New Orleans Film Festival (NOFF) has firmly established itself as one of the most reputable in the country. Last year, it was named by MovieMaker Magazine as one of the "25 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee," and was also named by Premium Beat as one of the "Fifteen Fests You Should Enter." Born in a city known for its eclecticism and artistic vibrance, NOFF seeks out bold and passionate storytellers. With top-notch programming in one of the world's most cinematic cities, NOFF serves up a dose of southern hospitality that's hard to beat.
Last year's festival saw 200 films screen over the course of eight days, and also hosted a number of panels and conversations, featuring representatives from major U.S. distributors (like Neal Block from Magnolia Pictures) and other leaders in the industry (like Michelle Satter, founder of the feature film program at Sundance). The festival drew more than 17,000 total attendees, including over 170 filmmakers who attended to show their work.
Documents and Other Requisite Items
Subtitles language: English
Regional premiere required.
Jury and Organizers
Clint Bowie (Program Director); John Desplas (Artistic Director); Jolene Pinder (Executive Director).
1215 Prytania Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
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Non-fiction films 40 minutes or longer.
Music videos under 12 minutes.
This category is designated for content that is episodic in nature. Submissions must include the pilot or first episode and may include as many episodes as you would like to share.
Narrative works of fiction that are 40 minutes or longer.
Projects that are 30 minutes or less and explore new and creative uses of film and video, whether in technique, form, or both.