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Movies head South

Word is out, nationally, about the Little Rock Film Festival.
by Lindsey Millar

Ten to watch

From 'Lola Versus' to 'Tchoupitoulas.'
by Cheree Franco and Lindsey Millar

Arkansas affair

LRFF has slew of Natural State-related offerings.
by Robert Bell

LRFF directors turn to funders like Kickstarter

A survey of this year's LRFF lineup reveals that more than half of the featured films used Kickstarter or Indiegogo for at least a portion of funding.
by Kim Lane

LRFF 2012 winners

From Wednesday to the Sunday night gala.

LRFF 2012 schedule

From 'Pilgrim Song' to 'Beasts.'

Q&A: Martha Stephens, director of "Pilgrim Song"

On whether she feel's like she's breaking into a boys club, filming on a shoe-string budget and how the LRFF compares to other film festivals.
by Kim Lane

Q&A with Myles Kane, director of "Journey to Planet X"

On bikinied women from outer space, the impulse to intervene and the pathologies of his subjects.
by Kyle Brazzel

Q&A: Annie Eastman, director of "Bay of Saints"

On the rigors of shooting in a Brazilian slum, new fundraising methods and the joys of screening at a Brazilian film festival.
by Kim Lane

Review: 'Future Weather'

A dreamily shot, heavy-handed drama about a 13-year-old eco-activist named Laduree and her incongruously tawdry guardians.
by Cheree Franco

Review: 'Teddy Bear'

A gentle giant searches for love.
by Natalie Elliott

Review: 'Beasts of the Southern Wild'

A dense, ambitious epic, set in a swampy downtrodden utopia known as The Bathtub and starring six-year-old Quvenzhane “Nazie” Wallis as Hushpuppy, the half-feral bayou child.
by Cheree Franco

Review: 'Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story'

This is a film that ought to be distributed in the public schools.
by Leslie Newell Peacock

Review: 'Bay of All Saints'

A look at disenfranchised populations in the Bahia state of Brazil.
by Cheree Franco

Review: 'Arkansas Shorts #3: Warm-Blooded Cold-Hearted'

Revenge is the theme.
by Jeremy Glover

"Conlon Nancarrow: Virtuoso of the Player Piano"

A documentary about the groundbreaking Arkansas musician.
by Natalie Elliott

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