Live Panel Discussion: The Last House Standing Film
September 28 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
On September 28th there will be a live panel discussion at 2 pm with the director of the film George Siegal, a former weatherman and TV reporter, who covered countless stories about people who lost everything in disasters.
This free screening was made possible by Move the World Films and the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council.
About the Film: During production, we filmed in Florida, Oklahoma, and California. We met people whose lives were turned upside down by natural disasters. Our film’s Director, George Siegal, is a former weatherman and TV reporter, who covered countless stories about people who lost everything in disasters. He explores the fact that most people think catastrophic destruction will never happen to them. And they have no idea if their insurance will actually get them whole again. We met people who not only lost their homes, but family possessions that can never be replaced. We roll the dice on where we live with no true sense of what the hazards really are. The Last House Standing is a wake-up call to everyone that we need to take control of our destiny and do whatever we can to protect our homes and our lives. We live in a world where everyone races to be first, but when it comes to our home, we want to be the last house standing.