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Please join us on Friday, March 22, 2019 at 2pm for a free screening of "Yemanjá: Wisdom from the Heart of African Brazil," a documentary film about the Afro-Brazilian spiritual tradition of Candomblé as told through the voices of elder woman leaders.

Please note screening will not be at The Latin American Library, but rather across the street at The Labyrinth, 7102 Freret St, New Orleans.

 A picture of life on the coast and a historical retrospective in three short films from the Post Coastal series.  Hosted by A Studio in the Woods and the New Orleans Video Access Center (NOVAC)

 In 1955, when racial segregation defined the South, two teams of 12-year-old boys stepped onto a baseball field in a non-violent act of cultural defiance that would change the course of history. Sixty-years later, the players of the first racially integrated little league baseball game in the South reflect on this revolutionary event in the documentary, building a bridge to healing the social divide that still exists in our country today.

Nir Baram, award-winning author and filmmaker, will be presenting his documentary film "Land Without Borders".  "Land Without Borders" is based upon Baram's book and won the 2017 Ophir Award for best documentary movie.  Some of Baram's other works include fiction novels: World Shadow (2013), Good People (2010), and The Remaker of Dreams (2006).  In 2010, Baram received the Prime Minister's Award for Hebrew Literature.  Discussion and Q/A session to follow the film showing.

Music Rising at Tulane presents Women and Movement #4: This Little Light: An Evening with Directors/Producers Wendi Moore-O'Neal and Ada McMahon. This event will include a film screening, Q&A with Wendi and Ada, and conclude with a Community Sing, led by Wendi Moore-O'Neal.

Film screening and conversation with the filmmaker

Stories from the Apalachicola is the result of an interdisciplinary effort called the Apalachicola River Project.  The project is a collaboration between students in the Digital Media Production, Media and Communication Studies, English, and Environmental Science and Policy departments.  They partnered with Apalachicola Riverkeeper.

The Department of German and Slavic Studies with the Tulane German Club and the Africana Studies Program is proud to present:


Monday November 19th, 2018, 6:00 PM

City Diner in the Lavin-Bernick Center


Screening and Q&A with Cuban Film Director and Editor, Yan Vega
Greenleaf Conference Room
100A Jones Hall
Tulane University
Monday, November 5, 2018
6:30 PM

Join us for the screening of the first feature-length documentary devoted to the life and work of writer Robert Penn Warren, the country’s only recipient of Pulitzer Prizes in both poetry and fiction.


Featuring Rosanna Warren, Gabriel Warren, Harold Bloom, Maurice Manning, Natasha Trethewey, John Burt and David Milch.


Come see a film screening of “Gegen die Wand” (Head On) by Fatih Akin. This 2004 drama is described as follows: "Aiming to break free from her strict family, a suicidal young woman sets up a marriage of convenience with a much older addict, a plan yielding an outburst of envious, sometimes outrageous love. Set in both German and in Turkey, Head On considers how people live, and struggle, under the burdens of their inherited identities.