On our future activities

For the past seven years, Shotgun Cinema has been a presence in the lively New Orleans film community. This presence has now come to an end, as we – co-founders Angela Catalano and Travis… Continue Reading

Filmgoing in New Orleans, spring 2020

[This post will be updated, so check back as needed. Current as of 5/20/2020.] Shotgun Cinema has been quiet for the last couple months as we’ve seen the pandemic unfold. From the outset,… Continue Reading

March screenings postponed

Out of an abundance of caution, Shotgun Cinema is postponing our March 12 and March 25 Full Aperture screenings in the interest of public health safety. We plan to reschedule both screenings once… Continue Reading

Travis’ Top Ten of 2019

Shotgun Cinema had a busy 2019, working with film festivals throughout the region and expanding our circle to begin training several young projectionists, technicians, and archivists who have brought great new energy to… Continue Reading

Harmoniousness of the Non-conscious – Full Aperture: Haunts

October, of course, is haunting season. Our next program is anchored by films that we’ve seen that stick with us over time, preoccupying us with their mystery and power, occasionally jumping into our… Continue Reading

Apocalypse Now and again

One exciting thing to see in New Orleans-area theaters this week is Francis Ford Coppola’s 40th anniversary re-cut of Apocalypse Now, which updates both the 1979 original and Coppola’s 2001 Apocalypse Now Redux… Continue Reading