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Feb. 24, 2010 | 12:19 AM
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An Interview with Franklin Martin, director of HURRICANE SEASON

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, director Franklin Martin went down to New Orleans and made a documentary about a local football team.  Watch our recent interview to find out more about the film.

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Wednesday, February 24th at 7:30pm


Terry Bradshaw Presents: HURRICANE SEASON


Located just 15 miles west of New Orleans, the tiny town of La Place, escaped the cruel flooding of its neighbor only to suffer a different kind of flood: the overnight influx of 20,000 displaced hurricane victims. Electricity, food, water and shelter become scarce; traffic, unemployment and long lines prevalent. The school system was overrun with 1700 displaced students. Can teenage boys blown together by the winds of Katrina overcome the tragedy of losing their homes and school? Can kids with vastly different racial, economic and religious backgrounds co-exist? Can one-time high schools rivals set aside these differences to band together and lift the spirit of this broken community?


Q&A with the director and special guests will follow the screening.


Majestic Crest Theater
1262 Westwood Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90024
http://www.indiedocs.net


Adults: $13.00
Students: $10.00


Click HERE for tickets and more information.





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