Little Rock Film Festival schedule 

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≠ 6 p.m.: Opening Night Red Carpet Reception. Gold pass or opening night ticket required. Argenta Community Theater.

≠ 7 p.m.: "The Last Ride," dir. Harry Thomason. Filmmaker present. 120 min. Argenta Community Theater.

≠ 7:45 p.m.: "The Last Ride," dir. Harry Thomason. Filmmaker present. 120 min. Riverdale 10.

≠ 8 p.m.: Oxford American Opening Night Party. Live music from The Salty Dogs, Mockingbird Hillbilly Band. Special performances from "The Last Ride" stars Henry Thomas and Jesse James. Downtown Argenta.

≠ Midnight: Argenta Rooftop Gold Pass Party. Argenta Community Theater.


≠ 11 a.m.: "First Dog," dir. Brian Michael Stoller. 95 min. Filmmaker and dog present. Clinton Presidential Center.

≠ 1 p.m.: "Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills," dir. Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky. 150 min. Argenta Community Theater.

≠ 1:30 p.m.: "Abraxas," dir. Naoki Kato. 113 min. Riverdale 10.

≠ 2:10 p.m.: "Marathon Boy," dir. Gemma Atwai. 99 min. Riverdale 10.

≠ 2:15 p.m.: "Darwin," dir. Nick Brandestini. 88 min. Riverdale 10.

≠ 2:15 p.m.: "Hell and Back Again," dir. Danfung Dennis. 88 min. Riverdale 10.

≠ 3 p.m.: LRFF Talks: The Art of the Short Film. Graham Gordy, Chris Olsen, Gerry Bruno, Grant Curatola and Amman Abbasi talk about their craft. 60 min. Filmmaker Lounge, Riverdale 10.

≠ 3:20 p.m.: Arkansas Docs: "More Than a Story." Screenings of the "The Porter Prize," dir. Gabe Gentry, 26 min., and "The Natural State of America," dir. Tim Wistrand, Terrell Case, Corey Gatlin, 76 min. Riverdale 10.

≠ 3:45 p.m.: "Stranger Things," dir. Eleanor Burke and Ron Eyal. 80 min. Riverdale 10.

≠ 4 p.m.: World Shorts 4: "There Won't Be Blood." Seven horror shorts: "Death and the Blue-Eyed Boy," dir. Grant Curatola, 17 min.; "Fabrica de Munecas (Doll Factory)," dir. Ainhoa Memendez Goyoaga, 11 min.; "The Window," dir. Ryan Spindell, 9 min.; "Sidewalk Wars," dir. Emil Stenberg, 2 min.; "Dentro del Bosque," dir. Luis Caballero, 15 min.; "Chasing Cotards," dir. Edward Dark, 13 min.; "The Candidate," dir. David Kariak, 20 min. Riverdale 10.

≠ 4 p.m.: "Disfarmer," dir. Martin Lavut. 60 min. Riverdale 10.

≠ 4:10 p.m.: "If a Tree Falls: The Story of the Earth Liberation Front," dir. Marshall Curry. 85 min. Riverdale 10.

≠ 4:15 p.m.: "The Last Mountain," dir. Bill Haney. 94 min. Riverdale 10.

≠ 4:15 p.m.: LRFF Talks: The Media and the West Memphis Three. Screening of "Voices for Justice" (dir. Mike Poe, 15 min.) followed by discussion with Joe Berlinger, Mara Leveritt, Lorri Davis, Capi Peck-Peterson. Moderated by Lindsey Millar. 60 min. Argenta Community Theater.

≠ 4:30 p.m.: Filmmaker Reception. 120 min. Filmmaker Lounge, Riverdale 10.

≠ 5:20 p.m.: LRFF Talks: So Lost in the South. The making of the Oxford American National Magazine Award-winning video series. Videos follow by discussion with Dave Anderson and Warwick Sabin. 45 min. Riverdale 10.

≠ 6 p.m.: "Happy New Year," dir. Lorrel Manning. 104 min. Filmmaker present. Riverdale 10.

≠ 6 p.m.: "Independent for Governor: An Idealist's Grueling Run," dir. Huixia Lu. 99 min. Filmmaker present. Riverdale 10.

≠ 6:15 p.m.: "Prairie Love," dir. Dusty Bias. 85 min. Filmmaker present. Riverdale 10.

≠ 6:30 p.m.: "Left by the Ship," dir. Emma Rosi Landi and Alberto Vendemmiati. 79 min. Filmmakers present. Riverdale 10.

≠ 6:30 p.m.: "Dog Sweat," dir. Hossein Keshavarz. 90 min. Filmmaker present. Riverdale 10.

≠ 6:30 p.m.: World Shorts I: "Adventures Great and Small." Seven shorts celebrating the spirit of adventure: "The Man Who Knew How to Fly," dir. Robi Michael, 24 min.; "Disco," dir. Luke Snellin, 15 min.; "Richard Tuft's Over the Top," dir. Richard Tuft, 5 min.; "Missile Crisis," dir. Jaye Davidson, 16 min.; "December 15," dir. Ryan Russell Smith, 5 min.; "Statue," dir. Andrew Bryan, 10 min.; "Karl Dahl and the Golden Cube," dir. Christopher Kai Olsen, 12 min. Riverdale 10.



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