The clear water in many springs is
turning a greenish tint.
Why? What can be done?
We will explore theories about how the springs are evolving and what the future holds for them. The focus will be on scientists who have the most empirical information about the current conditions of springs.
And using breathtaking cinematography, we will show the beauty that remains, bringing the springs to life in a spectacular way.
We will be the ﬁrst ﬁlmmakers to produce an immersive, educational 360- degrees video about the springs.
What kind of intimate interactions
do visitors have with springs?
What do these visitors know
about nitrate levels and ﬂow?
Why should they care?
What Can Be Done
Pumping water from the aquifer is necessary for life and business in Florida. What is the balancing point?
Our documentary will explore diﬀerent sectors’ varying perceptions about the springs and will explore diﬀerent suggested solutions. By having a broad range of voices, we are allowing our viewers and audience to learn about not only the problems but the challenges involved in addressing them.
"Just like the Everglades is a very unique ecosystem,
so too are the springs that are to the north of them.
And I think we have a duty to protect them."
-former Florida Gov. Jeb. Bush
Sponsors can get up to a 15-second announcement on television valued at an estimated $10,000-$60,000 (based on viewership projections).
Viewers of Florida’s Magic Waters will be educated, diverse, prone to leisure travel and from a high-earning demographic.
Sponsors help define Florida and its unique natural resources, as the film will be seen across the United States.
Interested sponsors will have access to a private screening of the film before it airs on television and in theaters.
What We Ask
Sponsorship for the film’s run on PBS
$25,000 - $100,000
Up to a 15-seconds lead spots for announcements
on PBS accompanying the film
$10,000 - $25,000
Up to a 10-seconds spots for announcements
on PBS accompanying the film
$5,000 - $10,000
Up to a 5-seconds announcement for organizational logos on PBS accompanying the film
We expect completion of the film within 12 months of securing
funding. Explica Media will provide a detailed budget for the
documentary project upon request. We can also provide a fiscal
sponsor if necessary.
EXPLICA MEDIA’S MANAGING DIRECTOR OSCAR CORRAL
has pioneered a unique brand of narrative non-fiction storytelling: entertaining, educational, inspiring.
His previous documentaries include Tom Wolfe Gets Back to Blood, and the Emmy-award winning Exotic Invaders: Pythons in the Everglades, both of which have run nationally on PBS; as well as Return of the Panther, a film about Florida’s endangered Florida panthers commissioned by the National Parks Service.
They are refreshing takes on complex issues that help spark important dialogue.
Explica Media has access to the people on the ground in north Florida who are involved, directly or indirectly, in the springs issue.
Explica Media has identified protagonists who will organically
intersect with the core themes of the film and embody the rich diversity of people with a growing stake in Florida’s springs.
This film will be a groundbreaking, educational exploration of water issues in north Florida.