Friday
Nov. 8th

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Sunday
Nov. 10th

Slidell Little Theatre
2024 Nellie Dr. Slidell, LA.

"Louisiana Film History: The First 100 Years in Poster
"Swamp Women" 1956, shot in St. Tammany, is among the posters on exhibit throughout the festival

“Opening reception, Friday at 5:30 p.m. and presentation Saturday at 5:30 p.m."

In the OFFstage Gallery, SLT lobby

SOLA: Louisiana Water Stories

By acclaimed National Geographic Expeditions Council "Oceans 8" filmmaker Jon Bowermaster."

Sunday Nov. 10, 4 p.m.

T-Galop: A Louisiana Horse Story
Directed by Conni Castille

“Question and answer session with filmmaker after the screening"

Friday Nov. 9, 7pm

A Warehouse on Tchoupitoulas
Directed by Jessy Williamson

Northshore premier of a new film about the legendary bands and fans of The Warehouse. Q&A with filmmaker."

Saturday Nov. 9, 7 pm

"Black Indians of New Orleans"
Directed by Maurice Martinez

“Film shot in the 1970s on the Mardi Gras or "Masking" Indian tradition"

Sunday Nov. 10, 3:30pm



Festival News

  • Film collectors share posters in new exhibit - 04/23/2014
    New Orleans on a hill? Bayous teaming with alligators and 'Swamp Women'? Perceptions and misconceptions about southeast Louisiana will be shown in an exhibit of 100 years of original film posters opening Friday at 5:30 p.m. at the Pontchartrain Film Festival. Ed and Susan Poole of Hollywood on the Bayou will bring posters from popular films shot in St. Tammany such as 'Live and Let Die' and their foreign counterparts from international release - such as the 'Big Easy' poster that depicts New Orleans on a hill. Read More
  • Northshore premier: "A Warehouse on Tchoupitoulas" - 04/23/2014

    Northshore premier: "A Warehouse on Tchoupitoulas"

    After two sold out showings at the New Orleans Film Festival, PFF2 is excited to present an encore screening of the documentary that looks at The Warehouse, a legendary live music venue that opened in 1970 with the Grateful Dead and Fleetwood Mac. A question and answer session with St. Tammany director Jessy Williamson will follow the screening. The documentary uses photographs, memorabilia and 8 mm archival film to explore the bands and fans that filled the Warehouse for more than a decade. 

     Read More

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