2004, 62 minutes 

Global corporations are rapidly buying up local water supplies. Communities suddenly lose control of their most precious resource. “Thirst”, a character-driven documentary with no narration, reveals how water is the catalyst for explosive community resistance to globalization. A piercing look at the conflict between public stewardship and private profit. Shot in Bolivia, India, Japan and the USA. Spanish, French, and Portuguese subtitles.

Cine Golden Eagle Award
The Chris Award, Columbus International Film Festival
First Place, EarthVision Environmental Film Festival
World Premiere: Full Frame Film Festival, Durham
Hot Docs Film Festival, Toronto
Margaret Mead Film Festival, New York
World Social Forum, Porto Allegre

clappingman“A provocative look at the current and upcoming water wars. After seeing ‘Thirst’, it will be hard to ever take water for granted.” – San Francisco Chronicle

“See this film and be inspired to act.” Peter Gleick, Pacific Institute

PBS “P.O.V.”, 2004

On the web at Docuseek: http://www.docuseek2.com/bf-thirst

To preview or purchase the film – www.bullfrogfilms.com/catalog/thirst.html
Institutional, community group, and home video rates available. With companion study guide.