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    Louisiana International Film Festival Continues with Industry Expo, Strong Documentaries, 'I Am Divine' (TRAILER)

    The days' screenings: it's doc day! "Life According to Sam" showed at Sundance and is to be broadcast on HBO in the fall . The second doc is Jeff Kaufman's lively, densely-populated "The Savoy King," which debuted at the New York Film Festival. The third is "I Am Divine," by accomplished documentari...

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    First Louisiana International Film Festival Opens With 'Twenty Feet From Stardom' and Star Merry Clayton

    I thought I was the canary in the coal mine, attending the First Louisiana International Film Festival, a first for Baton Rouge and for me: I've never before attended a film festival's inaugural iteration. But it turned out to be a fabulous four days, with more movies, parties, and panel discussions...

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    Louisiana International Film Festival Sets Inaugural Film Lineup

    The Louisiana International Film Festival has announced the lineup for its first ever edition, which will kick off on April 18th with Morgan Neville's crowd pleasing documentary "Twenty Feet From Stardom" at the Joy Theater in New Orleans before screening over 50 films down the road in Baton Rouge.

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    Louisiana International Film Festival Appoints Former LACMA Film Curator Ian Birnie as Programming Director

    The Louisiana International Film Festival (April 18-21) is quickly approaching, and has announced its appointment of former LACMA film curator Ian Birnie as its programming director. The fest will announce its full slate on April 1 -- no foolin'!

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    Louisiana Rising! How 5 Films in the Awards Race Made Use of the Bayou State

    The B.P. spill, Katrina and Isaac be damned -- Louisiana has some good news for a change. New Orleans-born R&B singer Frank Ocean was just nominated for six Grammys, revenue-generating monster Super Bowl XLVII is coming to the Big Easy in February, the inaugural Louisiana International Film Fest...

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