Actor, director Harry Shearer presented his new documentary, “The Big Uneasy” at , Monday evening.
Afterwards, Shearer appeared in a Q&A session.
The film follows the idea that effects of Hurricane Katrina were man-made rather than a natural disaster. Shearer interviewed investigators and New Orleans residents, and he believes the city’s levees were too weak for the force of the storm.
Shearer is a part-time New Orleans resident.
Monday's was the first of five screenings, this week.
The film will be shown at 11 a.m. through Saturday.
Proceeds from the film benefit Upper Chattahoochee Riverkeeper.