Film Prize Announces 2017 Competition and Prizes

Read the original on Shreveport Times. Executive director Gregory Kallenberg announced the sixth year of the Louisiana Film Prize filmmaking competition launch at the Robinson Film Center in downtown Shreveport to a packed room of filmmakers, directors, actors and a crowd from all over the country. The Film Prize is once again offering up a
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Louisiana Film Prize 2016 Announces $50,000 Winner

SHREVEPORT, La., Oct. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Winners of the 2016 Louisiana Film Prize ( were announced at a sold out awards ceremony held on Sunday, October 2nd. The Film Prize’s top award of $50,000 cash – judged by a mixture of audience and celebrity judge votes and is one of the world’s largest prizes
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Louisiana Film Prize Passes 500 Entries Since 2012

Film Prize energizes independent filmmaking while creating economic impact and opportunities for women and minority filmmakers The Louisiana Film Prize, a short film contest and festival, has reached a new milestone in its fifth year – 500 entries. The Film Prize is a short competition where filmmakers are required to come to Shreveport, La. and
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