Hartford releases ‘After the Clouds’ documentary highlighting people that went above and past throughout pandemic

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Going above and past right through the age of COVID-19. The city of Hartford launched a brief ‘thank you’ documentary Wednesday.

meals insecurity, long traces for meals and COVID exams, sickness, and demise: a 12 months unlike some other. but it’s another reason to be grateful of people who proceed to move above and beyond all the way through the pandemic.

“After The Clouds” gives viewers a glance on the resilience, dedication, commitment, and the work of public, private, and non-earnings worker’s in Hartford who have helped their communities all the way through the pandemic.

That comprises the work of healthcare suppliers, Hartford Public schools, and the department of Public Works.

Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin took part in the official unlock of the film Wednesday.

“We commissioned this documentary past this 12 months as a result of we knew we knew we were at a unique, historical second that became vital to doc,” Mayor Bronin defined.

Virgil Griffin, the area leader for the metropolis of Hartford’s branch of Public Works said, “within the documentary, you’ll see loads of issues. You’ll see us laughing, you’ll see us laughing. You’ll see us praying within the morning. There are certain things that we do as a team that makes us greater like family.”

Mayor Bronin delivered, “i’m hoping it offers you the identical sense of delight and gratitude for the city of Hartford that I think when I watch it.”

The documentary is the work of Hartford-primarily based Revisionist films.

that you could watch the film here.