The lives of millions depend on eight small clams working hard to detect contamination in the city’s water supply. Clams are the new canaries in the coal mine in this stranger-than-fiction peek at how humans create problems for the planet and then use living organisms to protect themselves… from themselves.
Julia is a polish director and cinematographer born and living in Warsaw, Poland. She graduated from the Film School in Lodz in 2012 with an MA in Cinematography. She graduated from the Wajda School & Studio, DOK PRO Documentary Programme.
Her award winning films have played at festivals worldwide including Hot Docs, Warsaw Film Festival, Kracow Film Festival and Bogo Shorts. She was awarded with prestigious Ministry of Culture and National Heritage scholarship the YOUNG POLAND.
She is a member of the Polish Filmmakers’ Association.