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Episode 6: The PROPAGANDA Film Report

October 25, 2013 • AUDIO, NEAUX REEL IDEA

A conversation about film distribution company GATHR and two reviews, one of a documentary and the other of a special silent film screening.

 

Click here for a direct download of Episode 6

PROPAGANDA New Orleans’ resident film dude, Bill Arceneaux, interviews Richard Matson, distribution consultant for GATHR, about the program and moviegoing in general; Bill reviews Birth of the Living Dead, a documentary about George A. Romero and his groundbreaking Night of the Living Dead; Bill reviews a special film event in New Orleans, a screening of the silent film Beau Geste featuring a live score performed by The New Leviathan Oriental Fox-Trot Orchestra, at The Prytania Theatre.

 

Want to enjoy GATHR’s film offerings for a month for FREE? Use Bill’s exclusive promo code 7919NO at checkout for a free month’s trial to preview the series. Visit gathr.us/series/new-orleans-previews for screening information and tickets. Follow @gathrfilmsnola to stay up to date on the New Orleans screenings.

Music provided by Robin Barnes

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Recorded, edited and hosted by Bill Arceneaux, film writer and commentator, for PROPAGANDA New Orleans

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Bill Arceneaux

Film Critic at neauxreelidea.com
Sure, hosting plenty of film productions from out of state has helped our region, but what about home grown talent? What about conceiving, creating and completing content in the area? Through film criticism and podcasting, it's my goal to contribute to and progress the local movie culture - make it a true Hollywood South.

Feel free to connect with me via the social networks listed, visit my patreon.com/neauxreelidea page or find me at any local movie theater.

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