New Orleans is a city of atmospheric horror and motion picture living if you look in the right places.
Grass is Greener, hosted and directed by musician Fab 5 Freddy, pulls us into the cultural importance weed has played in our country.
Endgame is big-picture-minded with its eyes on both the individual and the collective story and character arcs.
Boiling things down, the “bricks” of New Orleans were formed and put into place by a community that has been under attack in America for hundreds of years.
This April 20th will see a 420 Film Fest at The Broad Theater here in Mid-City New Orleans.
In spite of their insistence that they didn’t steal the idea, Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer are headed for a trial.
“Tomorrow Never Knows” tells the story of Shar Jones, a transgender person faced with early onset Alzheimer’s Disease, and the choice he and his wife faced.
As a child of 1985 but a kid of the ’90s, I was (un?)fortunately born into a pop-culture hellscape of Americana that bled from millennium to millennium. Another one thousand years since the “start date” of recorded history, and we kick-off 2000 with No Doubt performing “It’s the End of the World as We Know […]
For Health, 24 Frames a Second: An Interview with Dr. MarkAlain Dery of the 1st Annual F-NO (Public Health Film Festival of New Orleans)April 1, 2019
At the Tulane School of Public Health in May, WHIV will present a film festival dedicated to providing information on health care from various perspectives.
About a half hour into Gnarleans, a musical sequence comes alive that fully defines the kind of freedom sought by modern-day New Orleanian youth.
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