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Claire Weingarten
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MINE: Four-Legged Survivors of Hurricane Katrina
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m January 15, 2010 by Manohla Dargis
One from the heart, the documentary “Mine” relates yet one more wrenching, infuriating story about Hurricane Katrina and the devastation wreaked both by the storm and by human error and indifference. While many victims in the movie will look familiar… the majority of the victims here have usually been seen only in the background, forlornly howling and wagging their tails. Read the NY Times Article

 


Friday
Feb192010

Extended Q&A with Geralyn Pezanoski, Director & Producer 
In the midst of getting ready for the film’s January premiere, the woman behind the camera took time to talk to us about this important new documentary. Read more

Friday
Feb122010

Talking Animals Radio Interview
GUEST: Geralyn Pezanoski--a filmmaker whose documentary, "MINE," a powerful and poignant movie (airing Feb. 16 on PBS' "Independent Lens)) that unfolds with both precision and scope as it tracks New Orleans residents who attempt to reunite with their pets... Listen now

Monday
Jan182010

The award-winning documentary Mine offers a gut-wrenching look at people's attachment to their pets, seen through the efforts of Hurricane Katrina victims to relocate animals from which they were separated during evacuation. In some cases they face similarly attached adoptive owners.

Thursday
Jan142010

Sad puppies are just about the most shameless thing to build a movie around (and I’m not above a tear or ten). So it speaks well to the seriousness of Mine, a Katrina-pets-in-jeopardy documentary, that a deeper, more vexing subject is prodded in addition to the sobbing reflex. Read more



Tuesday
Jan122010

Post-Katrina, Pet Custody a Prominent Legal Issue 
After Katrina, pet custody a prominent legal issue; new documentary highlights the problem Read more