Director: Paco Ortiz
Producer: José Carlos de Isla
A journey from east to west, crossing the south of Spain from the birth of the Guadalquivir to its mouth, serves as a hub for this documentary that looks for stories related to water, flora and fauna, traditions and festivals, architecture, sports and history and how you live without water, with water, by, for, over, under and from water. And of its people, who together with the landscape, are the real protagonists of this audiovisual journal. And going through the whole documentary, like a fine rain, like a lens that we use to focus what we approach, the importance of the environment. Without water there is no life, and in this area of the world there is a lot of water. Water, like energy, is not created or destroyed, it is transformed, from one state to another, the difficult thing is in the balance. If it is altered, its consequences can be tremendous, so it is a good indicator of climate change. That and because it?s the best Earth temperature meter.
The objective of the documentary "Water Stories" is to raise awareness about the importance of water in our daily life, in various activities. Value such an essential good and understand that it is limited and must be preserved and cared for, since our country suffers from frequent droughts, and its rational use is fundamental to preserve this common good of life and health.
El objetivo del documental "Historias del Agua" es concienciar sobre la importancia que tiene el agua en nuestra día a día, en diversas actividades. Valorar un bien tan esencial y entender que es limitada y hay que preservarla y cuidarla, ya que nuestro país sufre de sequias frecuentes, y su uso racional es fundamental para preservar este bien común de vida y salud.