to watch.

“The American Southwest:  Are We Running Dry?” - with narration from Emmy® Award-winning actress Jane Seymour, this is a look at how the water crisis affects the American Southwest states and its escalating economic toll.  It was filmed at the Navajo and Hopi reservations, on Capitol Hill and in Las Vegas for an absorbing discussion about conservation, water reuse, desalination, population growth and future water policies. Click here to watch the twenty minute “Call To Action” video.

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Running Dry - The Documentary

Trailer & Jane Seymour

A global crisis explained

Part One - Introduction

A world in need of water

Part Two - China

A giant problem emerges

Part Three - Aral Sea

Water water where?

Part Four - Middle East

Peace through water?

Part Five - Africa

A promise unkept

Part Six - India

Expansion pains loom

Part Seven - USA

Engineered out of nature

Part Eight - Our World

Confronting the crisis


“A World Without Water”

The world is running out of its most precious resource. True Vision's timely film tells of the personal tragedies behind the mounting privatization of water supplies. More than a billion people across the globe don’t have access to safe water. Every day 3900 children die as a result of insufficient or unclean water supplies. The situation can only get worse as water gets evermore scarce. Click here to read more about the situation at channel4.com.

In this Earth Focus interview, Jim Thebaut discusses his film "Running Dry: Beyond the Brink." The film looks at water scarcity and explores the impact that a changing climate will have on the availability of water for consumption, agriculture and industry. Thebaut draws on examples from drought-plagued countries like Australia to see how we can cope with exacerbated drought and other worsening climate conditions in the future. Watch now...

“Running Dry: Beyond the Brink” is filmmaker Jim Thebaut's latest addition to the Running Dry franchise. It will be a documentary that will be presented in theaters around the world. Its focus is the impact of drought and water scarcity and its connection to energy, health, agriculture, food supply and international security. Click here to watch the twenty five minute preview video.

This is the story of an American city in crisis but it is not just about water. The story touches on the very essence of our democratic system and is an unnerving indication of what is in store for residents around the world facing their own water struggles.

The Story of Bottled Water, released on March 22, 2010 (World Water Day) employs the Story of Stuff style to tell the story of manufactured demand - how you get Americans to buy more than half a billion bottles of water every week when it already flows from the tap. The film explores the bottled water industry’s attacks on tap water and its use of seductive, environmental-themed advertising to cover up the mountains of plastic waste it produces.  Click here to watch the eight minute video.

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“StandUp 4 Great Bear” - This short film is based on Norm Hann's 400km standup paddle board expedition along the proposed north coast oil tanker route in British Columbia.The goal of the expedition was to bring awareness to the traditional food harvesting areas of the First Nations and the incredible marine ecosystems of the Greatbear Rainforest. Click here to watch this splendid documentary.


“Edible Landscapes” - What should a community do with its unused land? Plant food, of course. With energy and humor, Pam Warhurst tells at the TEDSalon the story of how she and a growing team of volunteers came together to turn plots of unused land into communal vegetable gardens, and to change the narrative of food in their community. Click here to watch the presentation.

“Water on the Table” is a documentary by Liz Marshall that explores Canada's relationship to its freshwater, arguably its most precious natural resource. The film asks the question: Is water a commercial good like running shoes or Coca-Cola? Or, is water a human right like air? Water On The Table was produced in association with TVO. The commissioning editor was Jane Jankovic. Click here to watch this documentary.

"Reclaim Your Mind" - Terence Kemp McKenna (November 16, 1946 – April 3, 2000) was a modern philosopher, whose main interest was psychedelics and their role in society and existence beyond the physical body. Terence teach us to think for ourselves and to enjoy every moment of our lives. Click here to watch this video.

“Volunteer Vacations”

From helping out orphans in Tanzania to building homes for Habitat for Humanity, travel experts say an increasing number of baby boomers are participating in volunteer vacations.
During these trips, known as “voluntourism,” participants work with various affiliates to offer services or provide relief to those in need. Over the past five years, according to the AARP,
the travel industry has seen a dramatic jump in the number of volunteer vacationers.
Check out this short video to see how people are having fun making a difference.

"Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead"

Focusing on two men whose bodies have been trashed by steroids, obesity and illness, this documentary chronicles the rigorous healing path -- including a two-month diet of fruits and vegetables -- that both attempt in a bid to rescue their health. Anyway, if you haven't seen this documentary you are missing out on a nutritional awakening.  So watch it and don't be out of the loop.  Click here to watch the documentary, courtesy of Hulu.

“Power For a New Generation” - Mark Jacobson, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Director of the Atmosphere/Energy Program at Stanford University chats with David Letterman about how the US can transition to using 100% renewable energy.  Click here to watch the video.

“Back To The Start” - Coldplay's classic 'The Scientist' is performed by Willie Nelson for the soundtrack of the short film entitled, "Back to the Start." The film depicts the life of a farmer as he turns his family farm into an industrial animal factory before seeing the errors of his ways and opting for a more sustainable future.  Click here to watch the video.

“Home Composting” - This short tutorial presented by Planet Ark ambassador Costa Georgiadis will tell you everything you need to know about composts and worm farms for the home. Click here to watch the video.

“Ocean Truth” - The ocean makes life on Earth possible, and it needs our help. Most people don't realize the long list of benefits the ocean provides us, nor how much we are connected and dependent on it. Actions must be taken to address these problems in order for the ocean to recover and become healthy once again. Come explore the ocean with us and find out how you can help. Click here to watch.

“Fighting with non-violence” - How do you deal with a bully without becoming a thug? In this wise and soulful talk, peace activist Scilla Elworthy maps out the skills we need -- as nations and individuals -- to fight extreme force without using force in return. To answer the question of why and how non-violence works, she evokes historical heroes -- Aung San Suu Kyi, Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela -- and the personal philosophies that powered their peaceful protests. Click here to watch.

“Peaceful Solution” - Willie Nelson is a man who dreams of a world at peace - and works hard to help achieve it. In this a cappella song, he sings of "A Peaceful Solution" to the issues that face the USA. He's inviting people to make their own versions of the song. Over 100 have been created!  Click here to check out the music - and to find out how to create your own "A Peaceful Solution". Click here to watch Willie’s video.

H20 Trailers...


“Big River: A King Corn Companion”


“Water Voices”

"Botany of Desire"

Michael Pollan, a professor of journalism and a student of food, presents the history of four plants, each of which found a way to make itself essential to humans, thus ensuring widespread propagation.

Apples, for sweetness; tulips, for beauty; marijuana, for pleasure; and, potatoes, for sustenance.

Click here to watch this documentary.



Hosted by twice Oscar nominated actor Woody Harrelson, Ethos explores the mechanisms in our systems that work against democracy, the environment and our own personal liberty. Woody blows the lid off our corrupt system in this powerful new documentary. Ethos examines the flaws in our systems that work against democracy, the environment and society as a whole.  

Click here to watch the film.