The Robinson Film Center is a film center and a non profit organization located in Shreveport, Louisiana. Both the venue and the organization aim to help setup a venue for independent films together with international films and classic cinematic masterpieces, at the same time acting as a resource area or section for film production and education.
The Robinson Film Center has also made it a mission to help raise awareness about the power and the value of media through the various programs the organization has for media education.
The center offers guests daily film showing from different genres and production units including independent films and art films. The Robinson Film Center also offers ongoing media production classes for adults and kids which can help in developing hidden talents and skills when it comes to filmmaking.
The RFC is also known to be the bastion of film learning and education and has also become synonymous with different symposiums and seminars which are led by experts in this field of interest. The theatre has also been known to educate people through the use of cinema such as its long running multimedia talk entitled ?Innovations of Sound and Color in Early Hollywood.?
The theatre is also known in the Shreveport area as the home of Abby Singer?s Bistro. The Bistro is a full-service restaurant and bar situated in the Robinson Film Center?s second floor. It has also been known to Shreveport locals as the only bistro with a public dining balcony.
The theatres for the Robinson Film Center are open from Mondays to Sundays with film screenings scheduled to start at 5:00PM on weekdays and 12NN during weekends.