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City Club's Backstage Pass Presents: "Forgotten Bayou"

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City Club's Backstage Pass:  Take “dinner and a movie” to a whole new level at the City Club. Link to trailer:  https://youtu.be/HT62PgaShf4

City Club's Backstage Pass:

Take “dinner and a movie” to a whole new level at the City Club. Link to trailer: https://youtu.be/HT62PgaShf4

time: 5:30pm

cost: $40++ Per Person

attire: Business Casual

This event is open to the entire City Club membership!

Sponsored by Membership Committee

City Club's Backstage Pass:

Take “dinner and a movie” to a whole new level at the City Club.

City Club's Backstage pass is a dining experience that pairs chef-prepared dinners with outstanding film screenings.

Join us for a evening that offer film-goers an opportunity to hear from Writers/Producers/Directors, relax with friends and fellow cinephiles following screenings of selected films.

Menus are inspired by the films in a dinner-party atmosphere. Seating is limited – we look forward to you joining us for this exciting event!

City Club is excited to screen, FORGOTTEN BAYOU, a Documentary Film about the Bayou Corne Sinkhole.

Join us for dinner and a screening with special guests Victoria Greene – Writer/Producer/Director, plus Dennis and Pat Landry. Link to trailer: https://youtu.be/HT62PgaShf4

date: Thursday, June 20th | time: 5:30 pm

cost: $40++ Per Person | attire: Business Casual

Seating is limited – we look forward to you joining us for this exciting event!

Open to All City Club Members and Invited Guest(s)

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Victoria Greene
“Together Monster and Forgotten have screened in over 30 film festivals from coast to coast including NYC (hosted by New York WIFT), in Los Angeles, to civic organizations, non-profits and even presented to an oil and gas company in Houston.”

Learn more: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm5514807/

An award winning filmmaker, Victoria had a successful marketing career before forming Greene Bayou Films in 2013. Her documentaries Forgotten Bayou and Monster on the Bayou have screened all over the world and picked up a few awards along the way. Very active in the community, Victoria volunteers for numerous film organizations, festivals and for PBS as an on air host/anchor during pledge drives which is where she fell in love with this type of storytelling. Continuing to produce and direct both documentary and narrative films that demonstrate hope, strength and resiliency in our communities, she is currently in production on "The Last Moss Man" awarded a New Orleans Jazz & Heritage grant in 2017. Associations include WIFT-Louisiana (Women in Film & Television), New York WIFT, New Orleans Film Society, New Orleans Video & Access Center and Victoria is an advisory board member of The Cool Cooperative, an after school film program for underprivileged youth.

Reservations Required. Open to all City Club Members and Invited Guest(s). 

City Club Member Reservation Options: 

Call the Club at 225.387.5767, by email at cityclub@brcityclub.com, or online visit the Members Only Area @ brcityclub.com. 

City Club Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: 7:30 - 9:00 a.m. (M-F)

Lunch: 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. (M-F)

Dinner: 5:30 - 9:00 p.m. (W-Sat) 

Member General Dining at the Club is open from 5:30 till 9:00 Wednesday - Saturday.

Thank You For Allowing Us To Serve You!
The City Club Staff