Cinema on the Bayou
Win two all-access passes to Louisiana's second-oldest film festival, happening January 23-30 in Lafayette
This year’s festival runs from January 23 to 30 and opens with a screening of Black Indians, a French-made documentary about Mardi Gras Indian culture. Other highlights in the lineup include A Man and His Trumpet: The Leroy Jones Story, which was recently named the 2019 Humanities Documentary Film of the Year by the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities. The festival will close with the world premiere screening of Finding Cajun, which takes an in-depth look at the origin and evolution of Cajun identity.
Want to experience Cinema on the Bayou for yourself? 64 Parishes has teamed up with the festival to offer two all-access passes that are good for all eight days of the festival, as well as the opening and closing screenings.
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Enter to Win
The winner will be announced the afternoon of Tuesday, January 22.
Best of luck, and we hope to see you at Cinema on the Bayou 2019!