In November of 1964, the West Coast was inundated by heavy rain from Central California north to Oregon and Washington and east to Idaho creating epic and catastrophic flooding. In the making of this film over 60 people were interviewed about their experiences. The Film makers have included archival photos, video and 16 mm footage to bring the stories to life. This film salutes the problem solvers and creative thinkers who were the working class heroes of the 1964 flood.
Produced by Jete-Miro Productions, A Dream Maker Project of The Ink People Center for the Arts.