Category: A Long Island Film, A documentary, A woman directed film, A first time director film
Director: Colleen Callan
Producer(s): Timothia Sellers-Hogan and Colleen Callan
Writer(s): Colleen Callan
Runtime of Film: 90 minutes
A documentary about Radium, Radon, Polonium and other toxins that exist within the groundwater and the aquifer that supplies the drinking water for all of Long Island. Earth Law Center, an environmental legal group has written a scathing report about three schools on Long Island with unusually high rates of cancer and many other medical issues. Hot Water on Long Island examines the causes, effects and potential solutions, using experts, public and private documents and science interspersed with the real life stories of those affected, who are or were sick, or who have relatives who have died from these deadly diseases.
My film is a WORLD premiere
Filmed in Nassau County, Filmed in Suffolk County