Southern Display screen, the noncompetitive movie competition that celebrates Acadiana’s storytellers, lately introduced the lineup for its tenth anniversary digital occasion.
The four-day competition will likely be offered just about Nov. 12-15 with discussions by high actors, administrators, writers and musicians within the movie trade.
This yr’s lineup contains discussions with:
- Alex Borstein, actor in “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and voice in “Household Man,” and John Viener, author for “Household Man”
- Rachel Dratch, actor in “Saturday Night time Dwell” and “Wine Nation” and Dan Dratch, author for “Monk” and “The Cleveland Present”
- Jay Wadley, composer for “I’m Considering of Ending Issues” and Jennie Armon, music supervisor for “Discovered Objects.”
The competition’s screenings embrace a gap evening documentary, “Intention,” which depicts the intentional artistry of divine healers sharing their crafts inside their Louisiana communities whereas preserving cultural traditions.
Different screenings through the competition embrace:
- “Farewell, Amor” about an Angolan lady and her daughter who reunite together with her husband after spending 17 years in exile
- “Stardust,” a chronicle of a younger David Bowie’s first go to to the U.S. in 1971 — a visit that impressed the invention of his iconic alter ego Ziggy Stardust.
The complete competition screening and session lineup will be seen at SouthernScreen.org/Calendar.
Apart from movies, the competition gives music, podcasts and academic workshops and panels. This yr’s digital competition additionally options cross and ticket choices that embrace a picnic or a Cajun Crate Louisiana meal in a field for attendees to get pleasure from at residence.
All cross and ticket info will be discovered on the Southern Display screen web site, SouthernScreen.org/Attend.