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Director and Fable House’s own Misty Talley to host NOVAC editing workshop
Director and Editor Misty Talley will host the workshop “Editing Theory in Practice” at the NOVAC campus in New Orleans on Thursday, March 2nd. The “Editing Theory in Practice” workshop is an intermediate course and will cover editing theory, analyzing coverage, cutting compelling conversations, creating tension, coherent action beats, and even editing with VFX plates. The session will also focus on helping filmmakers improve their Adobe Premiere Pro skills.
February opportunities for Louisiana filmmakers: So much room for activities
Wherever you are in the creative process, there are entire networks devoted to helping foster the talents of Louisiana filmmakers. Here are a few upcoming events designed to amplify the voices of the Louisiana independent film community.
New Orleans-filmed ‘Daisy Jones and the Six’ series ready to soak viewers in desert poetry, sexy haze, and Timothy Olyphant’s mustache
New Orleans-filmed ‘Daisy Jones and the Six’ series, the adaptation of Taylor Jenkin Reid’s bestselling novel is set to premiere on March 3rd on Prime Video.
The cajun culture spotlight is on: 2023 Cinema on the Bayou, French Film Festival ready to kick off
Supporting Louisiana filmmakers is a year-round activity, and the Cinema on the Bayou Festival is ready to spark it off for 2023, starting January 25th, while the French Film Festival will run from March 9th to 13th.
Anne Rice’s ‘Mayfair Witches’ immerses the Garden District of New Orleans in haunted shades of blue
Mayfair Witches is a growing franchise from AMC, based on Anne Rice’s books and shot entirely on location on Prytania Street in the Garden District of New Orleans.
The 2023 Overlook Film Festival is ready to make NOLA scrape its nails on the basement wall in claustrophobic terror
Each year the Overlook Film Festival brings an internationally eclectic selection of the best horror films to New Orleans, Louisiana, the most haunted city in the country.
A tremor ripples in the bayou: Louisiana’s Kisatchie National Forest welcomes Adam Driver and prehistoric man-eaters in ’65’
In 65, Adam Driver crashes into a prehistoric wilderness (Kisatchie National Forest, Louisiana) and must survive with a pistol and some simple laser hand grenades.
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