Hello world!


Welcome to our movie page. As you can see, we haven’t had time to post much about our short film now in pre-production, but here’s a quick glimpse at our log line (movie-speak for the one-sentence pitch):

After doctors gives him a short time to live, a retired railroad worker returns to his birthplace of New Orleans on his final quest—getting his adult kids to reconcile and to learn to live without him.

Watch this space later this week for big news about Goodbye, NOLA—a love letter to New Orleans and that crazy thing called family.

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  1. As a director, I find that sometimes watching bad movies can be far more instructive than watching really good ones. I recently saw one (with very talented actors) that drove home the point that even really good actors can make bad movies. My mission on Goodbye, NOLA will be to collaborate with our actors to bring in some stellar performances. I know that, as a team, we can do this!

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