Francine Thirteen explores a genre of her own making with “Live in My Grace”

“Ritual pop” is  the name , Francine Thirteen gives to the genre/aesthetic she explores in her new song and visual track, ‘Live In My Grace.’  The song is in her words, an exploration of the virgin/whore dichotomy. And more largely the power…

BOW’T – NEW ORLEANS by Rhodnie Désir & Spirit McIntyre

Tonight, 8PM, Cafe Istanbul, $15 2732 St. Claude Ave The international project BOW’T TRAIL (UNESCO Slave Route Label) is an innovative choreographic, documentary and interactive experience that tells how African cultures and rhythms have unfolded – following the resistance movements…

CRAZY ‘BOUT THEM ANIMALS: Documentary Director, Benjamin Simmons talks culture, commodification, and preservation.

“I was thinking about stories that weren’t being told. I saw how excited people were talking about the shoes and I was like, wow, this is really important to people.” (Animals director, Benjamin Simmons) Launched in 1991, the original collection…

SHRINE AND SOUND 00001: “OTHERSIDE” (MUSIC VIDEO & SHORT FILM)

“I think everyone is living their own Myth and must become the Hero, the Archetype, the Prodigal Son. I think we also Co-Write this Myth we live and we can allow it to be a Tragedy or a Triumph. When…

Brandon Ballengée

Antenna in collaboration with NOVAC is proud to present Signals::Docs featuring short films of remarkable people in New Orleans. This episode features Brandon Ballengée, artist and scientist. Directed and edited by Abraham Felix. Produced with support by the Lousiana Endowment for the Humanities,…

Monique Verdin

Antenna in collaboration with NOVAC is proud to present Signals::Docs featuring short films of remarkable people in New Orleans. This episode features Monique Verdin, artist and activist. Directed by Katie Mathews, shot by Justin Zweifach, edited by Ikeem George and Cameron Wheeless. Produced with…

Owen Ever

Antenna in collaboration with NOVAC is proud to present Signals::Docs featuring short films of remarkable people in New Orleans. This episode features Owen Ever, artist and actor through which Louisiana history is brought to life at the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum.…

A Scribe Called Quess

Antenna in collaboration with NOVAC is proud to present Signals::Docs featuring short films of remarkable people in New Orleans. This episode features poet and activist Michael “Quess” Moore. Shot, directed, and edited by Lily Keber. Produced with support by the Lousiana Endowment…

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