One Water One World
An annual event in Miami featuring inspiring talks about our water and its future.
The One Water One World (OWOW) Talks is an annual event in Miami, Florida. OWOW aims to build a strong community of people interested in the future of our planet in general and the preservation of global water resources in specific. We use storytelling as a tool to build bridges between government, industry, utilities, academia and civil society. Launched in 2020, OWOW aspires to be the top water related program focused on community building and public education.
OWOW is a collaboration of two Florida based 501 (C) 3 non-profits organizations: One Water Academy and Media for Change. While the Academy focuses on water education, Media for Change is committed to the use of storytelling as a bridge in a divided world. Media for Change supports non-profits with their storytelling and communication needs.
The Bill Cosford Cinema is located on the University of Miami, Coral Gables campus. The cinema is a recognized space for public screenings and events in the Miami area. The venue seats 248 people and possesses state-of-the-art audiovisual capabilities.
The One Water movie, or rather movies, were versions of the same global motion picture
created at the University of Miami. Shot in 15 countries, the feature version of the film
was completed in 2008. Multiple versions of the film were targeted towards various
audiences and included a feature cinematic version, a television version voiced by Martin
Sheen, a live concert version that was performed in various locations internationally,
including the Kennedy Center in Washingron, D.C.
Written and produced by Sanjeev Chatterjee, One Water was co-directed by Sanjeev Chatterjee and Ali Habashi. Ed Talavera served as Director of Photographyand Dia Kotaxis was editor. The score was composed by Thomas Sleeper and performed by the Russian National Orchestra. Sound Design was done by Jeff Stern.