"Chris Eyre" (born 1968), an enrolled member of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, is a film director and producer who as of 2012 is chairman of the film department at the Santa Fe University of Art and Design.

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There were no jesters, there were no bands, there were no people expect for us.

At exactly 5:30, because I was watching my watch very closely, I just felt the entire building shaking and it looked like the entire ceiling just moved.

The Sheraton Hotel took very good care of us. I feel like I owe my life to the Sheraton Hotel, I do, ... My airline pulled out on me, but out there, hotels pulled out and abandoned their guests. Hotels all around us... I would much rather have had my airline pull out on me than my hotel.

I was lucky, I had a Verizon phone and it had great service all through the storm.

Bedroll to bedroll about the size of a single sleeping bag.

I tried to get them to book a flight into Salt Lake City, Las Vegas and they just said, 'There are no flights,'.

Dan King is my hero.

In Salt Lake City, a lady said, 'There's a hurricane in Florida,' and I said, 'Oh, I'm glad I'm not going to Florida,' and I didn't think any more about it, ... I didn't have any idea that a hurricane was even approaching when I got there. I wasn't aware of it, not at all.

I can remember, we walked by one little shop and the owner was just sitting there on the steps with his head in his hands like he didn't know what he was going to do. I felt so sorry for him.