About Community Cinema
The Independent Lens Community Cinema series is a ground-breaking civic engagement initiative featuring free monthly screenings and community discussions of films from the Emmy Award-winning series "Independent Lens," airing on PBS. Free and open to the public, Community Cinema gatherings are held regularly in more than 95 cities and towns across the nation, focusing on key social issues of our time.
Ashé Cultural Arts Center partners with several community organizations to co present community cinema each month. After each film we encourage film goers to stay for the talk back.
WYES is a partnership between citizens, foundations, businesses and local, state and federal governments, working together toward the education and development of our community.It is the oldest public television station serving Louisiana and Mississippi, the 12th oldest in the nation, and the most utilized non-profit organization in our two states with as many as a half-million people using our broadcasts, educational outreach activities and web site each week.
The New Orleans Film Society (NOFS) was founded in 1989. 2013 marks the 24th anniversary of the New Orleans Film Festival, which has grown into a major showcase of local, regional, national, and international films. In addition to the annual Film Festival each fall, the NOFS hosts special events throughout the year: the French Film Festival, Film-o-Rama, the New Orleans International Children’s Film Festival, and other events designed to benefit local film audiences, artists, and professionals.
Who are we? Well, we seek out the finest natural and organic foods available, maintain the strictest quality standards in the industry, and have an unshakeable commitment to sustainable agriculture. Add to that the excitement and fun we bring to shopping for groceries, and you start to get a sense of what we’re all about. Oh yeah, we’re a mission-driven company too.