Woman of the Water is a moving documentary that follows Indigenous women healers and warriors as they share their relationship to spirituality and their fight to protect water. Each woman featured is an entry point to her respective community and traditions. We follow throughout her day-to-day life as she shares her knowledge about water, family, creation stories, self care and how her life has been shifting due to globalization and increased consumption. Water quality and access are some of the most serious issues negatively impacting both human and non-human life around the world today. There is no more important time than now to document traditions and knowledge of indigenous people. The women in the film are elders, youth, conduits of tradition and knowledge; it is important for their stories to be told and to document their stories in a way that is vibrant and respectful.