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8 TH ANNUAL
MAY 12-18
2014

Award Winners

With more than 20,000 people in attendance and more than 100 films and multiple workshops, panels, and parties through a the festival week, the LRFF showcases a strong and diverse film lineup from a pool of more than 1000 film submissions from 30 different countries. Programmed and directed by the award winning filmmaker brothers Brent and Craig Renaud (www.renaudbrothers.com), the Little Rock Film Festival is one of the most competitive film festivals in the country and prides itself in being the most filmmaker friendly festival in the world. During the week long screenings and events, films from around the world compete in the following categories. All winners are announced at the Arkansas Times Closing Night Awards Gala at the Clinton Presidential Center.

2013 Awards and Winners

2012 Awards and Winners

Best Music Video Director: World – Eric Epstein -“Yes I know” by Memory Tapes Best Music Video Director: Arkansas – Alex Penrose - “Some Dreams Come True” by Swimming

2011 Awards and Winners

Oxford American Best Southern Film Award:

Golden Rock for Best Narrative Feature:

Golden Rock for Best Documentary:

Arkansas Times Audience Award:

Charles B. Pierce Award for Best Arkansas Film:

Diamond Award for Career Excellence in Filmmaking:

Special Jury Prize for Courage in Filmmaking:

Best Actor – Arkansas:

Best Director: Arkansas:

Best World Short:

Best Music Video:

The Last Mountain

Robbie Pickering, Natural Selection

Marathon Boy

The Interrupters

Daniel Campbell, The Orderly

Hal Needham

Hossein Keshavarz, Dog Sweat

Dustin Alford, Foot Soldier

The Miller Brothers, Pillow

The Man Who Knew How to Fly

Matt & Todd Wolfe, Pillow Flight

2010 Awards and Winners

Oxford American Best Southern Film:

Golden Rock for Best Narrative Film:

Golden Rock for Best Documentary Film:

Arkansas Times Audience Award:

Charles B. Pierce Award for Best Arkansas Film:

The Bill Hick’s Story

Winter’s Bone

Restrepo

Looking for Lurch

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