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Baton Rouge-filmed ‘Chances’ story of hope after gun violence trauma will debut at Celebrity Theatres on August 19th
Director and New Orleans native Scott R. Sullivan has chosen to tell a story about this underrepresented facet of gun violence with his latest feature film, Chances.
2023 NOFS South Pitch opportunities are an encouraging opening for Southern filmmakers to pitch their projects and garner cash and feedback to support them.
ITVS (Independent Television Service) has an open call for documentary filmmakers to acquire funding of up to $350,000 to co-produce their standalone broadcast-length nonfiction project with public media.
PBS’s ‘Southern Storytellers’ documentary is now streaming, spotlights Louisiana artists Jericho Brown and Tarriona “Tank” Ball
The Southern Storytellers series is a collage separated into three one-hour episodes, a vibrant palette of filmmakers, musicians, and writers all painted on the mural of the South.
With SAG-AFTRA and AMPTP negotiations crumbling at the West Coast midnight deadline, here are the updates and responses surrounding an impending SAG-AFTRA strike.
The New Orleans 48-hour Film Project is the local version of the 48-hour Film Project taking place in more than 100 cities across the U.S. this summer.
Sexy old-timey vampire violence moves from NOLA to Prague for ‘Interview with the Vampire’ Season Two
AMC’s “Immortal Universe” opened in the fall of 2022 with the first season of Interview with the Vampire. As Season Two now films in locations from New Orleans to Prague, here are a few tidbits about whether Interview with the Vampire will maintain its status as a “Louisiana-centric story.”
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