Pastor Charles Garrison shares us a poem he wrote describing NOLA's (New Orleans Louisiana's) deep history as well as her struggles following Hurricane Katrina.

Find out more about the making of NOLA here:

This is the second cut of the film so there are still some problems that I'm currently dealing with. Audio issues is my biggest annoyance at the moment but I will attempt to fix the terrible "hiss" asap. There's also a little bit of a hiccup in the beginning that must have happened when exporting the film. Will fix that asap as well. Overall this was a very difficult edit for me but I learned a lot from the project and look forward to shooting more similar to it in the future.

Shot on the Canon 60D
Edited in Final Cut Pro
Graded in Apple Color
Sigma f/1.4 30mm
Sima 10-22mm
Canon 50mm
Glidecam HD-4000
Glidetrack SD-Shooter

Music: Chris Zabrinski, Lee Rosavere, Max Richter
Special Thanks to Charles Garrison, Renee Blanchard and the Forward Edge team that dedicated their time and helped make this happen.


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