“Is it possible to make a documentary for the average person, from an average person’s viewpoint and be able to reach people on the same level as myself?”

-Dianne Wennick


The “Finite Water” documentary discusses global water concerns as seen through the eyes of an average person.

After attending the Global Water Summit in Paris as an academic participant, it inspired me to make a documentary without having any experience in filmmaking.

The film opens the discussion about water conservation, harvesting methods and adaptation to a new reality, where one could comprehend and develop awareness about global water concerns.

Several interviews and discussions are conducted concerning water management and our future’s outlook.

Our goal is to instill the idea that adaptation will take place in many places and developing new methods begins with observing what is happening around us.  It all begins with one’s own thought process, fresh thinking and exponential changes.

We hope to draw attention to how water concerns will affect us and open the discussion about future adaptation to such a significant change.  

The effects of water shortages are being seen all over the world in our lifetime. Adapting to a changed reality takes precedent in a world of over 7 billion people. Hear what others have to say about water conservation, technological trends and sharing ideas with the next generation. Is it possible to ensure a future with clean water for everyone?

Water is the mirror that has the ability to show us what we cannot see.”

— Masaru Emoto