Canadian filmmakers Jennifer Baichwal and Nick de Pencier are following up their 2006 epic, Manufacturing Landscapes, with another magnus opus entitled Watermark. The film is once again a collaboration with photographer Edward Burtynsky, whose photographs capture man’s impact on the natural world with heart-stopping scale. “The richness of this film was dependent upon the proper use of technology,” explained Baichwal to The Creators Project. “This film is about allowing you to experience these places. If it opens up your consciousness to make you think about something you take for granted — turning on a tap, having a drink of water, jumping in a lake, having a shower — all these things that we do without thinking about it. If it changes your perspective on that a little bit, then it’s done something; it’s meaningful.” Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is one of the film’s biggest champions, praising Watermark as “an immersive experience, with stunning visual language, that will transform the way we think about water, and our relationship to it.” To watch the film on-demand and learn more about its powerful message be sure to visit WatchWatermarkMovie.com. And for more from the world of Edward Burtynsky you can enter the mothership at Edward Burtynsky.com.