Going nine years strong, this artist-driven event brings an international lineup of features, documentaries, and shorts
The Fine Print
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$30 for one Bronze pass to the Little Rock Film Festival (up to $60 value)
When: Monday, May 11 through Sunday, May 17
Where: CALS Ron Robinson Theater
Seating: best available after Gold and Silver pass-holders have been seated
Door time: 30 minutes before each screening
Ticket values include all fees.
Little Rock Film Festival
What it is: an artist-driven film festival now in its ninth year
What it’s been called since its founding: one of 25 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee (MovieMaker Magazine), “a watershed event in [Arkansas’s] cultural trajectory” (Arkansas Democrat Gazette), “Lil’ Filmy” (its friends and family)
Last year’s award-winners: Kumiko: The Treasure Hunter, Korengal, Stop the Pounding Heart
Notable films: 7 Chinese Brothers, a dark comedy starring Jason Schwartzman and his French bulldog Arrow; Cartel Land, a documentary about vigilantes on both sides of the border; Collection Day, a nonfiction indictment of America’s militarized police force helmed by a former sheriff; and the skewed holiday tale Twas the Night of the Krampus
The venue: the newest performance space in the River Market district, a 315-seat theater operated by the Central Arkansas Library System