A look inside the early days of the Iraq war from the perspective of both Iraqi citizens and American soldiers.
Director: David SchisgallCo-Editor: Andrew Hafitz
Director: David Schisgall Co-Editor: Andrew Hafitz
A LOUD COLOR
DIRECTOR, DP, EDITOR
Full Frame Documentary Film Festival
Austin Film Festival
Festival International du Film d'Environnement Paris
Atlanta Film Festival
While sorting through the debris of the African American community center he opened one month before it was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, 72-year-old Louis Harding talks about history and heroes and why he can't give up on his lifelong dream.
Featured on NPR
Streamed on IFC's website
Screened at Duke University's Center for Documentary Studies
New Orleans Film Festival
Arizona Film Festival (Winner)
Set against the stark and surreal landscape of a desolate Crescent City, Holdout is a portrait of a New Orleanian who refused to leave his house before or after Hurricane Katrina in order to care for his 18 pets.