World Premier of Brave Blue World, Dec 16th in Los Angeles

Inspirational water documentary premieres in Los Angeles

  • Brave Blue World premiere announced

  • Innovators reveal an optimistic future for water

  • Actor Matt Damon and activist Jaden Smith featured

One year ago, a documentary crew set off on an incredible journey to meet with pioneers who are finding solutions to one of the world’s biggest challenges – water.

After filming across five continents, hearing from the innovators changing the global water landscape and gaining support from high profile activists Matt Damon and Jaden Smith, the result is Brave Blue World, a documentary that paints an optimistic future for our most valuable resource.

The journey’s next step will be a Hollywood premiere on 16 December at the Paramount Theatre, Los Angeles, with many of the key protagonists, including Jaden Smith, in attendance.

Executive producer and founder of BlueTech Research Paul O’Callaghan, who spearheaded the project, said: “This is a huge milestone for us. The Brave Blue World documentary is a collaboration and celebration of the scientific and technological advancements that have been taking place, often behind the scenes, to deliver water services.

“From a NASA research centre, where we learned how water is recycled in space and a textile plant in India that is meeting 90% of its water needs from recycled water, to the world’s largest algae-powered wastewater treatment plant in Spain and a children’s home in Kenya, where 50 litres of water a day is being provided from humidity in the air, we heard many inspiring stories. We’re tremendously excited to be able to share these with a wider audience and move water up the global agenda as an issue we can solve in our lifetime.

What I’m most proud about is the plethora of global experts we’ve found to tell their stories. Collectively, we can now help raise awareness of these issues and help fast-track potential solutions.”

 The movement’s biggest surge of support so far came at Web Summit, Lisbon, one of the largest technology events in the world.  Paul joined Jaden Smith and Gary White of Water.org, a company he co-founded with Matt Damon, for a panel discussion that shone a light on Brave Blue World to an audience of 15,000 people from the tech world.

Paul said: “As well as being Hollywood stars, Jaden Smith and Matt Damon are water activists and entrepreneurs whose work in this space is really changing lives. For them to be involved in our documentary has lifted it to stratospheric heights.

“It is often an apocalyptic picture painted about the millions of people lacking access to safe sanitation and water. But through Brave Blue World, we can spread the message that the situation is improving, the technology is there, and within our lifetime we can cure these global problems.”

Anyone interested in hosting a local screening for your organisation or community can get in touch with us here. Details of local screenings will be announced soon.

For enquiries on attending the global premiere of Brave Blue World, please contact Kate Barry.

Brave Blue World has been made in association with Prospect Arts production company and:

Partners Water Environment Federation (WEF), DuPont Water Solutions, SUEZ, L’Oreal, and Xylem

Impact partnersWater.org, Water Alliance, Aqualia, and 501cTHREE

View the official trailer https://bit.ly/2CL5QPN

More details about the Brave Blue World journey https://bit.ly/2Ksu9Gq

Press enquiries to:

Leilah Nicola, WiseOnWater

E: leilah@wiseonwater.com

M: +44 (0)7464 262555

Issued on behalf of:

BlueTech Research

www.bluetechresearch.com

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