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Published on Feb 26, 2014
Water is the basis of life on Planet Earth. But from the Gulf of Mexico to the Arctic Circle, many of our major waterways and water supplies are threatened by drought, pollution and population growth. On April 23, 2014, the award-winning filmmakers of MediaLab at Pacific Lutheran University premiere their latest film on campus, "Tapped Out: Unearthing the Global Water Crisis," a new documentary that examines the current state of our most important natural resource.
MediaLab is a multimedia services agency housed within Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington. The organization serves clients on projects related to graphic design, photography, videography, advertising, marketing, public relations and more. In addition to those activities, another major focus of MediaLab is production of documentary films on a variety of social and public policy topics. Since its founding,
MediaLab has produced nearly a dozen films including projects that have garnered three Emmy Award nominations, two first-place National Broadcasting Society Awards, three Broadcast Education Association Honorable Mentions, one Society of Professional Journalist Mark of Excellence Award, and many other recognitions.