Conni Castille, a Breaux Bridge native and resident, received her Bachelors of Liberal Arts in Philosophy and her Masters Degree in Folklore from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. She has written, directed and produced award-winning documentaries supported primarily by grants from the Louisiana Division of Arts, the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, and the Louisiana Filmmakers Grant Fund Program. She is the Assistant Director of the Moving Image Arts Center at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette where she teaches. Castille’s hope is that her audiences leave with a new point of view, not just about Cajun or Creole culture, but about the power and worth of everyday people doing everyday things. Her documentaries include I Always Do My Collars First, Raised on Rice Gravy, King Crawfish, and T-Galop: A Louisiana Horse Story.
T-Tiny Films Production makes documentaries that celebrate the small things, revealing layers of meaning, creativity, and purpose in the seemingly mundane. Blending compelling story-telling with cinematic beauty, we share people’s stories with respect and integrity.
Creole cowboys and Cajun jockeys, Cotton Knights and Mardi Gras revelers reveal the long history and blend between Creoles and Cajuns and the horses they love.
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