1200 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA 70112
The Joy Theater is a 10,000 square foot multi-purpose venue situated in New Orleans, LA, and will play host to our opening night screenings. The Joy Theater has stated everything from live music and theatrical productions to comedy and private parties. The Joy Theater also features original productions highlighting the musical heritage of New Orleans. With a state-of-the-art sound and lighting system, a built-in stage, and balcony, this restored landmark theatre is the ideal launching point for LIFF 2013.
The Joy Theater in New Orleans was originally opened in 1947 as a movie theater. The opening night film was Lover Come Back starring Lucille Ball and George Brent. The Joy theater was renovated and reintroduced to the New Orleans community in December of 2011 as a multipurpose venue.
Raleigh Studios Baton Rouge at the Celtic Media Centre
10000 Celtic Drive Baton Rouge, LA 70809
With over 150,000 square feet of design-built stage space, Celtic Media Centre is the hub of moviemaking in Louisiana, and has provided production facilities for such up and coming blockbusters as Twilight: Breaking Dawn, The Host, Oblivion, Battleship, and many more. Celtic Media Centre is hosting the Producers’ Conference and Industry Expo.
Cinemark at Perkins Rowe
10202 Perkins Rowe #195, Baton Rouge, LA 70810
Described as a city within a city, Perkins Rowe in Baton Rouge blends shopping, dining, entertainment, office, residential living, a theatre, and a grocery store in a community that is diverse, exciting and bustling with energy. Perkins Rowe features parks, a great hall, tree-lined streets, shops, cafes, and restaurants, all within walking distance of each other. The architectural style of Perkins Rowe is both old South and contemporary, featuring a mix of building types and designs. The theater, Cinemark at Perkins Rowe, has a classy movie theater atmosphere that makes it a great venue for many of the LIFF 2013 screenings.
Shaw Center for the Arts, 100 Lafayette Street, Baton Rouge, LA 70801
The Manship Theatre at the Shaw Center for the Arts in Baton Rouge endeavors to enrich the lives of audiences of all ages by presenting and promoting extraordinary and diverse arts and cultural experiences. Its intimate theater spaces and open galleries provide a striking stage for LIFF's screenings and events in downtown Baton Rouge.
Old State Capitol
100 North Boulevard, Baton Rouge, LA 70801
Louisiana's Old State Capitol, a Gothic architectural treasure, stands high on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi River in downtown Baton Rouge. Today, the building stands as a testament to bold, inspired leadership and active citizenship. The facility will host LIFF's "Our Environment" screening series and will also be available for tours throughout the festival weekend.
421 N 3rd St Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Above Restaurant IPO in Downtown Baton Rouge, The Office is a full-service bar that provides a scenic view of the Mississippi River and live music.