Premiered recently in SF and NYC. Snip from description:
Faubourg Tremé is arguably the oldest black neighborhood in America, the
birthplace of the Civil Rights movement in the South and the home of jazz.
While the Tremé district was damaged when the levees broke, this is not
another Katrina documentary. Every frame is a tribute to what African
American communities have contributed even under the most hostile of
conditions. It is a film of such effortless intimacy, subtle glances and
authentic details that only two native New Orleanians could have made it.