“The Green Screen” presents A Village Called Versailles, by Leo Chaing.
Welcome to Versailles, New Orleans—home to the densest ethnic Vietnamese population outside of Vietnam. For over 30 years, its residents lived a quiet existence on the edge of New Orleans. But then came Hurricane Katrina, the immense garbage piles, and the shocking discovery of a toxic landfill planned in their neighborhood. Watch as they fight back, turning a devastating disaster into a catalyst for change and a chance to build a better future.
“The Green Screen” is a free monthly environmental film series produced by Charitable Film Network and The Green Project. Screenings are held monthly at The Green Project Warehouse. Refreshments provided by Chef Byron Peck of Elizabeth’s Restaurant. Admission: Free and open to the public.
Event Time: 19:00:00