Fleurish Films seeks to inspire appreciation and respect for the artistry, music, folklore, linguistics, and history of various communities within Louisiana and beyond.
Founded in 2016, Fleurish Films is dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of cultural heritage through film. With a great response from their recent documentary First Cousins, Fleurish Films continues to share the rich culture of South Louisiana with the world.
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This film explores the musical heritage of Cajuns and Creoles, South Louisiana’s French-speaking people who have shared tunes, swapped instruments, and danced in each other’s arms for generations. In private moments and in packed dance halls, some of the region’s most beloved musicians reveal the passion they share for making music and carrying on family traditions.
With roots reaching all the way back to Africa, Europe, and French Canada over the past three centuries, the solid trunk of Louisiana’s Creole and Cajun music has flourished into a family tree with inextricably intertwined branches. A little too distant for siblings, these communities and their music are surely related enough to be considered first cousins.
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