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Proposed Enhancements For Louisiana Film Program Focus On Long-Term Investment
5.3.17 - Senate bills seek to increase digital entertainment jobs, improve budget predictability
A locally produced movie is a big hit in the ArkLaTex
2.14.17 - BOSSIER - CADDO PARISH - Phillip Wade is a minister by night and a wannabe actor by day. He is the creator of the local independent movie "The Wannabes" which was made on a shoe string budget with most of the volunteer actors spending hours of their weekends to make an old time comedy movie about a Bible selling couple who eventually trade in their Bibles for Tommy guns to rob banks.
Create Louisiana French Culture Filmmakers Grant
2.1.17 - Create Louisiana--in partnership with Deep South Studios, the New Orleans Film Society, + the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities--is launching a new grant. This $32,500 Create Louisiana French Culture Filmmakers Grant cash grant will support either a 50-min documentary project or a 25-min scripted short narrative film that incorporates strong elements of the French culture and history of Louisiana.
New Orleans-shot 'Mudbound' captivates Sundance, prompts early Oscar buzz
1.23.17 - The 2017 Oscar nominations are set to be announced Tuesday (Jan. 24), but the Louisiana film industry just received a good reason to look forward to next year's award season. The New Orleans-shot period drama "Mudbound" debuted Saturday (Jan. 21) at the Sundance Film Festival, and it immediately generated rapturous reviews.
Sundance: ‘Mudbound’ Premieres to Rapturous Standing Ovation and Oscar Buzz
1.23.17 - A year ago, “Manchester by the Sea” debuted on the first Saturday of Sundance 2016. That same magic must have rubbed off on Dee Rees’ “Mudbound,” an operatic drama about two families set in 1940s Mississippi Delta that premiered to the most enthusiastic standing ovation of this year’s Park City gathering so far.
1.2.17 - Cinema on the Bayou Film Society is pleased to announce the 12th Cinema on the Bayou Film Festival’s opening night feature film, Zachary Richard, Cajun Heart, which will make its U.S. Premiere at the Acadiana Center for the Arts on Wednesday, January 25, 2017, at 6:30 p.m., followed by a gala reception with honored guests, Canadian filmmaker Phil Comeau and Zachary Richard.
CineFlix Film Festival Coming to Baton Rouge in November
11.4.16 - John Schneider Studios & Maven Entertainment, Opening Up Incredible Opportunities for Independent Filmmakers.
‘Steel Magnolias’ Still Impacts Town After 25 Years
7.12.16 -

Hollywood came to Natchitoches 25 years ago. Some of the industry’s most famous folks made it their home and walked its streets.