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THURSDAY APRIL 21, 8-10PM: BYO
is a nomadic storytelling series that takes place in unconventional areas within the community. Monthly, eight storytellers have actually seven moments to react to a theme. BYO airs on things brand new Orleans and it is a biweekly podcast on WWNO.org. We are teaming up with BYO on Thursday, April 21st at Jazz and history Center for our third Thursday to start 2016 Sync Up Cinema with stories on the basis of the theme:
"(Maybe Not) Your Money Can Buy"
1:30pm - The Master: recommendations in movie and movie conservation. Panel featuring Toby Armstrong (preserving a film via NOJHFF grant), Ben Solovey (regional film printing preservationist), and more.
3pm - most useful of this Fests & neighborhood Works. Top Louisiana produced short films from NOFF 2015, 48HRFF, the Louisiana Film reward 2015, as well as other regional works, like the Boatman and Shotgun Boogie.
5pm - Louisiana Movie Reward Social. Meet with the team behind the LA Film reward but some beverages towards the jams of DJ Loira Limbal!
6:30pm - Queen Sugar Panel. Meet the group that is creating Oprah and Ava’s QUEEN GLUCOSE, a Louisiana Story becoming stated in Louisiana. Discussion of Duvernay’s drive for #inclusivecrew and developing vocals and sight in white male dominated Hollywood. Producer Paul Garnes in attendance. Even more to come as we approach the date.
8pm - The Glamour while the Squalor, presented by Shotgun Cinema. As a rock DJ in late-'80s Seattle, Marco Collins obtained one thing virtually impossible: he became a star, as well as in the process assisted result in the town similar to grunge songs. Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains - Collins championed all of them and countless various other groups, had been the first to play their particular breakout records, and became the go-to source for latest and biggest in rock. But although he became certainly one of songs's most important tastemakers, Collins is much more than his on-air personality - songs is merely one of his true complex, unquenchable, and uncompromising interests. Director Marq Evans in attendance.
4:30 pm - Documentary development and diversity panel with N’Jeri Eaton (ITVS) and Loira Limbal (Firelight Media). MacArthur Foundation, which resources typically 20-25 docs a year, simply announced that it won’t be financing specific movies any longer, but are funding 5 regrantors. Two of them tend to be ITVS and Firelight, and both have expressed concrete desire for highlighting voices from the Southern. This can be a primary chance for local filmmaker to listen to concerning the forms of jobs and applications that two for the largest documentary funders in the united kingdom are interested in.
5:30pm - a lady, A Shark, A Robot with Misty Talley. Misty is Louisiana filmmaker who began with a fantasy, a tremendously cheesing dream that included comic publications and cheesy genre movies. Today, this woman is the very first woman previously having directed an attribute the Sci Fi channel and she's hectic making in Louisiana a slate of movies that use the woman attention for information and feeling of fun. In a keynote presentation, Misty will mention just how she built a vocation in movie and television, the woman Baton Rouge robotic shark designers and exactly what it's want to be a lady in a very bullshark globe.
6:30pm - Springbreak Shark Attack Happy hr with WIFT. After that join united states inside courtyard for a reception managed by WIFT and some tasty shark attack cocktails!
8pm - I AM THE BLUES (SXSW). This film takes the viewers on a musical journey through swamps of Louisiana Bayou, the juke joints regarding the Mississippi Delta and Moonshine soaked BBQs inside North Mississippi Hill Country. Visiting the last initial blues devils, numerous in their 80s, still living inside United States deep south and touring the Chitlin’ Circuit. Allow Bobby Rush, Barbara Lynn, Henry Gray, Carol Fran, minimal Freddie King, Lazy Lester, Bilbo Walker, Jimmy “Duck” Holmes, RL Boyce, LC Ulmer, Lil’ Buck Sinegal and their friends awaken the blues in all people. Director Daniel Cross in attendance and a performance by Little Freddie King.