Reflection: a walk with water Part 2

What does it mean to understand how water flows? The conditions that make life possible are rapidly changing. Reckoning with this reality on the cusp of another dry season that may very well ravage his community, 30-year-old filmmaker Emmett Brennan embarked on a remarkable journey to find stories of hope and healing. Emmett sets out to walk 200 miles next to the iconic but aging Los Angeles aqueduct, where he encounters ecological iconoclasts, indigenous voices, and permaculture designers who are challenging the status quo on how we use Earth’s most precious resource. The film delves into a profound and far reaching look at our relationship with water and offers a vision for how to radically redesign our lives around it.

This two part documentary takes a refreshing approach to confronting our current environmental and systematic troubles by showing how Los Angeles and other parts of California can be bellwethers for change. The film features original music from Grammy winner Jacob Collier. With voices and stories that speak to today’s younger generations, Reflection is both a personal meditation on water as well as a practical road map for change.

Part 1 of Reflection: a walk with water is available at:

Featuring: Emmett Brennan
Audio Languages: English, Spanish, German, French
Subtitles: English, French, German, Spanish