The return of Overlook and a zombie cinema

This weekend, the Overlook Film Festival, the venerated horror-themed event, returns this weekend for its second year in New Orleans, bringing its program of horror films, panels, immersive experiences, V.R. content, and a… Continue Reading


The Prescience of A SCANNER DARKLY

We’re thrilled to be screening Richard Linklater’s film adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s novel A Scanner Darkly on May 15. The screening is part of our second season of Science On Screen, is… Continue Reading


Support Our Quest for a Cinema This GiveNOLA Day (May 7)

GiveNOLA Day is a big day for nonprofits in New Orleans, and we’re happy to be a part of that energy. Donations received today through our direct link will be stretched by the Greater… Continue Reading


Nanfu Wang: American dreams and myths

Our second season of Science on Screen is in full swing, and on April 17, we hope you’ll join us for a screening of Nanfu Wang’s 2017 documentary I Am Another You, followed… Continue Reading


Travis’ top ten of 2018

Trying to find a common thread between the films I chose for my fifth year-end list, I notice: there are a lot of male directors here. I flush in private, embarrassed. Yes, a… Continue Reading


Shotgun Cinema presents SHAKEDOWN

We will be presenting Leilah Weinraub’s glorious documentary SHAKEDOWN this Friday (11/30), preceded by the short FUCKED LIKE A STAR, an experimental travelogue and meditation on soldier ants set to words from Toni… Continue Reading