You’re invited to the Santa Cruz Film Festival’s “test screening” of Water Makes Us Wet! An Ecosexual Adventure, Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle’s newest film happening October 15, 2017 at the Tannery Arts Center’s Colligan Theater 1010 River Street, Santa Cruz, CA
Join Beth & Annie, cast & crew LIVE, for discussion after the movie.
Water Makes Us Wet! An Ecosexual Adventure With Sandy Stone as the Earth is a poetic blend of curiosity, humor, sensuality, and concern, that chronicles the pleasure and politics of H20 from an ecosexual perspective.
Travel with UCSC professor/artist Beth, and former sex worker/artist Annie Sprinkle, and their dog Butch as they interact with a diverse range of folks including biologists, white water rafters, activists, water treatment plant workers, scholars, a tarot reader, doggie detective, flamboyant performance artists, and others. The adventure climaxes with a shocking event that reaffirms the power of water, life and love.
Guaranteed not to be a dry environmental documentary!
Tickets available at Brown Paper Tickets.
To hear our radio interview, click on the play button below:
Water Makes Us Wet: a Test Screening
Scheduled to attend: Beth Stephens (director), Annie Sprinkle (director), Keith Wilson (producer), Sandy Stone (narrator), Josh Tuthill (animator), Alessia Cacchet (Editing assistant), Donna Harraway (interviewee), Jordan Freeman (aerial photography)
Synopsis: With a poetic blend of curiosity, humor, sensuality, and concern, this film chronicles the pleasures and politics of H2O from an ecosexual perspective. Travel around California with Annie, a former sex worker, Beth, a UCSC art professor, and their dog Butch, in their E.A.R.T.H. Lab mobile unit, as they explore water in the Golden State. Along the way, Annie and Beth interact with a diverse range of folks including performance artists, biologists, water treatment plant workers, scholars and others, climaxing in a shocking event that reaffirms the power of water, life and love. Narrated by Sandy Stone.
Directors: Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle have been partners and collaborators for fifteen fertile years. Their Ecosex Manifesto launched a movement and officially added the E to GLBTQI. Their award-winning documentary film about coal mining in Beth’s home state West Virginia, Goodbye Gauley Mountain An Ecosexual Love Story now available on Netflix & iTunes. For the past year, their films and art projects have been presented in the prestigious art exhibition, Documenta 14, in Germany.