Sync Up Cinema 2017
It’s festival time y’all, and NOVAC is pleased once again to partner with the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation to bring you Sync Up Cinema – three days of free films, panels and fun at the Jazz and Heritage Center! Kicking off with the Sync Up music industry conference, Sync Up Cinema brings industry leaders and Louisiana filmmakers directly to you. This year’s schedule is better than ever, with some awesome highlights below – join us at Sync Up Cinema this year!
KEYNOTE CONVO: HANNAH BEACHLER
Meet the uber talented production designer from MOONLIGHT, CREED, Beyoncé’s LEMONADE and the upcoming BLACK PANTHERS.
THE REVOLUTION WILL BE TELEVISED: Filmmaking in the Trump Era
presented by Firelight Media and Field of Vision, with local films Aloné by Garrett Bradley and selections from NOVAC’s BetteR series.
BURNING SANDS + DIRECTOR GERARD McMURRAY
the Sundance premiere by New Orleans native Gerard McMurray tackles hazing at HBCU fraternities, and the director will be in attendance to discuss his rise from the 7th ward to producing and directing.
THE ROAD FILM with TANGERINE PRODUCER DARREN DEAN
Darren Dean helped the innovative, boundary-pushing TANGERINE possible, and he’s bringing a new road film to NOLA. Local producer Angela Tucker, whose road film Intersection is set to premiere at the 2017 Frameline festival, talks with Dean about road films, indie producing and funding your unique vision.
Musician’s Clinic Birthday celebration & screening of ONE NOTE AT A TIME
A special screening of Renee Edwards’ ONE NOTE AT A TIME in celebration of the 19th birthday of the New Orleans Musician’s Assistance Foundation and Clinic.
And loads more local films, music films and panels and parties – all FREE thanks to the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation and the City of New Orleans Mayor’s Office of Cultural Economy.
Download a full schedule here!