Lee screens Katrina film in New Orleans

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Lee screens Katrina film in New Orleans

PATRICK SEMANSKY/AP
Director Spike Lee, center, reacts as musician Terence Blanchard, left, and New Orleans mayor Mitch Landrieu adjust his jacket on the red carpet at the premiere of his documentary “If God Is Willing And Da Creek Don’t Rise” on Tuesday in New Orleans. The film is a follow-up to Lee’s “When The Levees Broke,” which depicted New Orleans and the Gulf Coast in the year after Hurricane Katrina.

Lee screens Katrina film in New Orleans

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PATRICK SEMANSKY/AP
Director Spike Lee, center, reacts as musician Terence Blanchard, left, and New Orleans mayor Mitch Landrieu adjust his jacket on the red carpet at the premiere of his documentary “If God Is Willing And Da Creek Don’t Rise” on Tuesday in New Orleans. The film is a follow-up to Lee’s “When The Levees Broke,” which depicted New Orleans and the Gulf Coast in the year after Hurricane Katrina.
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