The tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina is coming up next week, and The Atlantic just wrote an article about what sounds like a great movie about it — called Low and Behold. Interestingly, it was actually made ten years ago.
Here’s the movie’s site, and here is it’s trailer and a clip. According the The Atlantic article, the clip is one of the pivotal scenes in the movie, and I can see why.
I’m adding this info to The Best Websites For Teaching & Learning About New Orleans.
While I’m at it, I’m adding these tweets to that list, too:
10 years after Katrina, an influx of newcomers has triggered changes in New Orleans http://t.co/KbNpmb0CIG pic.twitter.com/C3B7Z4mKbe
— Post Graphics (@PostGraphics) August 23, 2015
10 years after #Katrina a "New" New Orleans rises, but not for all: http://t.co/nmKVmYmNO6 pic.twitter.com/z9jsu3NNCk
— AP Interactive (@AP_Interactive) August 21, 2015
A decade later, Chris Usher revisits families and subjects he photographed after Katrina. https://t.co/03Cr9Rcz2q pic.twitter.com/L20yNcDZBW
— Post Graphics (@PostGraphics) August 21, 2015