he 2017 New Orleans Film Festival is full of fierce female filmmakers, and we are talking with some of our local ladies to find out their inspirations and movie-going rituals. Today, that is Claire Bangser. Read More »
Editor's Note: The 2017 New Orleans Film Festival is full of fierce female filmmakers, and we are talking with some of our local ladies to find out their inspirations and movie-going rituals.
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NolaVie extends its congratulations to Hollywood South columnist and regular contributor Brian Friedman, who produced and wrote the screenplay for King of New Orleans, which took home a Special Jury Award at the New Orleans Film Festival. Read Renee Peck's ... Read More »
About five years ago, filmmaker Ian Midgley sold his things, left his Los Angeles home and started driving around the country. “I was just looking for people who were doing different things, living in different ways than things ... Read More »
Editor's note: On Sunday, October 18, "Little Hero" won the special jury prize for documentary shorts at New Orleans Film Festival. About five years ago, filmmaker Jennifer Medvin’s son, 18-month-old Xander, began displaying signs of Autism. He was ... Read More »
The Orpheum Theater’s illustrious past has involved both music and cinema, so it’s appropriate that one of the New Orleans Film Festival’s offerings at the newly restored theater is about the making of a number-one album. The Reflektor ... Read More »
Oscar is coming to this year’s New Orleans Film Fest. Or, at least a potential nomination. In January, the NOFF became an Oscar-qualifying film festival for the first time -- in the category of documentary shorts. “What that ... Read More »