News, Views, Updates and More about the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival
Friday, February 24, 2012
The new feature length documentary chronicling the rising water levels in Louisiana, VEINS IN THE GULF, has just been confirmed for 2012 FLEFF Microtopias program at Cinemapolis.
Creating a complex weave linking rising water levels, destruction of coast lines, Hurricane Katrina, Cajun culture, the BP oil spill, oil and energy, bayou ecologies, public policy battles and the fishing industries, VEINS IN THE GULF changes how we think about and see Louisiana. The state of Louisiana produces a majority of our seafood and energy, as we learn in this exquisitely photographed and intricately edited film.
VEINS IN THE GULF screens Sunday April 1 at Cinemapolis.
Watch the trailer for the film HERE.
Codirectors and renowned documentary filmmakers Elizabeth Coffman and Ted Hardin will be present for the post-screening discussion.