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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

48 Hour Film Project screenings start Thursday

Posted By on Tue, Aug 27, 2013 at 9:44 AM

The sleepless nights are over, and the films are in the can for the Little Rock leg of the 48 Hour Film Project. Now all that's left to do is watch 'em and decide on the winners.

Screenings will be held at the Marriott Hotel Downtown (formerly The Peabody LR) from Aug. 19-31, with the flicks starting at 7 p.m. Tickets are $8 at the door. Audiences will vote for their favorite films, and the top ten will show at a Best of Show screening and awards event at Wildwood Park on Sept. 14.

Over 30 teams of filmmakers made films this year, including the folks behind the horror flick "The Door," whose mini-trailer can be see above.

Any other questions or inquiries about the 48 Hour Film Project or the screenings? Email Levi Agee at levi@littlerockfilmfestival.org

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