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Bill Arceneaux

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Bill Arceneaux is a local New Orleans independent film critic & writer, who has written for publications from Big Easy Magazine to Film Threat to Occupy to The Hammond Daily Star. He’s a member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association and is Rotten Tomatoes approved. One of his favorite Louisiana-made movies is the almost forgotten WUSA.

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State Rep. Ray Garofalo’s Proposed Ban On Teaching Critical Race Theory Becomes a Lost Cause After He Comments on “the Good” of Slavery

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“Some Thoughts” on the Life of New Orleans Renaissance Man Michael Martin

The acclaimed actor and "guerrilla-theater impresario" died on April 26th at the age of 63.

“Little” Joe Catalanotto: A Daughter Reflects on Hollywood South’s Independent Pioneer

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Recommended Viewing: Best of the Fest, Part Two

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Recommended Viewing: ‘Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets’ at the 31st New Orleans Film Fest

'Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets' is the kind of film that has such a great sense of what feels reel and what is real. You almost could reach into the screen and grab a smoke, as it beats 3D every day of the week and then some.

Recommended Viewing: Best of the Fest, Part One

This year, the New Orleans Film Festival is streaming online, giving viewers worldwide the opportunity to enjoy the very best of Hollywood South. Bill Arceneaux's first four picks in the Bayou Brief's series on the Best of the Fest.
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“Some Thoughts” on the Life of New Orleans Renaissance Man Michael Martin

The acclaimed actor and "guerrilla-theater impresario" died on April 26th at the age of 63.

Déjà Vu All Over Again

13th Ward Ramblings on New Orleans elections past and present.

State Rep. Ray Garofalo’s Proposed Ban On Teaching Critical Race Theory Becomes a Lost Cause After He Comments on “the Good” of Slavery

During Tuesday's nearly four-hour long discussion by members of the Louisiana state House Education Committee about a bill that sought to prohibit the teaching...