Louisiana post-production workers are invited to gather for a fun networking event on Friday, September 29th, in New Orleans.
Open call for Louisiana horror filmmakers: Submit a short for NOVAC’s ‘Swamp Screams’ night by September 29th
NOVAC will hold its CRESCENT CINEMA night of “Swamp Screams” on October 26th at Gallier Hall in New Orleans, and invites its Louisiana horror filmmakers to submit narrative and documentary short films by September 29th.
The New Orleans Film Society has released the lineup of the 2023 New Orleans Film Festival, with the in-person festival scheduled for November 2nd through November 7th, while virtual screenings will run through November 12th.
#CreateLouisiana Grant Winner and Lafayette Director Drake LeBlanc Explores Creole Trail Riding Culture with ‘Footwork’
In Southwestern Louisiana and East Texas, weekend horseback riders carry the tradition of 18th-century Black cowboys, and it is this pocket of living Creole tradition that Director Drake LeBlanc explored in his #CreateLouisiana-winning documentary short film Footwork.
Louisiana Post Production Workers Assemble: Open Invite Post Meetup at Zony Mash Beer Project on August 25th
Louisiana post-production workers from all backgrounds are invited to gather for an evening of professional camaraderie for round two of the Louisiana Post Up LA meetups.
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.
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.
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.