F-NO in the Media

 
 
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Offbeat Magazine

Disparity, Basic Human RIghts FOcus of First Annual Public Health Film Festival of New Orleans

“Strong stories and important lessons are being showcased at this year’s first ever Public Health Film Festival of New Orleans (F-NO) presented by Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, 102.3 FM WHIV, and the Southern Center for Health Equity. The team is proud to present cinematic stories that will educate and inform all viewers of a variety of topics within the health system.. The films will be shown from May 10-12, 2019.

The main focus of the two-day film festival will be disparities in public health and basic individual rights, with films having direct ties to issues happening all around Louisiana and New Orleans. HIV/AIDS, gun violence, reproductive justice, veteran’s health, water protectors and more will be present in the films…”

 
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Big Easy Magazine

For Health, 24 Frames a Second: An Interview with Dr. MarkAlain Dery of the 1st Annual

F-NO (Public Health Film Festival of New Orleans)

“Some years ago, when I was an idealistic Green Party voter, I heard of a new radio station launching in New Orleans called WHIV-FM 102.3. With a distinct left-wing attitude geared towards health care, social justice, and community engagement, WHIV has proven itself as a listening post for all of our residents to not just enjoy but to be enlightened by. 

And now, they’re moving from your ears to our eyes.

At the Tulane School of Public Health Downtown Campus, from May 10th to the 12th, WHIV will be presenting the first annual F-NO, a film festival dedicated to teaching, to entertaining, and to providing information on health care, from various local and national perspectives. Films screening will cover everything from gun violence to living with AIDS and then some…”

 
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NewOrleans.com

PUBLIC HEALTH FILM FESTIVAL OF NEW ORLEANS - ALSO KNOWN AS F-NO

Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, 102.3 FM WHIV, and the Southern Center for Health Equity (SOCHE) are proud to announce the 1st annual Public Health Film Festival of New Orleans - also known as F-NO. The film festival will showcase cinematic stories that emphasize disparities in both public health and basic individual rights and will occur from May 10th - May 12th 2019.


The Public Health Film Festival of New Orleans will screen powerful feature-length and short documentaries, intended to inform and educate audiences around a variety of topics while inspiring activism for health equity. Moderated panels including the filmmakers, public health experts, and affected communities portrayed in the films will take place immediately after the screening blocks to add real-life context. Executive Director of 102.3 FM WHIV, Dr. MarkAlain Dery, explains the purpose of the moderated panels: “These conversations will help unpack the intensity of the films while focusing on calls to action for health equity.”…

 
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Tulane Today

Tulane Public Health to co-produce Public Health Film Festival with WHIV

The Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine will partner with community radio station 102.3 FM WHIV-LP to produce the inaugural Public Health Film Festival to showcase cinematic stories that emphasize disparities in both public health and basic individual rights. The film festival will take place May 10-12, 2019, at the university’s downtown campus at 1440 Canal Street in New Orleans.

The Public Health Film Festival of New Orleans will screen powerful feature-length and short documentaries, intended to inform and educate audiences around a variety of topics while inspiring activism for health equity. Moderated panels including the filmmakers, public health experts, and affected community members covered in the documentaries will occur immediately following screening blocks to add real-life context.

 

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Producer, Dr. MarkAlain Dery on United Healthcare’s Community Health Heroes

One of F-NO’s producers, Dr. MarkAlain Dery, discusses the film festival on Leslie Slandowsky’s award-winning Community Health Heroes TV show.

The show is currently airing on NOATV Cox Education Channel 76 on Mondays at 5:30 a.m., Tuesdays at 3:30 a.m., Wednesdays at 11:30 a.m., Thursdays at 5:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Fridays at 6:30 a.m. and Sundays at 8:30 a.m.

It will be broadcast on TV for a few more weeks, and will reach 80,000 homes in New Orleans.

 
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ASPPH: Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health

Tulane: Public Health Film Festival Announced for May

The Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine will partner with community radio station 102.3 FM WHIV-LP to produce the inaugural Public Health Film Festival to showcase cinematic stories that emphasize disparities in both public health and basic individual rights. The film festival will take place May 10-12, 2019.

The Public Health Film Festival of New Orleans will screen powerful feature-length and short documentaries, intended to inform and educate audiences around a variety of topics while inspiring activism for health equity. Moderated panels including the filmmakers, public health experts, and affected community members covered in the documentaries will occur immediately following screening blocks to add real-life context.

 
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Antigravity Magazine

F-NO FILM FEST PICKS

The following films will be screening as part of the first annual F-NO Public Health Film Festival, a three day event (May 10 through 12) hosted by Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, WHIV-FM, and the Southern Center for Health Equity. F-NO will feature films and panel discussions that address health and justice disparities throughout the world.