As the filmmakers descend on northwest Louisiana of film their Film Prize projects, we are hoping to keep you up to date with all the exciting action on the film sets. Today, Sabrina Adsit (LAFP Film Diva) takes us to the set of “The Road.” Sabrina sat down with Bill Stinchcomb, the director. The question […]…read more
AND NOW A WORD FROM CHRIS LYON (Film Liaison): One of the most unique parts of the Louisiana Film Prize is the requirement to shoot in a specific area in order to be eligible to compete. While this provides a unique opportunity to win $50,000 and other great prizes (link), it also provides challenges to […]…read more
The Louisiana Film Prize launched its third annual filmmaking competition today, which awards five short filmmakers with cash prizes and distribution through a partnership with Shorts International. This year, the Prize will also give out best actor and best actress honors. The Grand Prize winner will receive $50,000 — one of the largest cash prizes […]…read more
Only 270 Louisiana Film Prize fans till we get to 20,000! That's pretty amazing! Should we all do a live web cast tequila toast to celebrate if/when it happens? Of course, we would do this with our sponsored (and our favorite) Dos Lunas Tequila. Are you in?
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