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Little Rock Film Festival 2014 Passes Are Now Available Online

Little Rock Film Festival 2014 Passes Are Now Available Online

It’s that time of the year again, when filmmakers, film fans and film buffs get together for a week’s screening of films, events, panels, workshops and of course parties. The LRFF2014 is almost here. This year LRFf2014 be a week long event held May 12-18, 2014 with the CALS Ron Robinson Theater, LRFF’s flagship new home, as our main venue. As we line up our programming and get ready for LRFF2014, we are proud to announce that passes to LRFF2014 are now available online HERE for you to purchase and to get your seats booked to this year’s event. We promise it will be nothing like ever before. The pass structure and price remains the same as our previous years. However, this year we have added a new Student Pass, for all our student film buffs and filmmakers, that basically gives all students a Silver Pass Access to LRFF for half the price. All passes purchased online must be collected in person at the Box Office upon display of purchase receipt. Students must bring with them a valid current student I.D when picking up their pass at the Box Office. BUY YOUR LRFF2014 FILM FESTIVAL PASS HERE. LRFF2014 pass options include: ——————————————————————————————————— Gold Pass: $300 – All Access The Gold Pass grants All Access Priority Admission to LRFF2014. With a Gold Pass you have access to over 100 indie films from around the country and the world along with the opportunity to interact with your favorite filmmakers  and special guests at the festival one on one. If you fancy a chat with your favorite filmmaker, head over to our  filmmaker lounge for a...
LRFF2013 Passes are now available

LRFF2013 Passes are now available

We promised you earlier this year that we are planning BIG things for LRFF2013. We kept our promise! To begin with we have organized bigger screening venues with nearly double the seating capacity than before (venues TBA at the press conference in early April), so you could have a GREAT movie going experience and so we have a larger awesome audience to interact with! The LRFF2013 passes and tickets are now on sale. Visit out Box Office section for more details on the pass structure and to make an online purchase. Passes are a great way to enjoy the Little Rock Film Festival. LRFF2013 offers you three different options to choose from: Gold (All Access) – $300, Silver (Films, Parties and Panels)- $150 and Bronze (Films) – $50. Individual tickets to the Opening Night Film and Party – $25 and to the Arkansas Times Awards Gala at the Clinton Presidential Library – $75 are also available. Non- pass holders will need to buy a ticket in advance to ensure a seat to the Opening Night Film and Party. This year at the LRFF2013, we have planned short musical performances, showcasing budding Arkansas talent, to play 20 minutes before select screenings which I hear are not to be missed. We will begin seating 25 minutes prior to the event/screening and we recommend that you show up at least 35-40 minutes prior to an event/film screening to reserve your seat. All movie goers will be seated as per the pass structure –Gold, Silver and then Bronze. Non-pass holders pay at the time of admission and are seated basis seats availability. If you are not...

LRFF's First Ever Rooftop Screening – Bloody Mama, April 12th

Join us under the stars for Little Rock Film Festival’s first ever Rooftop Screening of ‘Bloody Mama’- a classic gangster film featuring Robert De Niro and Robert Walden, April 12th, 7pm atop the River Market Tower. What better way to spend an evening under the stars than watching a movie with a star in the audience. Yes! Actor Robert Walden will join us on the rooftop for this special screening and will discuss his role in the film. Purchase of an 2013 LRFF pass is required to attend this screening. Follow the link HERE to be among the first to get your hands on the 2013 LRFF passes and click HERE to reserve your seat for an evening with Robert Walden. Directed by Roger Corman, Bloody Mama was filmed in the Ozark mountains of Arkansas and tells the story of  machine gun totin’ Ma Barker, who lead her family gang (her sons) on a crime spree in the Depression era.Robert Walden plays Fred Barker in the film, who has just been released from prison, and Robert De Niro plays Lloyd Barker, a spaced-out drug addict who sniffs glue if nothing better is around. During his long and successful career as a Hollywood actor, three time Emmy nominated actor Robert Walden has acted alongside many of the Hollywood greats including George C. Scott, Anthony Hopkins and Dustin Hoffman and has worked with director such as Woody Allen,, Martin Scorsese and Alan Pakula. Walden currently stars in the new TV land sitcom, Happily Divorced with Fran Drescher and Rita Moreno. He will also star in the Arkansas Repertory Theater’s version of Death of a Salesman as...

LRFF co-founder Craig Renaud to host workshops and panel discussions at the 2nd Annual WRI Film Forum (March 21st-24th) – Little Rock

In keeping with the LRFF mission to promote and further the art of film making, Little Rock Film Festival is proud to be associated with and be a part sponsor of the Winthrop Rockefeller Institutes 2nd Annual Film Forum Program. A weekend event organized March 21st-24th, atop Petit Jean Mountain, approximately one hour from Little Rock, this forum offers actors, directors, producers, technicians, and students a rare chance to hone their craft in intensive workshops/panel discussions etc. with film-industry insiders. LRFF co-founder Craig Renaud is on the faculty for Film Forum and will be co-hosting workshops on ‘The New World of Documentary Film Making‘ and ‘Creating Dialogue and Impact through Documentaries‘. He will also join in discussion to ‘Illuminate the Art and Craft of great story telling via documentaries‘. You can view the complete WRI Film Forum’s weekend agenda here “If you are an aspiring filmmaker,actor, or you have any desire to work in the business, the WRI Film Forum is a must-attend event in Arkansas. From Joan Darling to Judge Reinhold, it is unbelievable that the WRI Film Forum offers such intimate access to these Hollywood legends. I feel truly honored to be among the faculty.”  — Craig Renaud, Forum faculty member, documentarian, and co-founder of the Little Rock Film Festival Attendees at the 2nd annual WRI Film Forum event year include: Hollywood director Howard Deutch, best known for directing Pretty in Pink and Some Kind of Wonderful Screenwriter and Sundance faculty member Tom Schulman, whose debut film, Dead Poets Society, won the Oscar for best screenplay in 1990 Pioneering television director and Sundance faculty member Joan Darling, known...