Robinson Film Center

Aired Thursday, March 31, at 12 noon. Bill Beckett was joined by Meghan Hochstetler, Director of Audience for the Robinson Film Center along with Singer-songwriter Dan Garner and Chris Brown, archivist at Centenary College of Louisiana to discuss the Shreveport-filmed biopic “I Saw the Light” which opens Friday April 1 at 6 p.m. at Robinson Film Center. For complete details visit the Robinson Film Center  online or call (318) 459-4122.   That’s (318) 459-4122.

  

Aired Wednesday, November 11, at 12 noon. Bill Beckett spoke with Meghan Hochstetler, Director of Audience at the Robinson Film Center along with Sanjay Menon, director of the LSUS India Studies program and Dean of Graduate Studies at LSUS. They discussed the Robinson Film Center's Faith on Film screening of “Monk with a Camera,” an exploration of Buddhism. This film will be presented this Thursday, November 12, at 7:30 p.m. with a community discussion featuring Dr. Sanjay Menon and Benjamin Riggs.

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The Shape of Shreveport documentary series that premiered June 4 at the Strand Theatre in Shreveport is getting more exposure at the Robinson Film Center.

Each 15-minute episode of the series focuses on a different aspect of Shreveport’s history. The first four installments documented the Yellow Fever epidemic of 1873 and the influential roles of Capt. Henry Miller Shreve and Martin Luther King, Jr. Executive director Will Broyles said at a news conference in April that the project is evolving.

Aired Thursday, May 7, at 12 noon. Bill Beckett spoke with Meghan Hochstetler, Director of Audience at the Robinson Film Center, about “Science on the Screen,” throughout the month of May with three superb films including the Romance Drama “Silver Lining Playbook,” the Animation film “Big Hero 6,” and the visually stunning documentary “Antarctica: A Year on Ice.” Each will feature a talk or workshop around it and each will show at the Robinson Film Center in May. For More Information visit the Robinson Film Center online or call 318-459-4122. That’s 318-459-4122.

Kate Archer Kent

An eccentric, outspoken New York fencing coach who married a Shreveporter and built a fencer’s mecca in Shreveport is the subject of a 65-minute documentary that premieres Friday at Robinson Film Center in Shreveport.

Filmmakers Michele and Jay Carter were skeptical when they learned about the Fairfield Avenue School of Fencing.

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