LAFAYETTE, LA – The Acadiana Center for the Arts (AcA), the Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism (CCET) and the Media Arts Workshop at the University of Louisiana continues the free film series Film @ the Center on Sunday, September 19, 2010 at 2PM with a film on the post-Katrina aftermath in New Orleans.

96 min.
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This award-winning film generated buzz in the filmmaker's home city of Lafayette, Louisiana as well as nationally. Zack Godshall portrays an "unflinching yet touching story of friendship and loss," in New Orleans' post-Katrina aftermath.

Based on real events, Low and Behold tells the story of Turner Stull (Barlow Jacobs), a young insurance claims adjuster in post-Katrina New Orleans who risks his job to help a local man, Nixon (Eddie Rouse), find his lost dog. As this unlikely pair traverses the city, Turner comes to discover that some damage is immeasurable. Filmed on location in New Orleans only months after Hurricane Katrina, Low and Behold blurs the line between reality and fiction, creating a mosaic of images, faces, and voices that together make for a unique cinematic experience.

“Low And Behold will make a big impact for the survivors of hurricane Katrina.” -CNN

“Cracking central performances by Eddie Rouse, Barlow Jacobs and Robert Longstreet.” -Eye For Film

“eye-boggling” -Time Out London

“Ten festival premieres that ought to make some noise!”

“I laughed out loud” -Whitney Pastorek; Entertainment

“(Eddie) Rouse gives one of the stand out performances of Sundance…” -Chicago Public Radio,

"...what makes Low and Behold so satisfying [is] it shows all sides of humanity. There’s not one emotion, but many... I never thought a movie about tragedy could be so funny. This film covers all aspects of humanity in a truly thoughtful way." -CinemATL

Remaining films in the 2010 Film @ the Center schedule:

October 17 – “The Blob” (1988)

November 21 - 48th Annual Ann Arbor Film Festival (Film program to be announced in March 2010)

December 19 – “Louisiana Story and Louisiana Story: The Reverse Angle” (1948)

Film @ The Center is a free film series that exposes local residents and students to films that portray Louisiana’s people and way of life to an international audience while also allowing current generation filmmakers and film students to screen their work to a hometown audience.

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