SPECIAL Q&A AND BOOK SIGNING WITH DJANGO UNCHAINED ACTRESS
LAURA CAYOUETTE HOSTED BY MIKE SCOTT OF NOLA.COM | THE TIMES-PICAYUNE AND
GARDEN DISTRICT BOOK SHOP
WHAT: Local actress Laura Cayouette of the Academy Award Nominated film Django Unchained joins
Garden District Book Shop to discuss her recently released first book, Know Small Parts: An Actor’s
Guide to Turning Minutes into Moments and Moments into a Career.
WHO: Laura Cayouette of Django Unchained
Mike Scott of NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
WHEN: Wednesday, February 20th 5:30pm – 7:00pm
WHERE: Garden District Book Shop
2727 Prytania St.
ABOUT LAURA CAYOUETTE
In her 20 year career, Laura Cayouette has acted in such films as Enemy of the State, Kill Bill Vol. 2 and her most recent role as Leonardo DiCaprio’s sister Lara Lee in the Academy Award nominated film Django Unchained. Laura has also acted in hit shows such as Treme, Friends and more than 50 commercials. Laura recently released her first book Know Small Parts: An Actor’s Guide to Turning Minutes into Moments & Moments into a Career with a foreword written by Academy Award-Winner Richard Dreyfuss. Laura resides in New Orleans where she writes a blog LAtoNOLA.com about her love for the city and continues to act.
For more information or to arrange an interview, please contact Maggie Moore at 504.909.5343 or
Film Festival Flix brings the best of the festival experience to select cities every month for your exclusive viewing. On November 12th, we are excited to bring you an exclusive one-night-only program. All ticketholders gain access to the Red Carpet, Reception, and
Enjoy complimentary beer from Louisiana Craft Beer, discounts on refreshments from La Cocinita, and lively commentary from your host, B97’s Stevie G!
Ticketholder Reception: 6:30pm
Red Carpet Photos: 7:30pm
Official November Selections:
THE ATHLETE feature film by Davey Frankel and Rasselas Lakew
A LOST LOVE STORY short film by Meg Pinsonneault
About The Athlete: Running the streets of Rome in 1960, an unknown, barefooted Ethiopian man stunned the world by winning Olympic gold in the marathon. Overnight, Abebe Bikila became a sports legend. A hero in his own country and to the continent, Bikila was the first African to win a gold medal, and four years later in Tokyo would become the first person in history to win consecutive Olympic gold medals in the marathon.
Trailer & Tickets:
Trailer Park Jesus, a locally written and produced indie feature will screen at the Chalmette Theater for a week starting this Friday night. The zany drug comedy has been on a real festival run winning 8 awards in the last 12 festivals it’s screened at. The film was written and directed by Sean Gerowin of Backyard Shed Films and features many key New Orleans based actors including Michael Dardant, Shanna Forrestall, Brent Henry, Kim Collins, Danie Coleman, Garrett Smith, Holly Ladnier, Mandi Turner and more!
Screening Details here: