"Face 2 Face" is a feature-length documentary directed by Katherine Brooks (director of "Loving Annabelle" and "The Osbournes") who journeyed around the US during the summer of 2011 for three months to meet 50 of her Facebook friends she met online.
These 50 people were chosen when Brooks posted a status update on her Facebook page that asked who was willing to spend a day with her and she would come to them and film the whole process. At the end of the project, 6 out of the 50 profound stories were chosen and edited into a 100 minute feature-film styled documentary that will be screened at the New Orleans Film Festival this month.
Per Ms. Brooks, Louisiana NOW is invited to a Q and A with the director directly after the movie!
Brooks is an activist for equality. Along with her work within the LGBTQ community, Brooks is a spokesperson for PETA and a practicing Buddhist who travels to India every year.
****You must purchase a ticket. If you wait until the screening night, it may be sold out.****
Film screenings are $8 for NOFS members and $10 general admission.
In addition to online, you may buy tickets in person at the Festival Headquarters Box Office at the Contemporary Arts Center (900 Camp Street), open every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The individual venue box office will open one hour prior to the first screening of that day at that venue.