Orange County, CA— Two fellas from Orange County are pushing a big vision. Local boys Fraser Kershaw and Brent Kuzle are both part of a groundbreaking film that literally changes deathly water into clean water. Fraser Kershaw is the protagonist in the film that takes the viewers on a wild ride through rural villages helping people gain access to clean water. Our very own Brent Kutzle is part of One Republic’s Grammy Award winning ensemble, and he is laying down the score for the film.
National Geographic’s Doug Clevenger unflinchingly directs, while Hollywood’s Oscar winning Gray Frederickson (Godfather, The Outsiders) pushes the efforts with Emmy award winning Greg Mellott (Jackie Chan, Dream no little Dream) on the production side. We think all their efforts are most eye-catching and appealing collectively living out the hero lifestyle as a team.
Sawyer Filters out of Florida is teaming up with this multi-talented team to help with their efforts. With this much love and action going around we can’t help but get excited for our Orange County boys to come through.
Kershaw says, “It’s exciting to watch so many talented and creative people come together on behalf of 1 billion people who are lacking clean water.”
A movie that actually gives people clean water is a success alone, let alone in the awards category. Few things compare to beautiful Orange County, California and the experience of watching a film following Fraser Kershaw through the jungle as One Republic’s Brent Kutzle lays down the music adds to the gritty landscapes and daily obstacle to gain access to clean water. Kutzle says, “This was the first time I had been approached to do anything like this and seeing some of the rough footage was beyond enough to say yes. I hadn’t talked to Fraser in years and he briefly mentioned it to me in passing one day. Doing a project like this is the best way to reconnect with an old college peer.” Orange County is hopeful for this film to reach the world and we hope it sparks a change.
Catch a glimpse right here: http://www.behindthewater.com