Photographer Edward Burtynsky and director Jennifer Baichwal give us an inside look into the making of their cinematic feat, Watermark. The documentary was shot using groundbreaking 5K ultra high definition photography and aerial technology and explores mankind's complicated relationship with water, using a diverse set of stories that challenge how easily we take it for granted.

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Screenings: burtynsky-water.com/watermark/us-screenings-theatre-listings/

Part of a new series from The Creators Project exploring how technology is providing new canvases for artists, allowing new methods of creation. See more: bit.ly/1jNSSAp

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Thumbnail: Colorado River Delta #2, Near San Felipe, Baja, Mexico, 2011

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