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Arsenic: The Largest Mass Poisoning in History - Trailer

Posted on: July 8, 2006 | Views: 320 | Comment

Arsenic is the first-ever documentary film exploring 'the largest mass poisoning in history.' This compelling expose of the devastating effects of drinking poisoned groundwater on tens of millions of people throughout Asia captures the tragic paradox of being killed by the very substance that gives life. Heartfelt, yet devoid of sentimentality, Arsenic reveals how we can simply, affordably prevent water and arsenic related diseases and positively change lives with only a few dollars and a lot of ingenuity.

Global Water Trust is a Los Angeles based nonprofit organization focused on providing clean safe water to school children and their families throughout the world. Over the past two years, the organization has provided clean water to over 10,000 people.

Global Water Trust has aligned with Fox Entertainment Group, Schlumberger, IFILM.com, Santa Monica Malibu School District and other national school districts to launch Quench School Partnerships, a national and international initiative that partners U.S. school children with developing world school children to increase awareness and funding for clean water and conservation projects worldwide.

Rob Kramer - Director
Roger Jackson - Producer
Elisa Bonora - Editor
Adam Biddle - Cinematographer
John Adair - Composer (Emoto Music)  

Tags:
environment • drinking water • poision • Bangladesh