The New Orleans Public Library has launched a new tool lending service, located inside the East New Orleans Regional Library.
Get Your New Orleans Film Festival Virtual Pass
We’re excited to announce that we have New Orleans Film Festival Virtual Passes this year. The NOFF Virtual Cinema is available today, November 5, 2021, beginning at noon. Click here for the catalog.
To get your New Orleans Film Festival 2021 Virtual Pass:
1. Click here to create a Virtual Pass.
2. Click on “edit details” to fill out your full name and the name of the organization you received this information from (New Orleans Public Library).
3. After filling out the form, you will be invited to create an Eventive account which will let you use your Community Partner Pass. You will then be able to access the NOFF Virtual Cinema content for the entire festival period (November 5 – 21).
This year, NOFF also has a youth-specific pass, which only features teen-friendly content in the Virtual Cinema. Get this pass here. You can look through this content in the NOFF Virtual Cinema under the ‘Cox Cinema Classroom: Teen-Friendly’ section.
For more information or if you have questions, please visit the New Orleans Film Society’s website.
May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and to celebrate, we’re taking a look through our City Archives & Special Collections to honor the history and heritage of Asian American and Pacific Islander communities in the New Orleans area.
Celebrated New Orleans rapper Alfred Banks is joining forces with the Library to help curate Crescent City Sounds, a free streaming service that features an exclusively local music library.