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Title:
FEMA City
Publication Information:
[Buena Park, Calif.?] : Vanguard, ©2009.
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (70 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
System Details:
DVD; NTSC, Region 1; widescreen format; Dolby Digital.
Language:
English
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Title on container: Greetings from FEMA City
General Note:
Documentary.

Program content: c2007.
Awards:
Park City Film and Music Festival, Audience Award, Silver Medal; Accolade Film Awards, Honorable Mention; Central Florida Film Festival, Florida Project Award; Sarasota Film Festival, official selection; Trail Dance Fiom Festival, official selection.
Contents:
Special features: Aida Florit -- Buying FEMA -- Crime -- Silent night -- Trailer.
Abstract:
In 2004, a trailer park was set-up in a field in Charlotte County, Florida after Hurricane Charley destroyed buildings and homes. Nearly 1,500 people moved into the more than 1,000 trailers and it took on the nickname FEMA City. It is FEMA's policy to provide free emergency housing for up to 18 months. Once displaced, residents of FEMA City found that returning to their homes and to normalcy would prove to be one of the greatest challenges of their lives.
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