Little Rock Film Festival Schedule 

Screenings, excluding the opening night film, are $5 suggested donation per film. A $25 pass grants priority access to all screenings (excluding the opening night film), panel discussions and some events. Or, for $50, festival goers can purchase a special party pass that affords access to all screenings and special events, including nightly parties where complimentary food and drink will be provided, but excluding the gala. Or a $200 VIP pass, available in limited number, provides the same access as the party pass, but with priority seating, access to the filmmaker lounge and the Arkansas Times-sponsored gala. Individual tickets to the opening night film, opening night after party, fashion show and closing night gala are also available, all via littlerockfilmfestival.org. Tickets and festival passes purchased in advance can be picked up at screening locations, where they can also be purchased.


5:30 p.m.: VIP Opening Night Reception, Cajun's Wharf. VIP pass required.

7:00 p.m.: "Winter's Bone," dir. Debra Granik, narrative feature, 100 min., Riverdale 10. Party pass required.

9:00 p.m.: Oxford American Opening Night After-Party, Terry House Mansion. Party pass required.


12:30 p.m.: "Lost Dogs," dir. Hudson Dunlap, narrative feature, 88 min., Riverdale 10.

1:00 p.m.: "Waking Sleeping Beauty," dir. Don Hahn, narrative feature, 86 min., Riverdale 10.

1:15 p.m.: "Alamar," dir. Pedro Gonzalez-Rubio, narrative feature, 73 min., Riverdale 10.

1:30 p.m.: Shorts Program 1: The Things We Do For Love, shorts competition, 76 min., see next six listings, Riverdale 10.

1:30 p.m.: "Mixtape," dir. Luke Snellin.

1:30 p.m.: "Little Ripper," dir. Jarrod Boord.

1:30 p.m.: "She's a Fox," dir. Cameron Sawyer.

1:30 p.m.: "Maneki Neko," dir. German Talavera..

1:30 p.m.: "Context," dir. Kimberly Rice.

1:30 p.m.: "Shadows in the Wind," dir. Julia Guillen-Creagh.

2:30 p.m.: "Beijing Taxi," dir. Miao Wang, documentary, 78 min., Riverdale 10.

2:30 p.m.: "Silent Night," dir. Warren McCullough, narrative feature, 35 min., Riverdale 10.

3:00 p.m.: "Contact," dir. Bentley Dean and Martin Butler, documentary, 78 min., Riverdale 10.

3:00 p.m.: "Looking for Lurch," dir. Tim Jackson, 78 min., Riverdale 10.

3:20 p.m.: Shorts Program 3: Some Call It Art, shorts competition, 68 min., see next six listings, Riverdale 10.

3:20 p.m.: "Fancy," dir. Chris Olsen.

3:20 p.m.: "Goin' Nowhere Fast," dir. Shawn Adams.

3:20 p.m.: "The Architect," dir. Joshua Demers.

3:20 p.m.: "Dacil," dir. Adrian Silvestre.

3:20 p.m.: "A Pattern of Prophecies: an adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth," dir. Laurel Petty.

3:20 p.m.: "History of Made Up Things," dir. Ashley Eberbach.

4:00 p.m.: Marketing Your Film via Social Media, panel discussion, 60 min., Riverdale 10.

4:15 p.m.: "How to Fold a Flag," dir. Petra Epperlein and Michael Tucker, documentary, 85 min., Riverdale 10.

5:00 p.m.: "Etienne!" dir. Jeff Mizushima, narrative feature, 87 min., Riverdale 10.

5:00 p.m.: Arkansas Narrative Shorts 1, 60 min., see next five listings, Riverdale 10.

5:00 p.m.: "The Mount Nebo Chicken Fry," dir. Frances Tisworth.

5:00 p.m.: "Sleepwalker," dir. Jordan Faulkner.

5:00 p.m.: "The Bloodstone Diaries: Sleeper," dir. Gerry Bruno.

5:00 p.m.: "Sleeping with Charlie Kaufman," dir. J. Roland Kelly.

5:00 p.m.: "Ouachita Rising," dir. Brent Williamson.

5:15 p.m.: "Passenger Pigeons," dir. Martha Stephens, narrative feature, 106 min., Riverdale 10.

6:30 p.m.: Arkansas Documentary Shorts, see next three listings, 75 min., Riverdale 10.

6:30 p.m.: "In Queso Fever: A Movie About Cheese Dip," dir. Nick Rogers.

6:30 p.m.: "Knocked Out?" dir. Jesse Abdenour.

6:30 p.m.: "Crater People," dir. Josh Sims.

6:40 p.m.: "Arkansas Traveler" dir. Sean Bridgers and Michael Hemschoot, screening of teaser footage from forthcoming narrative feature, 40 min., Riverdale 10.

6:45 p.m.: "Camp Victory, Afghanistan," dir. Carol Dysinger, documentary, 84 min., Riverdale 10.

7:00 p.m.: Cookout, Dickey-Stephens Park. Party pass required.



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