The TheoEco Institute and the Ladies of St. Luke’s are holding fundraiser screenings of So FLo FLoods all over South Florida for Bahamian relief in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian. For more click here.
So Flo Floods, a feature-length documentary, tells the story of flooding in South Florida—flooding that has happened in the past, is happening now, and will continue to happen in the future.
Miami Beach is ground zero in the USA for sea level rise, investing hundreds of millions of dollars in pumps and other infrastructure to handle “King Tide” flooding and fight back the most immediate effects of global warming. But there is a much bigger story to be told of floods in South Florida—including floods from the past and floods that have yet to come. From Lake Okeechobee, to Stuart, to Belle Glade, to the Everglades, So Flo Floods chronicles these floods and the issues surrounding where the region is going and what it will need to confront if sea level rise continues as anticipated.