LRFF2015 Announces Golden Rock Narrative Competition Lineup
Little Rock Film Festival is proud to announce its 2015 Golden Rock Narrative Competition Lineup, curated by LRFF Programmer Levi Agee.
LRFF2015 passes are now available for online HERE.
7 Chinese Brothers (76min)
Director – Bob Byington (@BobByington)
Jason Schwartzman portrays Larry, an inebriated sad sack who rides a tide of booze onto the shores of an undiscriminating Quick-Lube. The only bright spot is probably his boss, Lupe. Will Larry keep it together long enough to win the girl, provide for his French bulldog (Schwartzman’s real-life dog Arrow), laze about with his friend Major, and do his cantankerous grandmother proud?
Director – Onur Tukel (@otukel)
Every Tuesday night, radio talk show host Stevie Bricks invites his listeners to call in and share their stories. When one night he asks people to share the worst thing they’ve ever done, high school teacher Ron Welz can’t resist. Big mistake—what he reveals sets off a chain of hilariously uncontrollable events adversely affecting his marriage and another couple. And when someone starts sending him body parts, his life really begins to fall apart.
Funny Bunny (85min)
Director – Alison Bagnail
Twitter – @funnybunnyfilm
A hapless anti-childhood obesity crusader and a maternally neglected trust-funder bond as they vie for the heart of a troubled animal activist.
God Bless The Child (94min)
Director – Robert Machoian, Rodrigo Ojeda-Beck
Five siblings, left on their own, spend a summer’s day full of fantasy and chaos.
Director – Rania Attieh, Daniel Garcia
Twitter – @Hthefilm
Two women descend into madness after an alleged meteor strike sets off a series of strange events in their town of Troy, N.Y.
Krisha (83min), Grand Jury Award Winner – Narrative Feature Competition SXSW2015, Audience Award Winner – Narrative Feature Competition, SXSW2015
Director – Trey Edward Shults
Twitter – @krishamovie
When Krisha returns for a holiday gathering, the only things standing in her way are family, dogs, and turkey.
Uncle Kent 2 (73min)
Director – Todd Rohal
In a desperate search to create a follow-up to Joe Swanberg’s 2011 film Uncle Kent, Kent Osborne travels to a comic book convention in San Diego where he loses his mind and confronts the end of the world.
White God (121min), Prize of Un Certain Regard Cannes Film Festival
Director – Kornél Mundruczó
Thirteen-year-old Lili fights to protect her dog Hagen. She is devastated when her father eventually sets Hagen free on the streets. Still innocently believing love can conquer any difficulty, Lili sets out to find her dog and save him.