Superstorm USA: Caught on Camera will examine the devastation wreaked by the storm as seen through mobile phone and personal camera footage.
The hour-long special will air on Thursday, November 15 at 10pm and has been produced by Mentorn Media.
"From the moment that weather forecasters made their predictions, people in New York and New Jersey documented the preparations, and then the frightening reality," said executive producer Steve Anderson.
"Trees uprooting, power stations exploding and people being evacuated from homes while waist-deep in water; everything has been caught on personal phones and cameras by a generation that understands the power of instant video messaging."
Sandy is believed to have led to at least 110 casualties across the US and the Caribbean, as well as causing mass property destruction.
Back in August, BBC Three commissioned another fast-turnaround documentary The Batman Shootings to explore the circumstances surrounding the shootings in Aurora, Colorado at a screening of The Dark Knight Rises.
Mentorn are still accepting footage of Superstorm Sandy captured on iPhones or mini-cam. Contact on Twitter @BBCSandyCam or email email@example.com.
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