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Early bird discounts available for the New Orleans Film Festival until August 31st

New Orleans Film Festival 2022

For so many seasoned millennials, it pays to be thrifty. Just because you no longer eat day-old bakery dumpster bagels doesn’t mean the principle isn’t still there. Seeing as how the New Orleans Film Festival is basically a millennial going into its 33rd year, it makes perfect sense that they would also love the idea of coupons.

Through August 31st, the New Orleans Film Festival is offering $50 off All-Access Festival passes. If you’re a New Orleans Film Society member, take another $50 off. If you’re unfamiliar with the fest, here’s what’s happening:

The festival, dubbed one of the “25 coolest film festivals in the world” by MovieMaker magazine, will run from November 3rd through the 8th in various venues across New Orleans. The festival will include panels, pitches, parties – it’s all the good P-word alliteration that you want to hear when shopping your projects, looking for networking opportunities, or simply preparing for almost a week of authentic cinema by local creators.

Triumphantly, the festival will be held in person and all films will also stream virtually. The New Orleans Film Fest celebrates emerging and established talent from all backgrounds and gives out tens of thousands of dollars in awards each year, not to mention the creative recognition for persevering filmmakers. They also are an inclusive environment for a diverse array of filmmakers: 50% of all submissions will be directed by women and gender non-conforming filmmakers and 55% or more will be included by filmmakers of color.

Get your All-Access New Orleans Film Festival passes right here and embrace the spark of more than 170 filmmakers coming together to support each other’s artistry.

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