Over three days in August 2005, a cataclysmic storm brought flooding and disaster to the Gulf Coast of America, leaving over 1,800 people dead in Louisiana and Mississippi. In New Orleans chaos ensued as the rising water broke through the city's levees, leaving 80% of the city under water and thousands sheltering at the city's Superdome, without food or water, seemingly beyond help from the authorities. While 90% of the population fled New Orleans, others stayed behind. Many were unable to leave, and some - including amateur cameramen, news crews, government agencies and storm-chasers - captured the unfolding chaos. Weaving together more than a hundred sources, many never seen before on network television, Hurricane Katrina: Caught on Camera reconstructs events as they happened, through the eyes of the people who experienced them. The documentary, from the Emmy Award-winning team behind 102 Minutes that Changed America, captures the storm and its aftermath with raw images of fear, grief and anger, alongside moments of humour, courage and relief.