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Little Rock Film Festival kicks off with 'America's Parking Lot'

Posted By on Wed, May 2, 2012 at 10:05 AM

The Little Rock Film Festival will open with the documentary Americas Parking Lot.
  • The Little Rock Film Festival will open with the documentary "America's Parking Lot."

The Little Rock Film Festival announced this morning that the sixth annual cinematic feast will kick off at 7 p.m. May 29 at Argenta Community Theater, with the documentary "America's Parking Lot."

The film follows two maniacal Dallas Cowboys fans whose legendary tailgate parties are in jeopardy with the advent of Jerry World and its attendant astronomical ticket prices. Director Jonny Mars will be at the screening and afterward, there'll be an actual tailgate party with 'cue from Whole Hog Cafe.

Seating priority will favor Gold, Silver and Bronze pass holders, in that order. There will be a few tickets available to the after party for $15. Get your passes right over yonder.

Here's the trailer for "America's Parking Lot":

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