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Kaleidoscope 2016 schedule 

Thursday, Aug. 18

6 p.m. Pre-screening champagne reception. Argenta Community Theater.

7 p.m. "Southwest of Salem: The Story of the San Antonio Four," 91 min. With director Deborah Esquenazi and the San Antonio Four — Elizabeth Ramirez, Cassandra Rivera, Kristie Mayhugh and Anna Vasquez. Argenta Community Theater.

9 p.m. Opening night party. Diamond Bear Brewery.

Friday, Aug. 19

1 p.m. "What is Love?" Seven short films, 56 min.: "Fast Hearts," dir. Franck Tabouring;"Pink Boy," dir. Eric Rockey; "Pepper," dir. Patrick Aubert; "Betty," dir. Kristiina Kello; "Dime," dir. Maxime Gilbert; "Easy," dir. Robert Guthrie; "About James," dir. Christopher Nold. The Joint.

2:15 p.m. "When a Monster Calls." Five short films, 56 min.: "Fuckkkyouu," dir. Eddie Alcazar; "Tonight It's You," dir. Dominic Haxton; "A Doll's Eyes," dir. Jonathan Wysocki; "Private Waltz," dir. Marina Waltz; "Disco Inferno," dir. Alice Waddington. The Joint.

3 p.m. (VIP), 4 p.m. (public): "Welcome to Arkansas" Filmmaker Reception. Crush Wine Bar.

3:30 p.m. "Here's to New Beginnings." Six short films, 49 minutes: "The Visit," dir. Leandro Corinth; "Dawn," dir. Jake Graf; "Libertad," dir. Brenda Avila-Hanna; "Expose," dir. Ronja Jansz; "Oh, I Get It," dir. Danny Tayara; "Swirl," dir. Lance McDaniel. The Joint.

5:15 p.m. "Slash," dir. Clay Liford. 100 min. Argenta Community Theater.

7 p.m. "White Nights," dir. Mark Thiedeman. 70 min. Argenta Community Theater.

9 p.m. "White Nights" / Friday night After-Party. Club Sway.

Saturday, Aug. 20

11 a.m.: Kaleidoscope Humanitarian Award presentation to Miss Major Griffin-Gracy. Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub.

1 p.m. "A Road to Home," dir. Cal Skaggs. Special fundraiser screening for Lucie's Place. 91 min. The Joint.

1 p.m. "Summertime," dir. Catherine Corsini. 105 min. Argenta Community Theater.

1:30 p.m. Argenta Arts District VIP Filmmaker Reception. Argenta Gallery.

3 p.m. "The Next (O Ninho)," dirs. Filipe Matzembacher and Marcio Reolon. 115 min. Argenta Community Theater.

3 p.m. "Upstairs Inferno," dir. Robert L. Camina. 96 min. The Joint.

5 p.m. "You'll Never Be Alone," dir. Alex Anwandter. 81 min. Argenta Community Theater.

7 p.m. "Check It," dirs. Dana Flor and Toby Oppenheimer. 90 min. Argenta Community Theater.

9 p.m. "Lazy Eye," dir. Tim Kirkman. 94 min. Argenta Community Theater.

9 p.m. Human Rights Campaign Saturday Night After-Party. Crush Wine Bar.

Sunday, Aug. 21

10 a.m., 1:30 p.m. seatings. Drag Queen Brunch. 610 Center Bar & Grill.

Noon. "What is Love?" Seven short films, 56 min: "Fast Hearts," dir. Franck Tabouring; "Pink Boy," dir. Eric Rockey; "Pepper," dir. Patrick Aubert; "Betty," dir. Kristiina Kello; "Dime," dir. Maxime Gilbert; "Easy," dir. Robert Guthrie; "About James," dir. Christopher Nold. The Joint.

Noon. "Departure," dir. Andrew Stegall. 109 min. Argenta Community Theater.

1 p.m. "When a Monster Calls." Five short films, 56 min. "Fuckkkyouu," dir. Eddie Alcazar; "Tonight It's You," dir. Dominic Haxton; "A Doll's Eyes," dir. Jonathan Wysocki; "Private Waltz," dir. Marina Waltz; "Disco Inferno," dir. Alice Waddington. The Joint.

2 p.m. "Closet Monster," dir. Stephen Dunn. 90 min. Argenta Community Theater.

2 p.m. "Here's to New Beginnings." Six short films, 49 minutes: "The Visit," dir. Leandro Corinth; "Dawn," dir. Jake Graf; "Libertad," dir. Brenda Avila-Hanna; "Expose," dir. Ronja Jansz; "Oh, I Get It," dir. Danny Tayara; "Swirl," dir. Lance McDaniel. The Joint.

4 p.m. "First Girl I Loved," dir. Keres Sanga. 91 min. The Joint.

4 p.m. "I Promise You Anarchy," dir. Julio Hernández Cordón. 100 min. Argenta Community Theater.

6 p.m. "Major!" dir. Annalise Ophelian. 91 min. Argenta Community Theater.

8 p.m. The Champagne Goodbye and Awards Party. The Joint.

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