Tika Laudun

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Tika Laudun

Tika Laudun is a senior staff member at Louisiana Public Broadcasting and is responsible for the development of LPB's documentary and educational productions. As a filmmaker, Laudun specializes in stories that tell the history and culture of her Louisiana native homeland.

She is the senior producer and director for LPB’s Louisiana: A History series and companion book Louisiana An Illustrated History. The Louisiana History series has been awarded many national honors including the duPont Columbia Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism (television’s equivalent to the Pulitzer Prize); The National Educational Telecommunications Association Award of Excellence for Historical Documentary Series; a Sun Coast Regional Emmy Award; six National Telly Awards; and International CINE and New York Film Festival awards.

Job Title: 
Producer
 
 

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Lake of Betrayal looks at the Seneca Nation’s fight to protect its sovereignty against a backdrop of a federal Indian Termination policy, pork-barre

Filmmakers


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• Upcoming Film Screenings