Aired Friday, April 10, at 11 a.m. Kermit Poling spoke with Curtis Joseph, President of the North Louisiana Jewish Federation about the Jewish Film Festival which takes place at the Robinson Film Center beginning Sunday, April 12 with a free reception at the Robinson. For details and more information with online the Robinson Film Center.
Airs Thursday, February 12, at 12 noon. Bill Beckett spoke with Meghan Hochstetler, the Education Director at the Robinson Film Center, about their “Community Conversations Series,” featuring a wide range of films and local discussions throughout February. More information is online at Robinson Film Center or by calling 318-459-4122.
The Robinson Film Center in Shreveport will begin a series Thursday called “Faith on Film,” with discussions led by religious leaders who explore the spiritual side of movies.
The first faith-based dialogue will follow the screening of “The Homesman,” about three women driven mad by pioneer life who cross the West in a covered wagon. The series could attract new patrons who are interested in discussing religious themes in movies, according to Robinson Film Center education director Meghan Hochstetler.
Aired Thursday, October 16 at 12 noon. Bill Beckett speaks with Meghan Hochstetler, Education Director for the Robinson Film Center and Shelli Ainsworth, the writer and director for “Stay Then Go,” a feature film about Autism which is part of the Centenary College Southern Circuit filmmaker tour. For more information about the screening visit online the Robinson Film Center or call (318) 459-4122. The Robinson Film center is located at 617 Texas Street, Shreveport, LA 71101.
Filmmakers and fans packed the Robinson Film Center Tuesday to learn what short films made the cut for the Louisiana Film Prize in October.
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Organizers of the Louisiana Film Prize narrowed the field of films vying for the $50,000 prize to 20 finalists during an event Tuesday evening at the Robinson Film Center in Shreveport. The contest is in its third year.
The filmmakers had to shoot their short film in northwest Louisiana to be eligible. Louisiana Film Prize creator Gregory Kallenberg thanked the filmmakers for entering their work.