Director Spike Lee is considering re-visiting the area affected by 2005's Hurricane Katrina to make a follow-up documentary to his critically acclaimed film 'When the Levees Broke: A Requim in Four Acts'.
The director won three Emmy Awards for the 2006 film, which focused on the after effects of the disaster which devastated the city of New Orleans, Louisiana.
And now Lee is convinced that the story of Hurricane Katrina's aftermath is still ongoing, and wants to capture the present day feelings of people living in the affected area.
He says: "I'm going to go back, not just to New Orleans but to other areas affected, because it's not over. What the press is not really talking about is the mental state - suicide, self-medication. It's horrible."