'Hurricane on the Bayou' Comes to Imax Director Greg MacGillivray talks about his new Imax film, Hurricane on the Bayou, which explores the bayous of Louisiana before and after Hurricane Katrina.
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'Hurricane on the Bayou' Comes to Imax

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'Hurricane on the Bayou' Comes to Imax

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A plane flies over the bayou in a scene from Hurricane the Bayou, a new IMAX film. MacGillivray Freeman Films hide caption

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A plane flies over the bayou in a scene from Hurricane the Bayou, a new IMAX film.

MacGillivray Freeman Films

Director Greg MacGillivray talks about his new film Hurricane on the Bayou that explores the bayous of Louisiana before and after Hurricane Katrina.

Guests:

Greg MacGillvray, director and producer, Hurricane on the Bayou; film career spans 40 years

Tab Benoit, Grammy award nominee; wetlands activist; shares his story for Hurricane on the Bayou