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August 26, 2009

Enter to win a Waterlife DVD! - now closed

By Colette

Enter to win a Waterlife DVD! (contest closed)

To Win — Answer one, or answer them all! Everyone who uniquely comments on this post (the more creative the better!) and correctly answers at least one of these questions will be entered into a draw. The winners (who will be randomly selected on Friday, September 11 at 5pm PST) will win a free WATERLIFE DVD!

  1. Who narrates Waterlife?
  2. Name another film by Kevin McMahon with water as its main theme.
  3. Name 3 musicians featured in the Waterlife soundtrack.
  4. Name one or more of Waterlife’s “Community Partners”

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Good luck, and and feel free to get creative with your answers. It’s all in good fun!

*Winners have been contacted. Thank-you for your participation. This contest is now closed.

Waterlife now available on DVD in Canada! (US release date coming soon.)
Featuring Paddle to the Sea (short film) which was the director’s inspiration for the film.

Available on our webstore and for rent at your local Blockbusters.

Tag(s): Big Picture, Blogging, Climate Change, Environment, Film Launch, First Nations, Health/Health Advocacy, Hello Cool World, Marketing, Waterlife

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On August 26, 2009 at 05:19 PM Terry Lusk wrote:
1. Gord Downie 2. The Falls 3. Sigur Ros, Robbie Robertson and Brian Eno 4. Great Lakes United

On August 26, 2009 at 05:38 PM Michael Vanaselja wrote:
1: The dulcet tones of Gordon Downie of the Tragically Hip. 2: The series Cod: The Fish that Saved the World; The Falls; and McLuhan’s Wake... which really only has a water related theme in it's title... 3: Sigur Ros, Sam Roberts, and of course The Tragically Hip 4: Great Lakes United, The Council Of Canadians, and Georgian Bay Forever (We have a cottage near Penetanguishene and this organization and it's statement couldn't be any more accurate)

On August 26, 2009 at 05:40 PM Stacie Rafter wrote:
The Narrator is Gord Downie; 3 Band featured in the film are Sam Roberts, Sufjan Stevens, and Brian Eno. Other films by Kevin McMahon are McLuhan's Wake, In the Reign of Twilight, and The Falls. I really hope I win because I am stoked to show this to my environmental science students next semester and have a screening during Earth Week through our Peace Studies Club. Wish me luck!--Peace

On August 26, 2009 at 05:48 PM Garth Dyke wrote:
The narrator is Gordon Downie from the Tragically Hip and also Trailer Park Boys the movie. I would love to own the sountrack, i remember Sigur Ros, Brian Eno and Tragically hip.

On August 27, 2009 at 07:43 AM Darko Joksimovic wrote:
Gord Downie is the narrator, The Falls is another water-related movie, soundtrack features The Tragically Hip, Sam Roberts and Brian Eno amongst others, and community partners include the Great Lakes United and others.

On August 27, 2009 at 10:42 AM Arianna Welsh wrote:
The narrator is Gordon Downie from the Tragically Hip. I can't wait for this movie to be released in the US. I am an advocate of water quality and work with Doug Martz (he spoke in the movie about the canal drying up in his backyard at his home on Lake St. Clair) and am always promoting knowledge and educating the public of the status of our lakes/rivers. This movie, even though I have only watched it 1 time, is an amazing and accurate effort that I hope reaches everyone affected by the Great Lakes waters. I would love to see a U.S. premier for this movie in Macomb County, Michigan where Lake St. Clair users and residents can be aware of the seriousness of the problems and start reversing the damage.

On August 30, 2009 at 05:28 PM Nancy Bleck wrote:
Brilliant film! Will shake you and wake you and be sure to never take water for granted again. Narrated by Gord Downie, with music featuring Robbie Robertson, Brian Eno, Sam Roberts Band, Daniel Lanois, and Philip Glass. Partners include ecojustice and Council of Canadians.

On September 02, 2009 at 09:03 AM Omar Martinez wrote:
This film is brilliantly narrated by Gord Downie from The Tragically Hip’s. Sam Roberts, Sufjan Stevens, Sigur Ros, Robbie Robertson and Brian Eno are some of the talents that have contributed to the music on this film.

Colette joined Hello Cool World team back in 2003 and was a key organizer for The Corporation and The Take's grassroots outreach efforts across North America.

After being inspired by the organizing and awareness building potential of the internet and social issue films, she returned to school to study Communications and sharpen her skills.

Once graduating, Colette returned to Hello Cool World once again as a grassroots campaign consultant. She is now the Director of Distribution for Hello Cool World's new fair trade distribution arm.


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