Wade in the Water
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Wade in the Water
Six months after Hurricane Katrina, two filmmakers from New York offered a free filmmaking class at the first school to reopen in New Orleans after the flooding of the city. The students responded with such passion that the film "Wade in the Water" was unexpectedly created. This film is a composite of over 200 hours of the students' footage, creating a portrait of New Orleans from the perspective of the children who survived the worst of the storm and now live in the notoriously violent neighborhood of Central City. "Wade in the Water" recalls the universal experience… More