MIGRATE TO THE 9TH ANNUAL

SOUTHERN SCREEN FESTIVAL
NOV 7-10, 2019


 
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SOUTHERN SCREEN 2019

TURNING
IT UP

Southern Screen is a multi-disciplinary arts organization that supports and celebrates entertainment professionals and their work. We work to provide a platform for emerging and innovative storytellers of all types to sharpen their skills, showcase their craft, and share their creativity. Moving beyond traditional film and music outlets, we expose Lafayette, Louisiana to the widespread possibilities of storytelling curating year round events, workshops, and pop-ups all in preparation for our annual Southern Screen Festival every November.

 
 

NOV 9TH HOMETOWN PREMIERE

LOST BAYOU

A FILM BY BRIAN C. MILLER RICHARD

With it’s world premiere at Tribeca Film Festival 2019, this hauntingly evocative Southern Gothic mystery follows a struggling addict’s venture into the Louisiana swampland to reconnect with her faith healer father, only to discover he is hiding a troubling secret aboard his houseboat.

 
 
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TWO AUDIO WORKSHOPs

AUDIO FOR FILM


MUSIC RECORDING W/ LESS

Looking to expand your audio recording tricks with your minimal recording gear or interested in how to turn over the best audio for your film to a mixing engineer, then don’t miss these 2019 workshops taught by Austin-based sound engineers Danny Reisch and Max Lorenzen.

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OCT 19 @ LARC’s Acadian village

Gates will open at 5:30 p.m. and the movie will begin at 7:30 p.m. Food, drinks, and candy will be available for purchase! $20 per car, and $5 for walk-ins, with free entrance into Acadian Village.

 
 
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GRAB YOUR PASS TODAY

ENJOY A WHIRLWIND WEEKEND OF SCREENINGS, LIVE PERFORMANCES, WORKSHOPS, PARTIES, AND MUCH MORE November 7-10.

ADD A $20 FOOD AND DRINK WRISTBAND AND ENJOY COMPLIMENTARY BEVERAGES, SNACKS, AND MEALS THROUGHOUT THE WEEKEND

 
 
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LAFAYETTE, louisiana

COMMUNITY
INVOLVEMENT

Southern Screen is invested in building Acadiana’s cultural economy. Through outreach, Southern Screen helps local audiences continue to treasure stories, offers expertise to the next generation of media creators, and aids local creative talent in capitalizing on the momentum of a growing entertainment production economy in the region. We invite you to please join us for one of our many year round programs or events.


 
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Southern Screen Festival

Packed with many international screenings, industry panels, professional workshops, music and live performances, the 4 day Festival every November entertains and nurtures a wide array of in and out of town Festival goers and local industry creatives.

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FAMILY Drive-ins

Highly nostalgic and unarguably unique to our area, Southern Screen Drive-Ins bring the lost past time of yesteryears to a new generation of movie goers. Often screening classic family friendly movies, Drive-Ins bring this city together like never before.

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YearROund pop-ups

Movies. Workshops. Music Performances. Each different but vital to building the creative economy in Acadiana. Southern Screen Pop-Ups offer unique, often highly focused entertainment or education to attendees and entertainment professionals.

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READy. set. Make!

In collaboration with AOC Community Media Film Camp, Ready.Set.Make! offers young filmmakers and media creators the chance to develop and improve skills in various storytelling mediums.

 
 
There is always something to learn at Southern Screen workshops. My filmmaking gets stronger with every one I attend.
— James Billeaudeau, Lafayette Filmmaker
 
 
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GROW OUR CULTURAL ECONOMY &

HELP US DREAM BIGGER


 
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