If you love the little gold statuette and all the drama and intrigue that leads to the Academy Awards presentations, you need to be in the know about all the activities at downtown’s Robinson Film Center.

Robinson Film Center, 617 Texas St.


From now through March 27 (Oscars night!), RFC will be showing Best Picture nominees, hosting Oscars 101 talks and other events, all leading to a fabulous night of fun and fashion, The Robbys! Tickets for the Robbys are on sale now. 

From now through March 27 (Oscars night), RFC will be showing nominated movies. Post to your calendars now so you don’t miss a one!

Cyrano (1 Academy Award nomination) and West Side Story (7 Academy Award nominations) are on screens now. West Side Story ends its run March 3, Cyrano continues.

King Richard (Academy Award nominee Will Smith & 5 other nominations) begins March 4.  King Richard is the inspiring story of a Shreveport native who raised two of the worlds greatest sports legends, Venus and Serena Williams.

March 10 & 11 is Filmmaking 101: Production. These sessions will run 90 minutes, $30 per class.

Drive My Car opens March 11. Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s DRIVE MY CAR is the first Japanese film ever to be nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars. Based on Haruki Murakami’s short story from his collection Men Without Women.

March 16 5:30 pm is Oscars 101. Discuss Best Picture nominees with RFC’s Oscars expert over wine!

The Power of the Dog returns March 18. (12 Academy Award nominations including Best Picture and Best Director).

Don’t forget that you can enjoy both food and film at Robinson Film Center! Abby Singer’s Bistro is open Tues.-Thurs. 11 am- 2:30 pm and 5-8 pm, Fridays 11 am-2:30 pm and 5-9 pm and Saturdays 4-9 pm.