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The winners of the 2015 Little Rock Film Festival

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click to enlarge DOCUMENTARY FEATURE WINNER: "Crocodile Gennadiy"
  • DOCUMENTARY FEATURE WINNER: "Crocodile Gennadiy"

The winners of the 2015 Little Rock Film Festival were announced at last night's Arkansas Times Festival Gala. They're all screening on Sunday, the final day of the festival, for passholders or for a $20 day pass. See the schedule below. 

Golden Rock Award for Best Narrative Feature: "Applesauce"

Golden Rock Award for Best Documentary Feature: "Crocodile Gennadiy"

Cinematic Nonfiction Grand Jury Winner: "Of Men and War"

Cinematic Nonfiction Special Grand Jury Mention: "Sweaty Betty"

Arkansas Times Best Southern Film Winner: "Uncertain"

Charles B. Pierce Award for the Best Film Made in Arkansas: "The Whispers"

Documentary World Short Winner: "The Many Sad Fates of Mr. Toledano"

Narrative World Short Winner: "The Way Things Are"

Best Director of a Made in Arkansas Film: Jarrod Paul Beck ("Perfect Machine")

Best Performance in a Made in Arkansas Film: Andrew Walker ("The Grace of Jake")

Best Youth Film Winner: "Pyro"

11 a.m. Butler Center:  "Crocodile Gennadiy" preceded by "The Many Sad Fates of Mr. Toledano"
11 a.m. Ron Robinson: "Applesauce" preceded by "The Way Things Are"
2 p.m. Butler Center: "The Whispers," "Perfect Machine," "Grace of Jake" and "Pyro" 
2 p.m. Ron Robinson "White God"
4 p.m. Panel discussion Ron Robinson, second floor: Panel discussion on music in indie films with music supervisor Joel C. High, Arkansas Film Commissioner Christopher Crane and more. 
4:45 p.m. Butler Center: "Uncertain"
4:45 p.m. Ron Robinson "Of Men and War"
7 p.m. Ron Robinson "Turbo Kid"

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