Organizations, schools, libraries, community centers, faith-based groups, and professional associations are screening "Trouble the Water" to engage dialogue and action. 

Fill out the form below for access to the free community screening guides. After you've filled out the form, you will be re-directed to the DVD distributor for "Trouble the Water" so you can purchase the Special Edition Community and Institutional Screenings DVD with public performance rights* to screen to small groups of up to 50 people.

**If you would like to charge admission or if your group is larger than 50 people, please click here 


[This film] is a powerful learning tool for those who do not connect fully with and comprehend the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina and the many social injustices that have exacerbated its impact...

-Flozell Daniels Jr., President and CEO, Louisiana Disaster Recovery Foundation


“My students found Trouble the Water a powerful educational experience, both academically and personally. For them it dispelled a number of media myths and cultural stereotypes while providing a riveting story of human survival in the midst of social injustice. The film will enrich any course on American politics and culture and is an example of independent documentary filmmaking at its finest.”

–Dr. Gregory Jay, Director, Cultures and Communities Program, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee