Get ready to strut the red carpet, pop some popcorn and celebrate all things cinema at the 30th annual New Orleans Film Festival.
Festgoers can expect exclusive screenings, receptions and parties, panel discussions and workshops featuring industry leaders, competitions and much more. This year’s New Orleans Film Festival takes place Oct. 16-23 at various locations throughout the city.
The New Orleans Film Festival is celebrating 30 years in a big way. This year’s festival will feature over 200 screenings from a highly diverse group of local, national and even international filmmakers, the coveted screenplay competition and the newly added music initiative.
Film Fest Screening Categories Include:
Opening + Closing Night Films
Narrative Features Competition
Narrative Features Out-Of-Competition
Documentary Features Competition
Documentary Features Out-Of-Competition
For a full list of featured films for each category, visit here. The official screening schedule will be announced Sept. 17.
Film Fest screenings and other related events will take place throughout the city at a variety of partner venues.
The Contemporary Arts Center
The New Orleans Advocate
The Orpheum Theater
The Broad Theater
Film Festival Tickets + Passes
Attendees can customize their NOFF19 experience with tickets and pricing fit for all. Individual tickets allow for flexibility. Prices can range anywhere between $10-35 on the event.
NOFF Passes are perfect for those looking to take advantage of all Film Fest offerings.
General - $340
NO Film Society Member - $290
General - $195
NO Film Society Member - $170
Six Film Pass
General - $65
NO Film Society Member - $50
For more information on pass details or to purchase, visit here.
The CAC is the leading multidisciplinary arts center in the South. From bold experiments in visual arts, photography and sculpture to cutting-edge theatre, music and dance, the CAC is dedicated to the art of our time.