Perfect attendance at Leeville movie screening
Godshall and Pasquier explain information about the film to the audience.
The free screening of the new film depicting the past, present, and future of Leeville was well attended Thursday night at the South Lafourche Library.
According to its filmmakers, Water Like Stone: A Portrait of a Louisiana Fishing Village, “Is a documentary about people living in a dying landscape” and a “journey through a world all but forgotten.”
Baton Rouge filmmakers Zack Godshall and Michael Pasquier figured only about 20 people would show up for the screening but instead were overwhelmed at the packed audience.
Staff photos by Babs.
Posted on Fri, February 22, 2013