F-NO, The Public Health Film Festival of New Orleans, is a collaboration between Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, 102.3 FM WHIV, and the Southern Center for Health Equity (SOCHE). Our aim is to foster discussions on a variety of health issues while honoring filmmakers who advocate for much needed change. 2019 marks the first annual
F-NO film festival, and we’re bringing a full schedule of fascinating film screenings and moderated panels that include filmmakers and experts in the field.
F-NO is a cross-sectoral festival, highlighting topics that range from gun violence to reproductive rights, veterans' health to HIV/AIDS, and beyond.
Our mission is health equity through innovative messaging.
We invite people of all ages, sexual orientation, race, and ethnicity to attend and take part in this progressive film festival. We are excited to debut F-NO this May with a collection of powerful feature-length and short films.