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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

"The Big Shootout" to screen at Hot Springs Documentary Fest kickoff event

Posted By on Tue, Aug 27, 2013 at 12:08 PM

The Big Shootout trailer from Sam Donald on Vimeo.

The Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival will host a kickoff event at the Clinton Presidential Center Great Hall in Little Rock a week from Thursday, September 5 at 7:30 p.m. In addition to various festival announcements, there will be a special advance screening of Mike Looney 's "The Big Shootout: The Life & Times of 1969," a look back at college football's "Game of the Century" between Texas and Arkansas, and the tumultuous times in which it was played. There will be multiple specials guests (Frank Broyles?) from the film participating in a Q&A after the screening. 

Tickets are $25 and available here or by phone at 501-661-1037. 

The 2013 Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival takes place in mid-October at the Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs, Arkansas. More info here

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