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Come see us at the Slidell Film Expo
on January 8th at the Slidell Auditorium
located at 2056 Second St.

The Expo opens at 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. We will have a booth there all day and we are giving a Louisiana Film History presentation at 4 p.m.

In conjunction, across the street at the Slidell Cultural Center in City Hall, we are presenting a movie poster exhibition titled, "50 Shades of Louisiana: a Filmmakers Paradise", which will be open all day until 8 p.m. and remain there for the next 3 weeks

HERE IS OUR LAST - Louisiana in Film Newsletter - We stopped for the pandemic but it will be starting back up soon!

We are now on the new Louisiana Film Channel with our series "Louisiana Film History - Flashback".

How Can We Help You?

 NEED HELP? Whether you are a collector, museum, institute,  author, researcher, or just someone interested in Louisiana film  history, we have wide variety of areas that we can help you with.


90% of all silent films made in the U.S. are already lost forever! And 50% of all films made before 1951 are already lost forever! IF THAT'S NOT BAD ENOUGH.. film ACCESSORIES are in WORSE shape. We have a 5 minute video to explain - take a look!

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