The New Orleans Film Society Delivers the Cinema to Your Living Room
Apr 25 2020

The New Orleans Film Society Delivers the Cinema to Your Living Room

By: David Vicari

I love going out to see a movie in a theater, and I plan to do so again when things eventually get back to normal once this pandemic subsides. Right now, however, the New Orleans Film Society has come up with a great way to access independent cinema.

NOFS Home Theater will present a new title every Thursday for the following month, and each film will be available to stream for two weeks. A portion of the proceeds from your virtual ticket will help support NOFS.

Currently streaming, now through April 30 is:

The Times of Bill Cunningham
The iconic street photographer and fashion historian chronicles his own life and times through a recently discovered interview from 1994.


April 24 to May 8:

And Then We Danced
Two male dancers become attracted to each other in this coming-of-age story set against the conservative confines of modern Tbilisi.


May 1 to May 15:

What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael
This film is a documentary about the work and life of film critic Pauline Kael.


May 8 to May 23:

Slay the Dragon
The subject here is the dark art of gerrymandering and how it influences elections and sways outcomes.








May 15 to May 30:

Botero
It's a poetic documentary about Fernando Botero, one of the world's most prolific living artists.

For tickets, to view trailers and more info, please visit: neworleansfilmsociety.org.


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