Upcoming screenings and a new website

By Shotgun CinemaPublished on 09/30/2016

After wrapping up the True Orleans Film Festival, we jumped right into fall film festival season, working at Telluride, Milwaukee, and soon, New Orleans. With all of that happening, we wanted to give you a quick update about what we’re cooking up for our own screenings this fall.

First, we’re moving to a new, fancier website in the coming days. We may experience some brief outages while the migration takes place, but rest assured it’ll all be over soon. We’re thrilled to be growing up a bit in regards to our web presence.

More importantly, we’re excited to be hosting not one, but TWO larger screenings this fall. We’re invading the Castillo Blanco Art Studios on Friday, October 21 for an evening of quintessential horror: John Carpenter’s They Live (1988) and The Thing (1982). We’re affectionately dubbing this double feature evening Blood on the Bayou, and you can expect more from this series in the future.

And back by popular demand: we’re exploding with joy to announce we’re bringing back our no-chairs dance party to Jonathan Demme’s Stop Making Sense (1984) on Saturday, November 19 at the Urban South Brewery. This is easily one of our favorite screenings to host, and this edition will continue the tradition of beers, bikes, big suits, and BYRNE.

More on these screenings once our new site is up and running!

Upcoming Screenings