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  • Retroperspective, the Jazz & Heritage Foundation Documentary Festival
    All day
    02/03/2017-02/05/2017
    1225 N Rampart St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA

    1225 N Rampart St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA

    retroperspective

    The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation, in partnership with the New Orleans Video Access Center, presents the second annual RETROPERSPECTIVE, a documentary showcase featuring the best in documentaries by and about southern Louisiana, with classic feature-length films paired with upcoming works-in-progress by current New Orleans filmmakers. This three-day showcase aims to connect the legacies of documentary filmmaking in the region with new and innovative works happening today. The weekend is free and open to the public.

     

    The weekend kicks off with a cocktail reception on Friday, February 3rd at 6pm at the new George and Joyce Wein Jazz & Heritage Center (1225 N. Rampart Street). The New Orleans Video Access Center and the New Orleans Documentary Meetup are partnering to host the event, which will be followed by the opening night film, A House Divided, Burwell Ware’s 1987 documentary about the segregation and integration of New Orleans through the eyes of those who remember it. Filmmaker Burwell Ware will be in attendance, and two current works in progress short documentaries will be screened.

     

    The full schedule will be announced Monday, January 23rd, 2017. Highlights of the weekend will include:

    Tootie’s Last Suit: In the aftermath of Katrina, the film bears witness to the Mardi Gras Indians who, in picking up the threads of their torn lives and tradition, are the spiritual healers of New Orleans. Followed by a Skype Q&A with filmmaker Lisa Katzman.

    PIANO (film) NIGHT: An evening with piano legends, this night will include a very special (secret!) screening of Doctor: A True New Orleans Legend. This is the first screening of an extraordinary work-in-progress about an infamous local character. We welcome you to attend this “piano night” and you will not “shuffle” away disappointed.

    A program by the New Orleans Photo Alliance, featuring a conversation with Executive Director Amy Dailey Williams. The New Orleans Photo Alliance strives to be a cultural stimulus, which fosters economic and artistic growth while preserving the rich and diverse photographic culture of New Orleans and the southern region.

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  • Retroperspective, the Jazz & Heritage Foundation Documentary Festival
    All day
    02/03/2017-02/05/2017
    1225 N Rampart St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA

    1225 N Rampart St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA

    retroperspective

    The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation, in partnership with the New Orleans Video Access Center, presents the second annual RETROPERSPECTIVE, a documentary showcase featuring the best in documentaries by and about southern Louisiana, with classic feature-length films paired with upcoming works-in-progress by current New Orleans filmmakers. This three-day showcase aims to connect the legacies of documentary filmmaking in the region with new and innovative works happening today. The weekend is free and open to the public.

     

    The weekend kicks off with a cocktail reception on Friday, February 3rd at 6pm at the new George and Joyce Wein Jazz & Heritage Center (1225 N. Rampart Street). The New Orleans Video Access Center and the New Orleans Documentary Meetup are partnering to host the event, which will be followed by the opening night film, A House Divided, Burwell Ware’s 1987 documentary about the segregation and integration of New Orleans through the eyes of those who remember it. Filmmaker Burwell Ware will be in attendance, and two current works in progress short documentaries will be screened.

     

    The full schedule will be announced Monday, January 23rd, 2017. Highlights of the weekend will include:

    Tootie’s Last Suit: In the aftermath of Katrina, the film bears witness to the Mardi Gras Indians who, in picking up the threads of their torn lives and tradition, are the spiritual healers of New Orleans. Followed by a Skype Q&A with filmmaker Lisa Katzman.

    PIANO (film) NIGHT: An evening with piano legends, this night will include a very special (secret!) screening of Doctor: A True New Orleans Legend. This is the first screening of an extraordinary work-in-progress about an infamous local character. We welcome you to attend this “piano night” and you will not “shuffle” away disappointed.

    A program by the New Orleans Photo Alliance, featuring a conversation with Executive Director Amy Dailey Williams. The New Orleans Photo Alliance strives to be a cultural stimulus, which fosters economic and artistic growth while preserving the rich and diverse photographic culture of New Orleans and the southern region.

  • Music Video Production Launch @ Retroperspective
    12:00 pm-1:00 pm
    02/04/2017
    1225 N Rampart St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA

    1225 N Rampart St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA

    Join us on February 4th at 12pm at the George and Joyce Wein Jazz & Heritage Center (1225 N Rampart St. New Orleans) for the official launch of the 2017 Music Video Production Project. This will be a one-hour info session, free and open to the public, where you can learn all about the class, what we’ve done in the past and what we will be producing this year!

     

    Thanks to the Jazz & Heritage Foundation, this is the third year in a row we are able to offer free music videos to a variety of local musicians, as we pair talented filmmakers and eager students in the A-Z process of making a top quality creative product.

     

    If you’re ready to dive in, you can reserve your spot today!

    MEMBERS: $125

    NEW MEMBERS: $175

     

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  • Retroperspective, the Jazz & Heritage Foundation Documentary Festival
    All day
    02/03/2017-02/05/2017
    1225 N Rampart St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA

    1225 N Rampart St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA

    retroperspective

    The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation, in partnership with the New Orleans Video Access Center, presents the second annual RETROPERSPECTIVE, a documentary showcase featuring the best in documentaries by and about southern Louisiana, with classic feature-length films paired with upcoming works-in-progress by current New Orleans filmmakers. This three-day showcase aims to connect the legacies of documentary filmmaking in the region with new and innovative works happening today. The weekend is free and open to the public.

     

    The weekend kicks off with a cocktail reception on Friday, February 3rd at 6pm at the new George and Joyce Wein Jazz & Heritage Center (1225 N. Rampart Street). The New Orleans Video Access Center and the New Orleans Documentary Meetup are partnering to host the event, which will be followed by the opening night film, A House Divided, Burwell Ware’s 1987 documentary about the segregation and integration of New Orleans through the eyes of those who remember it. Filmmaker Burwell Ware will be in attendance, and two current works in progress short documentaries will be screened.

     

    The full schedule will be announced Monday, January 23rd, 2017. Highlights of the weekend will include:

    Tootie’s Last Suit: In the aftermath of Katrina, the film bears witness to the Mardi Gras Indians who, in picking up the threads of their torn lives and tradition, are the spiritual healers of New Orleans. Followed by a Skype Q&A with filmmaker Lisa Katzman.

    PIANO (film) NIGHT: An evening with piano legends, this night will include a very special (secret!) screening of Doctor: A True New Orleans Legend. This is the first screening of an extraordinary work-in-progress about an infamous local character. We welcome you to attend this “piano night” and you will not “shuffle” away disappointed.

    A program by the New Orleans Photo Alliance, featuring a conversation with Executive Director Amy Dailey Williams. The New Orleans Photo Alliance strives to be a cultural stimulus, which fosters economic and artistic growth while preserving the rich and diverse photographic culture of New Orleans and the southern region.

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  • 3rd Thursdays Networking Nights
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    02/16/2017

    532 Louisa St, New Orleans, LA 70117, USA

    532 Louisa St, New Orleans, LA 70117, USA

    NOVAC’s monthly film industry networking nights promote the ability of local filmmakers to meet, greet and crew up for filmmaking opportunities.

    We move around the city every month, testing out local bars, partnering with New Orleans film organizations and creating a night to party, network and talk shop.

    Want to Host a 3rd Thursday?

    Contact Biliana Grozdanova if you would like to host or sponsor a 3rd Thursday event!

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