Here’s the latest version of the trailer for Ike: A Documentary: The Story of a Torn City Rebuilt by Everyday Heroes. The movie was created by students in Mr. Weiss’s film class at Galveston’s Ball High School.
It all began on the first day of school after the hurricane as students sat together in the advanced media technology class and talked about their storm experiences.
Some students had lost everything. Austin [Almanza]’s family lost their house. William [Gomez] got separated from his family and spent the storm at the high school, which became an emergency shelter during the storm.
As they discussed the storm, “I posed the question,” Weiss recalled. “Do you think we should do a documentary about this?”
- A project close to their hearts [Houston Chronicle]
- Our Story [Ike Documentary]
- New trailer for “IKE: A DOCUMENTARY” [YouTube]
I can’t wait to see the whole thing. Good work students!
2:49 is enough for me. That is going to be one emotional documentary to watch.