Third Horizon x NOFF
Based in Miami, Third Horizon celebrates cinema from the Caribbean, its Diaspora, and other spaces of the Global South, including through the annual Third Horizon Film Festival (THFF).
We are pleased to collaborate with Third Horizon on Saturday, May 13, at the Broad Theater, to present a program of films by filmmakers from the Caribbean and its diaspora, all of them THFF alumni.
The Third Horizon x NOFF program comprises a block of shorts followed by the feature-length fiction film Freda, directed by Gessica Généus. We are honored that Gessica will be present for the screening.
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In-Person Screening Ticket –– NOFS Members $13 | General $16
Individual tickets go on sale to NOFS members on April 13 at 12 PM CT and to the public on April 20 at 12 PM CT.
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THE BROAD THEATER
LOCATION & PARKING
The Broad Theater is located in the Tremé neighborhood at 636 N Broad St, New Orleans. Limited parking is available in a surface lot at the front door with accessible spots, with recommended parking in The Broadside lot (across the street) and street parking throughout the neighborhood. There is a bicycle rack in the parking lot. (Bikes are not permitted in the venue.)
There is a level approach to the front door with 72-inch doorways and pull door handles. Inside, there are four steps up or a 64-inch wide ramp to the theater doors with 42-inch doorways and pull door handles. Theater 1 has two small steps or a 36-inch wide ramped entrance.In Theater 1, there are at least two accessible seating options. These options have a level approach and are 66 inches wide by 48 inches deep. In Theater 4, there are at least four accessible seating options. These options have a level approach and are 36 inches wide by 48 inches deep. There are companion seats adjacent to accessible seats in both theaters.The permanent chairs are 18 inches wide. The back extends 29 inches from the seat which sits 17 inches from the ground. The armrests are adjustable. Alternative chairs without armrests are available upon request.
There are two accessible public restrooms, one with urinals and stalls, and the other with only stalls. Please note: in the restroom with urinals and stalls, the approach to the largest stall is angled and 34 inches wide. There are no private restrooms available.
The Broad Theater sells food and drink (including alcoholic beverages) available for attendees to purchase.
Depending on the program, closed captioning and Assistive Listening Devices will be available by request (with a photo ID). Films with closed captions will be noted in the online Film Guide.
Please click here for more information about Festival accessibility or request accommodation by completing this form.
Interested in sponsoring the Third Horizon x NOFF: A Program of Caribbean Films on May 13? Email email@example.com.
Supported by a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council, as administered by Arts New Orleans. Funding has also been provided by the National Endowment of the Arts.
THANK YOU TO OUR 2023 SPONSORS + PARTNERS!
We appreciate your interest in joining our volunteer team for the Third Horizon x NOFF: A Program of Caribbean Films showcase taking place on Saturday, May 13, at the Broad Theater.
This one day film showcase would not happen without the dedication and hard work of each and every volunteer. Thank you!
Click here to sign up. We will reach out to confirm you volunteer spot and provide you with details and a specific schedule.
Please note: In order to maintain a safe environment and provide an in-person festival experience during the COVID-19 pandemic, we require all staff and volunteers to be vaccinated and strongly encourage up to date booster shots. Thank you for understanding.
If you have any questions that are not addressed here, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
-This position requires excellent customer service skills and knowledge of the festival
-Scan patron’s tickets at the entrance to the Theater, monitor and track attendance, plus line management
-Checking sound levels and visual quality from inside the theater
-Keep venues clean and looking great
-Other venue operations duties as needed
-Help with the setup and break down of the reception (may require heavy lifting)
– Check tickets as patrons enter
– Serve food and beverages, keeping areas stocked and organized
– Keep reception space clean and looking great
– Other duties as needed
In-Person Film Vouchers
o Choice of (1) awarded after each shift.
o Choice of (1) awarded after 12 volunteer hours
o Moviegoer Membership awarded after 20+ volunteer hours *if you’ve volunteered with us at the French Film Festival, you can combine these hours!*
CODE OF CONDUCT
Please join us in embracing our community guidelines at all Festival events by:
- Acknowledging with gratitude the land we occupy as the colonized Indigenous space known first as Bulbancha
- Sustaining authentic relationships with our neighbors, especially the Afro-descendent communities that continually shape New Orleans
- Including people equitably of every race, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, ability, sexual orientation, nationality, religion, age, physical appearance, language, citizenship, and socioeconomic status
- Protecting each other’s health amidst an ongoing global pandemic
- Treating others with dignity and respect, especially Festival volunteers and staff implementing Festival policies and procedures
- Enjoying alcohol and other refreshments responsibly and mindfully
We will not permit:
- Disruptive behavior of any kind that interferes with Festival events
- Use of personal electronics during Festival screenings, especially cell phones and unauthorized recording devices
- Non-compliance with the direction of Festival staff and volunteers regarding Festival policies and procedures
- Verbal or physical harassment, including abusive language and gestures, threats, cursing, or sexual language directed at others
- Any form of discrimination or harassment, including, but not limited to, racism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, sexism, or body shaming
- Using firearms or other dangerous weapons in Festival spaces to intimidate or harm volunteers, staff, or attendees
By purchasing a ticket or entering Festival event spaces, you agree to join us in this Code of Conduct. If you are found to be in violation of these agreements, you may be removed from events by a designated staff member. If you witness or experience a violation of these agreements, we encourage you to report the incident anonymously via this form or by email at email@example.com.
By entering Festival event spaces, you consent to photography and recording (audio and video) and its release, publication, exhibition, or reproduction to be used for news, webcasts, promotional purposes, telecasts, advertising, inclusion on websites, social media, or any other purpose by NOFS and its affiliates and representatives.
The New Orleans Film Society is dedicated to equitable access to our programming.
All foreign-language films will be screened in their original language with English subtitles.
NOFS can arrange for American Sign Language interpreters by request at no cost to festival attendees. We ask that you please make this request at least two weeks in advance of the screening.
CAPTIONING & AMPLIFICATION
Assistive Listening Devices, which amplify program sound through headphones or hearing aids, are available by request (with a photo ID).
Some programs are equipped with Descriptive Audio Tracks that provide narration through Assistive Listening Devices.
The Broad Theater location is accessible to attendees using mobility devices and accessible (ADA) seating is available. Please visit the Venue tab for location specific information.
Working service animals, such as guide dogs, are welcome to accompany festival attendees. We are unable to accommodate pets or emotional support animals.
QUESTIONS & REQUESTS
To request accommodation for specific festival events, including discounted companion tickets, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Have questions? Our team is available from 10 AM – 6 PM CST Monday through Friday via:
- Live chat by clicking the teal “Contact Us” envelope icon in the bottom right corner of our website
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- Phone at (504) 309-6633