Southern Screen 2022 Festival

Acadiana Center for the Arts ,  101 W. Vermilion St. Lafayette, LA 70501

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Dates: November 10, 2022 - November 13, 2022

Recurring: Recurring daily

Price: Pass prices vary.

Southern Screen Festival passes are now available.  The Festival will be presented in-person this year, with an option to watch films virtually throughout the four-day event, November 10-13 in Lafayette, LA.

Southern Screen Festival is a non-competitive event offering a platform for creative expression and exchange.  Aside from films, the festival offers music, podcasts, and educational workshops, seminars and panels.  

Festival Passes are now on sale.  This year, all screenings, sessions and social events will be held in-person.  The Festival is also offering a Virtual Screening Pass for watching films at-home, a discounted Industry Pass reserved for individuals who work in the fields of film, music, radio, comedy, podcasts, writing, or other creative storytelling mediums, and a discounted Student Pass available to all students with a student ID.  Individual tickets will be available starting October 20th through the Festival weekend.

Stay tuned for announcements on films, music, workshops, panels and seminars.  Past special guests include actresses Alex Borstein (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel), Rachel Dratch (Saturday Night Live), and Alison Becker (Parks and Recreation); producer Monty Ross (Malcom X); Ben Dickey (Blaze); John Veiner (Family Guy); Eamonn Bowles (Magnolia Pictures); Javier Marcheselli (Blade Runner 2049); and Robert Legato (Titantic).

All information on how you can attend and the Festival schedule can be found on the Southern Screen website, southernscreen.org.  

About Southern Screen

Southern Screen is a multi-disciplinary arts organization that supports and celebrates creative professionals and their work. The festival provides a platform for emerging and innovative storytellers of all types to showcase their craft and share their creativity. We feature film screenings, live music, creative writing, podcasts, community and industry workshops, networking mixers, parties and more. Our mission is to move beyond traditional film and music festivals and expose our guests and our community to the endless possibilities of art and entertainment.