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Belizaire the Cajun (25th Anniversary Fully Remastered DVD) Belizaire the Cajun (25th Anniversary Fully Remastered DVD)

Belizaire the Cajun is an award-winning romantic adventure set in 1859 Louisiana. Written, produced, and directed by Glen Pitre, it played to critical acclaim in theaters around the world. Along with The Big Easy, released a few months later, Belizaire... | More


What We Do

Welcome to Côte Blanche Welcome to Côte Blanche

Whether at the movies, on TV, over the radio, through the internet, in print, or walking around a museum, it’s very likely that you’ve been entertained, informed, and hopefully inspired by the works of our little Louisiana-born, Louisiana-based company. Since... | More


Movies

La Fievre Jaune/Yellow Fever La Fievre Jaune/Yellow Fever

“If your knowledge of Cajun culture is limited, here’s the chance to considerably | More


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Documentaries

American Creole American Creole

New Orleans jazz man Don Vappie finds his sidemen scattered by Katrina, his flooded-out | More


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Books

Country Roads of Louisiana Country Roads of Louisiana

Travel the back roads that hug the bayous of Louisiana from Shreveport to Grand Isle. | More


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Museums

Jean Lafitte Wetlands Center Jean Lafitte Wetlands Center

Thibodaux, La., 1987. Authored exhibit text. National Park Service.  More


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Who we are

Michelle Benoit Michelle Benoit

A Scots-Irish-Cajun from the southwestern Louisiana prairies, Michelle has received degrees from the American University in Paris, France and the University of New Orleans, Louisiana.... | More


Glen Pitre Glen Pitre

Born at Cut Off, Louisiana, Glen Pitre worked his way through Harvard by fishing shrimp each summer. By age 25, American Film magazine dubbed him “father of the Cajun cinema” as... | More