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Indywood East

Indywood’s old home on Elysian Fields is silent like so many of the great cinema palaces of old. However, the art haus film outfit is boasting a lot of action on their set. Co-founders Will and Hayley Sampson secured a new home at 3400 St. Claude Avenue and they are reaching out for community support.

Silent Cinema: Indywood in Exile

Sadly, one local cinema is blurring the lines between silent movies and movies gone silent. Indywood, the popular art house theatre, announced that they will be temporarily closing their on Elysian Fields Avenue location and hosting a series of outdoor screenings while they sort out venue issues.

Today in NOLA: 5.14.15

Even if you don’t have a paramour, you can find Paramore at the Saenger. It’s graduation day for LSUHC. One Eyed Jack’s is going back in time. Local filmmakers have their night and the rest of us can check out some free music in Armstrong Park. On this day in 1845, Louisiana’s first free public school opened. Now, more Thursday happenings.

Today in NOLA: 3.24.15

The famous Stevie Wonder performs his legendary Songs in the Key of Life album in New Orleans tonight. Electro pop singer Twin Shadow is at Republic, and a couple indie rock bands are slated to play Uptown at Gasa Gasa and The Willow. A documentary exporing the women's liberation movement screens at the Indywood. Happy Birthday to Nathan Williams, leader of Nathan & The Zydeco Cha Chas, who turns 52 today. Now, more on Tuesday's events. 

Room 220: Katrina & the Rapture

By Room 220

Alright, alright. This post really isn’t about a literary event—it’s about a film screening, the New Orleans premiere of Good People Go To Hell, Saved People Go To Heaven at 7p.m. on Sunday, March 1 at Indywood (628 Elysian Fields). But since the Room 220 editors had a hand in organizing the event, it will also include some bookish elements: namely, the inclusion of a couple celebrated authors as part of a panel discussion following the film.

Today in NOLA: 2.24.15

Tonight offers a good mix of classic music and third wave parties. And, there will be a farmers’ market beforehand to get y’all right for making groceries. On this day in 1927, the Lake Charles Little Theater opened its doors for the first time. Now, more to do in NOLA’s 2015 theaters.

Today in NOLA: 2.09.15

After a perfect start to Carnival, the weather turned rainy today, but there is still plenty to do. Loyola is hosting a forum on women in Carnival and Indywood is screening a doc about Mardi Gras Indians. Mainstays King James and the Special Men are gigging downtown. On this date in 1861, Jefferson Davis was elected president of the Confederate States. Now, more to do this Monday. 

Today in NOLA: 12.16.14

After the Saints bested the Chicago Bears last night in a Monday showdown, our guys in black and gold could still have a chance to win the NFC South. With Christmas a little over a week away, New Orleans is looking more and more like the holiday. Tonight, "Jingle Bell Rocks!,” a documentary about alternative X-mas songs reels at Indywood. MirrorFugue, a P.3 installation, plays at the Historic New Orleans Collection. Kajun’s hosts their monthly karaoke contest, and there’s opera at the Cathedral. Back in 1935, the deceased Huey P. Long was getting a bridge dedicated to him a mere three months following his death. Now, more on what to do this N'awlins eve. 


Today in NOLA: 12.1.14

The Saints finally stole a win over the Steelers yesterday (Nov 30) after three losses in a row. To start off the week after Thanksgiving, Walter Isaacson speaks again on his new book The Innovators and Melissa Etheridge plays at the Saegner. For those still working off the tryptophan from last week’s Turkey Day, NoDef suggests taking to the theatres. The Prytania is showing The Hunger Games Mockingjay until Dec 4, but if the dystopian world of Katniss Everdeen isn’t your thing, Zeitgeist and Indywood feature some great, off the beaten path films as well.

Boo Orleans: Horror Film Fest Opens

For the next few days, NOLA will have somehting scarier than the crime. The New Orleans Horror Film Fest [NOHFF] begins tonight at the Indywood Movie Theater. The four-day festival celebrates "the craft and art of genre filmmaking at its best." Tonight the festival begins at 7pm with screening short films from past horror festival screenings. At 9p.m., an opening night party and pub crawl follows

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