Ginny shooting video

Still Waiting: Life After Katrina is a collaborative project of producer, director, cinematographer, editor Ginny Martin, and Kate Browne, producer, Afro-Creole specialist, and research director.

The documentary was filmed between October 2005 and March 2007 and was funded by National Science Foundation, Colorado State University, and Women in Film.

Kate Browne

Kate Browne Kate Browne is a professor of anthropology at Colorado State University. Her first book, Creole Economics: Caribbean Cunning Under the French Flag, was published by University of Texas Press in 2004 and concerns Martinique’s colonial and postcolonial tensions with France, islanders’ concern for personal autonomy, Creole systems of status, and gender relations, and how each of these shape the thriving informal economy of Martinique. Her second book, Economics and Morality: Anthropological Approaches, was released in November 2009, and is edited with Lynne Milgram. Read Kate's opinion piece.

Ginny Martin

Ginny MartinGinny Martin is an independent filmmaker with two national Emmy Awards for documentary productions. She accumulated more than 25 years experience as producer and director for the PBS affiliate channel in Dallas, Texas, (KERA) and has produced numerous programs for public television, including The Power of Harmony (June 2006), Matisse and Picasso (Emmy nominee), The U.S. Mexican War (a four part series, and Emmy winner) After Goodbye, An AIDS Story (Emmy winner) Frozen Music, the Making of a Concert Hall, and Wildflowers with Helen Hayes.