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RACE

A story of high ground and low roads in post-Katrina New Orleans politics
Website
Official Website
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Overview

Genre
Politics, Minorities, Social Issues, History, and Human Rights
Synopsis

Against the backdrop of a devastated city, a largely displaced citizenry, and an increasingly divided community, RACE charts the unlikely 2006 re-election of New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin by a completely different electorate than had first put him in office.

Stage
finished
Running time
58 minutes

Credits

  • Katherine Cecil ... Director, Producer, Videographer
  • Miranda Yousef ... Editor
  • Ali Duffey ... Co-Producer
  • Royce Osborn ... Co-Producer
  • Brock Stoneham ... Associate Producer/Assistant Editor

Production Details

Prod. Co.
CecilFilm Productions, LLC
Country
United States
Years of Production
2006-2009
Locations
New Orleans and Houston

Distribution Details

Release year
2010
Festivals
Bermuda International Film Festival (2011), Roxbury International Film Festival (2010), Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival (2010), New Orleans Film Festival (2010).
Awards
Best Documentary, 2010 Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival
Language
English

Photos

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