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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

LR Film Festival announces "Made in Arkansas" lineup

Posted By on Tue, Apr 16, 2013 at 2:25 PM

Yesterday, the Little Rock Film Festival announced the slate of 19 "Made in Arkansas" films that will screen at the 2013 LRFF. Three of the films are feature-length (including director Juli Jackson's "45RPM," the trailer of which can be seen above), while the rest are shorts. Topics run the gamut, including a short about bigfoot hunters ("Foot Hunters"), a profile of Little Rock homeless outreach advocate Aaron Reddin ("The Van") and a feature-length documentary about the rise and fall of football golden boy Mitch Mustain ("The identity Theft of Mitch Mustain"). Check out the full list here.

All the films chosen for the "Made in Arkansas" category will compete for the LRFF's Charles B. Pierce Award for Best Film, as well as Best Director and Best Actor/Actress awards. The Little Rock Film Festival runs May 15-19. For more information, visit their website.

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