A venture to this state park is on the must-do list for many, the park being the only spot in North America where you can dig for diamonds and other gemstones and keep your finds.
"La Petite Mort," a BrickHut production directed by Matt Owen, took the top honors for this year's Little Rock 48 Hour Film Project screenings, hosted Thursday night at Argenta Community Theater.
In addition to the overall best film, "La Petite Mort" took home the best music award and was nominated for best cinematography and best editing.
"It was hectic and crazy," Owen said of the filmmaking process.
The music — a combined effort by Connor McNabb, Vince Griffin and Ian Thomas — was certainly a tune to stick in the head. As was the film's story, which featured two singing psychopaths, Tammy and Tommy Shuttles, performed to an inattentive audience, which was collectively tortured and murdered as punishment.
The film will go on to be screened at next year's Filmapalooza with 48HFP winners from around the world.
Thursday night's audience of nearly 300 watched the 11 audience favorites, which were selected last week at screenings in which all 27 48HFP films were shown over three nights.
See the other award winners after the jump.
The other Best-Of awards:
"Reboot" by AndrewMFilms by Andrew McMurry
Tie between "Hey Kid" by Ted Loves Mary, Matthew Rowe and "Faith" (Film de Fimme) by Domino Pictures, Dean Denton
"Fire Engine Red" by Whiffle Powder Productions, Jim Patterson
"Left" by Team Arkansas Times/P. Allen Smith, David Koon
"La Petite Mort"
"Independence" by TriCore Productions/Sterling Imageworks, Justin Story
Best Use of Prop
"Snipe Hunters" by Raymond Roquello & His Orchestra Productions, Charlie Brady
Best Use of Dialogue
"God and Jesus living in a City Apartment" by Riding Dinosaurs, Dustin Ridling
Best Use of Character
"Love is in the Hair" by Baby Lonzo Productions, Christopher Thompson