Its OUR Water

It’s Our Water!

During the first 100 Litres trip to Ireland, my team and I got the opportunity to join in on a local, 2-day Political Economy course, led by Stephen Nolan of Trademark Belfast. After the crash in 2008, the trade union movement designed these courses to help explain the global financial crash and the ongoing grab for[…]


History in the Making

The life of an independent filmmaker is shrouded in precarity. This is why so many of us eventually give up on our hopes and dreams of sharing untold stories with the world. The rest of us, the ones who continue, are either trust fund babies, Michael Moore, filmmakers with a passion and a day job,[…]


Behind the Scenes: The (messy) Creative Process

  While interviewing activists in Ireland and Detroit, many of them asked me about the creative process of turning their interviews into a cohesive story and full-length documentary. This process is different for everyone in the filmmaking world, but to give you an inside look at the beginnings of 100 Litres, I thought I’d let[…]

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Updates from Right2Water & Right2Change Ireland

The anti-water charge campaign in Ireland has grown very quickly. What started as a grassroots, protest movement under Right2Water Ireland, has now grown to a national campaign, called Right2Change. After establishing their Policy Principles for a Progressive Irish Government, Right2Change has been hosting meetings with the three pillars that comprise Right2Water Ireland – trade unions,[…]