Short film depicting a time when earth’s water resources are either contaminated or exhausted. This situation produces a new form of thievery known as “extracting”.
Written by: Jena Serbu & Mark A. Dahl. Directed by: Jena Serbu
“Over the past 50 years, as the world’s population rose from 3 billion to 6.5 billion, water use roughly trebled. On current estimates, the population is likely to rise by a further 2 billion by 2025 and by 3 billion by 2050. Demand for water will rise accordingly.” – The Economist (April 9th, 2009)
Created by The Tina Yothers Army: Jena Serbu, Beth Wexler, Dawn M Smith, Mark A. Dahl, Vincent R. Johns, Jordan Stalsworth & Scotty Yelity. Made as part of the 2008 National Film Challenge, a 72 hour film challenge from creation to credits.
Winner: Best Production Design, Best Costuming.
| Cast: James…………..Mark A. Dahl
Young Girl……..Klara Ladyzhensky
Water Peddler…J. Michael Stafford
|Crew: Editing: Beth Wexler & Jena Serbu
Cinematography: Jeff “Brown” Cuellar
& Scotty Yelity
Producer: Dawn M. Smith & Jena Serbu
Casting: Jordan Stalsworth & Jena Serbu
Set Design: Sara Scali, R. Vincent Johns &
Dawn M. Smith Lighting: Scotty Yelity