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A portion of the proceeds benefits the Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group.
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Heartbreak & Healing After Sandy is a poignant, one-hour documentary that explores the tremendous progress made and the daunting challenges remaining in northern Ocean County’s recovery, two years after Superstorm Sandy made landfall in New Jersey.
The documentary premiered on WHYY (PBS in Philadelphia) in November 2014, and is currently airing on NJ-TV (PBS in NJ) and Ocean County College's Channel, Ocean TV-20.
The film has been screened at a number of venues including Ocean County College, Toms River Country Club, the Ocean County Library, and the NJ Film Festival at Rutgers.
DVDs are now available for purchase via this web site, or for loan from the Ocean County Library.
Project Sponsorship & Support: Heartbreak & Healing After Sandy is a sponsored project of the New Jersey Media Arts Center, Inc.
Major funding for the project has been provided by theJay and Linda Grunin Foundation, and the Brion B. Applegate Trust.
Additional funding has been provided by New Jersey Natural Gas; the Paul and Dana Magno Family Foundation; the James R. and Sharon Maida Foundation; and Madaras Gallery.
Support also has been provided by the Peter R. and Cynthia K. Kellogg Foundation; the Wintrode Family Foundation; Carl’s Fencing, Decking & Home Improvements; Brilliant Environmental Services; and Judi and Stephan Leone.
Additional Stories about Superstorm Sandy:
The first piece was produced from footage shot in 2012, within the first two months after the storm.
In the second piece,"Homeless in Seaside Park," Faith Liguori reads her poignant open letter, that eloquently expresses the frustration experienced by many struggling to recover from the storm.