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According to Bayou Buzz, there is a documentary about New Orleans and Katrina, on the horizon. Evidently a crew was already on site recording a documentary about Habitat for Humanity's efforts to build houses there, pre-Katrina. After Katrina landed the team making the film knew their movie hand changed. They have both pre and post Katrina footage, but there is no mention of footage obtained during the storm.

Hopefully, this will continue to keep the heat on people, and remind them that the residents of New Orleans still need help. --Terrence Ryan

Posted by on December 28, 2005 7:58 PM
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