Watch and Vote today for the two minute film “Let’s Talk About Water” featuring Caulfield School of Dance student Portia Becker, age 11.
When you click on this link to watch, you have to sign up then it takes you directly to the film. Please feel free to share the link far and wide!
Note: There are two films with same title: “Let’s Talk About Water”! (The other is created by the same team and features an adult actor.)
You can give Portia’s film a star rating and a comment if you like. The film with the highest star ratings will win the Viewer’s Choice Award.
Portia’s Mom, Jessica, says, “The Director of Photography for this film, Clancy Dennehy, is a friend of Cori Caulfield (Portia’s dance studio Principal) who suggested Portia for the role. And the director, Michael Rouse, was lovely to work with and helped make it a very positive experience. It’s really wonderful to be a part of it!”
Clancy Dennehy said, “Portia: smart as whip! I loved working with her!”
Let’s Talk About Water is an environmental initiative which was started as a film festival to draw attention to water issues around the globe. With the help of the Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science, Inc. (CUAHSI) and the Global Institute for Water Security (GIWS), it has evolved into the symbol for a number of water-related awareness projects, including a film prize and a podcast.
Good luck to all the collaborators!