All on a Mardi Gras Day

All on a Mardi Gras Day is the story of New Orleans’ black carnival traditions: the Zulus, Indians, Baby Dolls, Skeletons and the men and women who carried on these traditions for over a century. This one hour documentary was originally aired nationally on PBS stations, and received the Louisiana Filmmaker Award at the New Orleans Film Festival. Set to the beat of classic New Orleans music from Professor Longhair, the Meters, Dr. John, Earl King and the Wild Magnolias, this film has become a carnival tradition of its’ own.