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Festival Schedule

MONDAY, APRIL 11

6:30pm PRE-FESTIVAL KICK-OFF EVENT – Screening: CIVIL INDIGENT

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

LOCATION: Tulane University: Stone Auditorium, Woldenberg Art Center

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*OPENING NIGHT* WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13


7pm OPENING NIGHT FILM Screening and Panel Discussion: FAULT LINES: IN DEEP WATER: A WAY OF LIFE IN PERIL and HOT COFFEE
Q and A With Director Susan Saladoff and discussion with MONIQUE HARDEN, Co-Director & Attorney, Advocates for Environmental Human Rights

LOCATION:  New Orleans Museum of Art

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SPECIAL EVENT

Location: Tulane University

7pm HUNGER BANQUET – Highlighting National Hunger and Homelessness Week, Patois joins forces with The Community Action Council of Tulane Students (CACTUS) in presenting an enlightening feast for the mind and the stomach.


SPECIAL EVENT

Location: Blue Nile

9pm OPENING NIGHT PARTY: – Patois joins forces with The New Orleans Video Access Center (NOVAC) in hosting a night of food and drink. Free admission. Performance by Kora Konnection Trio feat. Morkeba Kouyate and Thierno Dioubate

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THURSDAY, APRIL 14

LOCATION: Warren Easton Senior High School

7pm Screening and Panel Discussion:  IN THE LAND OF THE FREE

Q & A with Director Vadim Jean and Panel Discussion with Robert King And Innocence Project Director Emily Maw


FRIDAY, APRIL 15

SPECIAL EVENT

LOCATION: Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center

6pm ART OPENING – Historic Dryades Photo Exhibit in the OCH gallery
“The Keepers of the Forest” – A group show of historic photographs of properties and residents of Central City

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7pm Screening40 followed by a Q & A with Actor NTARE GUMA MBAHO MWINE, star of 40 and supporting cast member in TREME

9pm Screening and Panel Discussion: BETTER THIS WORLD followed by a discussion with BRADLEY CROWDER, subject of the film and writer/community organizer JORDAN FLAHERTY

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SATURDAY, APRIL 16

LOCATION: Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center

12noon Screening – ALL FOR THE NATION preceded by PEOPLE AND POWER’S EGYPT: SEEDS OF CHANGE

2pm Screening – Dream Hampton’s BLACK AUGUST preceded by MORE THAN A ROOF

4pm Screening – KINGDOM OF WOMEN preceded by FAULT LINES: HAITI: SIX MONTHS ON and trailer of ROAD MAP TO APARTHEID

6pm Screening – KINSHASA SYMPHONY

8pm Screening – PHIL OCHS:  THERE BUT FOR FORTUNE

Followed by Music Event- Protest in song featuring folk duo, The Tom Paines

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SUNDAY, APRIL 17

LOCATION: Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center

12noon ScreeningCOINTEL PRO 101 preceded by COMMITMENT
- followed by Q & A with Writer/Producer Neil Ranu

2pm ScreeningTHE COLORS OF THE MOUNTAIN

4pm ScreeningCAFETERIA MAN presented with THE COW WHO WANTED TO BE A HAMBURGER

Q & A with Director Richard Chisolm

LOCATION: New Orleans Museum of Art

Pre-reception at 6:00pm and post screening

7pm – ScreeningCLOSING FILMKEEPER OF THE FLAME Q & A with Director Brian Nelson and performance by Guardians of the Flame Mardi Gras Indians

9pm – ScreeningSONS OF TENNESSEE WILLIAMS

Q & A with Director Tim Wolff and subjects of the film


VENUES:

New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA)

1 Collins Diboll Circle

Warren Easton Senior High School

3019 Canal Street

Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center

1618 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd