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8 TH ANNUAL
MAY 12-18
2014

LRFF2014 Announces World Shorts Competition Lineup

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Today the Little Rock Film Festival announces the line-up in an expanded World Shorts Competition. Long one of the festival’s most popular sections utilizing alternative venues; the 2014 competition curated by LRFF Programmer Justin Nickels, moves to Sticky Fingers in Little Rock and The Joint in North Little Rock. The line-up includes more than 40 films from 7 different countries. Highlights include returning LRFF alum Bernardo Britto’s Sundance Award winning animated short Yearbook, and Moon Molson’s powerful film The Bravest, The Boldest.

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LRFF2014 World Shorts Competition Line Up Includes:

  • The Bravest, the Boldest, directed by Moon Molson
  • Breaking Night, directed by Yolonda Ross
  • Broke, directed by Benham Jones
  • By the Sea, directed by Robert Machoian
  • Cherry Pop: The Story of the World’s Fanciest Cat, directed by Kareem Tabsch
  • Cinephilia, directed by Leah Chen Baker
  • Confusion Through Sand, directed by Danny Madden
  • The Cyclist, directed by Christopher Bryan
  • Distance, directed by Aimee Long
  • Dog Food, directed by Brian Crano
  • Families Are Forever, directed by Vivian Kleiman
  • Ghosts on the Mountain, directed by Jared Jakins
  • Insomniacs, directed by Charles Chintzer Lai
  • Into The Silent Sea, directed by Andrej Landin
  • June July August, directed by Jason Affolder
  • The King of Size, directed by Peter Dowd
  • Lambing Season, directed by Jeannie Donohoe
  • Last Shot, directed by Greg Popp
  • Le Plongeon, directed by Delphine Le Courtois
  • Lomax, directed by Jesse Kreitzer
  • Looms, directed by the Funk Brothers
  • The Lipstick Stain, directed by Dagny Looper
  • Little Black Fishes, directed by Azra Deniz Okyay
  • Master Muscles, directed by Efrén Hernández
  • Minimus, directed by Jonathan Hopkins
  • One Armed Man, directed by Tim Guinee
  • Phil Collins and the Wild Frontier, directed by Ben Powell
  • Pity, directed by John Pata
  • Sketch, directed by Stephen T. Barton
  • Songs From The Outside, directed by Michael Van Ostade
  • The Spymaster, directed by Patrick Tapu
  • A Stitch in Time (for $9.99), directed by Mu Sun
  • Strike: The Greatest Bowling Story Ever Told, directed by Joey Daoud
  • Tin & Tina, directed by Rubin Stein
  • The Usual, directed by Dawn Higginbotham
  • Where the Red Fox Lies, directed by Jeff Ray
  • X-Ray Man, directed by Kerri Yost
  • Yearbook, directed by Bernardo Britto