WSR and Magic Pebble Media Welcome you to become a part of Film Making History.
Three ways to get involved:
Simply forward this email to a friend. You may know a boating enthusiast or someone passionate about the environment and who would like to participate in our prescreening as well as volunteer to help promote our film.
Volunteer. We have several volunteer positions to help us raise awareness about our film as well as raise funds for its completion.
Donate. Your donations are tax deductable and your name may appear on the credits of our final cut of Rock The Boat!
Okay, so we don't usually post notices here. But this time we're making an exception. Why?
1. Because we love L.A.
2. Because we love Water.
3. Because we know the film director : )
Moreover, when LA's river was shackled by cement, the city's lifeblood was iced over by concrete. Revive the water flow and life will once again flow more freely and flourish. We're all for that.
So during this 82nd Annual Oscar Week, take a little time and take in a Doc about the city that cradles the film industry.
Magic Pebble Media and WSR Creative present "ROCK THE BOAT - Reclaiming the LA River"
ROCK THE BOAT - a fresh new doc One man's dream to kayak in Los Angeles,
a cemented-in river, and
a watershed moment for the nation.
“Rock the Boat” follows a controversial and surreal boating expedition down the cemented-in Los Angeles River and looks at how the ‘city of dreams’ turned into nightmare sprawl due to our history of using, managing and re- working nature in a single-minded quest for 'more'. (Think Huckleberry Finn meets "Chinatown"). "Rock the Boat" is about how we found paradise, lost it, and might re-claim it. By turning the LA River into a vibrant focal point of LA, as many are now envisioning, this ever-expanding city might be again alive with hope and dreams, while becoming almost completely locally reliant for its water supply.
"On The Edge" (6 minutes short)
In the summer of 2008 a group of intrepid A ngelenos embarked on an unlikely and very illegal adventure: to boat the entire 51-mile length of the forbidden LA River. Just after they were stopped by police in helicopters, they were met by three groups of dancers.
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