VIP ALL ACCESS PASS

Price $80.00
Sales End September 20, 2018

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VERY LIMITED QUANTITY
The VIP ALL ACCESS PASS grants you ALL ACCESS to the 2018 Fayetteville Film Fest!
Guaranteed Seating at ALL FILM SCREENINGS
Access to the VIP ARTISTS LOUNGE during the Fest - complimentary drinks and snacks
Access to AFTER PARTY EVENTS - with entertainment, discounted drinks, and complimentary snacks.

FILM LOVER PASS

Price $50.00
Sales End September 20, 2018

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The FILM LOVER PASS grants you guaranteed seating at all screenings, panels and workshops.

Focus on Young Filmmaker Block

FREE
Sales End September 20, 2018

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SCREENING LOCATION: Global Campus Theatre

The window vignette, directed by Bethany Draper, Fayetteville High School
A Mother’s Love, directed by Reina Gutierrez, Lakeside High School
Enjoy the Show, directed by Ian Linn, Fayetteville High School
Exile, directed by Jasmin Gonzales, Lakeside High School
The Beast, directed by Blaine Turner, Fayetteville High School
The Lum and Abner Story, directed by Juan Palma, Rogers Heritage High School
Stuck on Repeat, directed by Ian Linn, Fayetteville High School
Birthday Bully, directed by Kennedy Jordan, Little Rock
Close Encounter, directed by Ian Linn, Fayetteville High School
The Secret Behind Cinnamon, directed by Hannah Whorton, Lakeside High School
The Greenland Ghost, directed by Thomas Baker, Fayetteville High School
No One Fights Alone, directed by Chase Hartsell, Lakeside High School
Older, directed by Brenden Stukenborg, Fayetteville High School

Emerging Filmmaker Block

Price $7.00
Sales End September 20, 2018

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SCREENING LOCATION: GLOBAL CAMPUS THEATRE

The films in this block were created by talented emerging filmmakers, representing colleges and universities throughout the state. Followed by Q&A with the filmmakers.

Grasp, directed by Baylie Brown, UCA, 4 minutes
Chess, directed by Denzel Jenkins, UofA, 7 minutes
Tug is the Drug, directed by Davis Hayford, JBU, 16 minutes
Reservations for Two, directed by Harrison Trigg, UCA, 12 minutes
A Fragmented Story, directed by Rolando Serrano, JBU, 16 minutes
Mike the Birdman, directed by John Burcham Erwin, UofA, 23 minutes
Musical on Broadway, directed by Christopher Ridings, JBU, 34 minutes

ALL SQUARE

Price $7.00
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LOCATION: GLOBAL CAMPUS THEATRE

directed by John Hyams
USA/96 minutes
A down-on-his-luck bookie, played by Emmy nominated Michael Kelly (House of Cards), befriends an ex-girlfriend’s son and begins taking bets on his little league games, creating chaos in the community.

FOLLOWED BY A Q&A WITH THE FILMMAKERS

Narrative Shorts: Horror & Sci Fi Block

Price $7.00
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LOCATION: GLOBAL CAMPUS THEATRE

Porcelain Stare, directed by Aurel Ganz/Switzerland/5 minutes
The Screen/directed by Emil Woerner/Arkansas, USA/15 minutes
Dust/directed by Logan Triplett/USA/23 minutes
Arena/directed by Reza Noferesti/Iran/19 minutes
Better, directed by Jack White/Arkansas, USA/10 minutes
Sweet and Lo, directed by Clay Liford/USA/15 minutes
The Ill-timed Enlightenment of Jason Vorhhees, directed by Lisa McFadden/USA/8 minutes

FOLLOWED BY A Q&A WITH THE FILMMAKERS

WILD NIGHTS WITH EMILY

Price $7.00
Sales End September 21, 2018

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LOCATION: GLOBAL CAMPUS THEATRE

directed by Madeleine Olnek
USA/85 minutes
The poet Emily Dickinson (played here by Molly Shannon) has the reputation of a reclusive spinster- a delicate wallflower, too sensitive for the world. This film explores the vivacious, irreverent side of her that was covered up for many years and only recently uncovered.

Fail State

FREE
Sales End September 21, 2018

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FAIL STATE
LOCATION: PRYOR CENTER SCREENING ROOM

directed by Alexander Shebanow
USA/90 minutes
This expansive exposé reveals the dark side behind the rise of predatory for-profit colleges and how a cabal of politicians and unscrupulous business tycoons sold out the dream of American Higher education. Fail State is executive produced by news legend Dan Rather.

Up to Snuff & Buy Back The Block

Price $5.00
Sales End September 21, 2018

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LOCATION: PRYOR CENTER SCREENING ROOM

UP TO SNUFF
directed by Mark Maxey
USA/80 minutes
Millions of people have been touched by his music, yet few know the journey, hardships and triumphs of American musician and composer W.G. Snuffy Warren. In Up to Snuff, friends and collaborators share personal stories, laughs and insights about this generous soul who overcame the excesses of rock and roll to find success as one of the most beloved composers in television history.

BUY BACK THE BLOCK
directed by Michael Day
Arkansas/USA/22 minutes
Young historians, students and professionals explore the realities of growing up black in Arkansas’ capital city after the desegregation of Little Rock Central High School.

FOLLOWED BY A Q&A WITH THE FILMMAKERS

Animation Block

Price $5.00
Sales End September 21, 2018

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LOCATION: STAGE EIGHTEEN

Aqua, directed by Bodgan Milhailescu/Romania/7minutes
Blows with the Wind, directed by Hazhir As’adi/Iran/7minutes
The Strange Case of M Valdemar, directed by Oswaldo Medina/Arkansas/USA/12minutes
One after the Other, directed by Nicolas Pegon/France/13minutes
Icons, directed by Ronnie Cramer/USA/5minutes

Narrative Shorts: Crime & Punishment

Price $7.00
Sales End September 21, 2018

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LOCATION: GLOBAL CAMPUS THEATRE

The Backup Plan
directed by Daniel Earney
USA/26 minutes
When a down-on-his-luck single father faces eviction, he begins stealing catalytic converters to save his home.

Last Call
directed by Blake Elder
Arkansas/USA/11 minutes
The willpower of a recovering alcoholic is put to the test when he takes shelter from the apocalypse in a sports bar.

Rain
directed by Joshua Irwin
Arkansas/USA/29 minutes
James Austin must reconcile his frustration with God, after an act of charity goes terribly wrong.
Brush
directed by Jack Heyden
Arkansas/USA/16minutes
In order to recuperate an insurmountable mob debt in four day, three petty crooks set out to forge a Van Gogh original.

Don’t Be A Hero
directed by Pete Lee
USA/15 minutes
Lizzy Jo, who still lives with mom at age 45, battles her loneliness and boredom by robbing banks in the guise of a cowboy on her lunch breaks.

FOLLOWED BY A Q&A WITH THE FILMMAKERS

Experimental Film Block

Price $5.00
Sales End September 21, 2018

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LOCATION: STAGE EIGHTEEN

Creation directed by Sara Eustáquio /USA/3minutes
Westbrook directed by Alexander Kaluzhsky/USA/3minutes
Liquid Soul directed by Allen Phillips and Trampas Smith/Arkansas/USA/12minutes
Ozark Crows directed by Carolyn Gunzio/Arkansas/USA/13 minutes
Perception directed by Amalia Eddings/Arkansas/USA/3minutes

ANTIQUITIES

Price $7.00
Sales End September 21, 2018

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LOCATION: GLOBAL CAMPUS THEATRE

directed by Daniel Campbell
Arkansas/USA/90minutes
After his father’s death, Walt moves to his dad’s hometown to learn more about who his father was. He accepts a job at a local antique mall where he’s introduced to the quirky world in which his dad grew up. Walt learns not only about his father, but a good bit about himself. The ensemble includes Andrew West, Michela Watkins, Michael Gladis, Ashley Greene and Mary Steenbergen.

FOLLOWED BY Q&A WITH THE FILMMAKERS

From the Second Wave to the Tidal Wave, Homeless in Boomtown, The Forgotten History of Camp Monticello

FREE
Sales End September 22, 2018

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LOCATION: PRYOR CENTER SCREENING ROOM

From the Second Wave to the Tidal Wave, directed by Pam Maus/USA/27 minutes/A story told through the voices of those who came of age and went off to college just in time to be swept up in the second wave of the feminist movement. Who would open the doors that were unlocked through the landmark legislation of the 1960’s?
Homeless in Boomtown, directed by Denzel Jenkins/Arkansas/USA/26 minutes/Fayetteville, Arkansas is a college town nestled in the Ozarks. The American Dream come true. But a growing number of men, women and children are calling the streets home. This is their story. And the story of the compassionate volunteers who don’t look away.
The Forgotten History of Camp Monticello, directed by Matteo Borgardt/Arkansas/USA/51 minutes/This documentary explores the history and the importance of the prisoner of war camp built in Monticello, Arkansas during World War II to host Italian POWs.
FOLLOWED BY A Q&A WITH THE FILMMAKERS

Home + Away & Horns Out

FREE
Sales End September 22, 2018

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LOCATION: PRYOR CENTER SCREENING ROOM

HOME + AWAY
directed by Matt Ogens
USA/83minutes
This documentary that previously screened at the Tribeca Festival Film follows the journey of several students who attend Bowie High School in El Paso, Texas, but have an unusual commute. For many of these students, sports represent one possible route to a better life. Others look to the army.

Horns Out
directed by Tommy Carroll Armstrong
Arkansas/USA/13minutes
This documentary, shot in Bozeman, Montana and Jackson, Wyoming, explores 77 year old climber, Maurice Horn’s relationship to climbing, the outdoors and his sense of place.

THUNDER ROAD

Price $7.00
Sales End September 22, 2018

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directed by Jim Cummings
USA/90 minutes
Jim Cummings writes, directs and stars in the uncanny tale of a middle American cop who’s a funny, crazy moving and indelibly authentic lost soul. Thunder Road won the 2018 SXSW Film Festival Grand Jury Prize.

FOLLOWED BY A Q&A WITH THE FILMMAKERS

Gospel of Eureka & Dogpatch, USA

Price $5.00
Sales End September 22, 2018

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LOCATION: PRYOR CENTER SCREENING ROOM

Gospel of Eureka
directed by Michael Palmieri
Arkansas/USA/73minutes
Love, faith and civil rights collide in a southern town as evangelical Christians and drag queens step into the spotlight to dismantle stereotypes.
Dogpatch, USA
directed by Jason Hurley
Arkansas/USA/43 minutes
This film looks at the history of the defunct Dogpatch USA theme park, through pictures, exclusive interviews and at-home movies. The film reminisces about the heyday of the park but examines the factors of its downfall as well.

FOLLOWED BY A Q&A WITH THE FILMMAKERS

Narrative Shorts: Comedy Block

Price $7.00
Sales End September 22, 2018

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The Wedding Scene
directed by David Levy Dagerman
USA/10minutes
Bullies
directed by Daniel Bydlowski
USA/28minutes
Five Point Oh
directed by Tommy Cramer
USA/13minutes
Gringa
directed by Claudia Murray
USA/14minutes
Roadside Attorney
directed by Barry Cobbs
Arkansas/USA/8minutes
Gwen
directed by Madeline Snapp
Arkansas/USA/9minutes
The Wayward Wind
directed by Steve Delahoyde
USA/4minutes

FOLLOWED BY Q&A WITH THE FILMMAKERS

Narrative Shorts: Drama Block

Price $7.00
Sales End September 22, 2018

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LOCATION: GLOBAL CAMPUS THEATRE

Brave Awake
directed by Jerrod Paul Beck
Arkansas/USA/3minutes
Yawth
directed by Desalos Isabelle
Greece/10minutes
The Snag
directed by Tommy Cramer
France/8minutes
Run in the Light
directed by Christopher Bill Wiberg
Denmark/17minutes
Mars
directed by Baylie Brown
Arkansas/USA/11minutes
Small Houses
directed by Matthew Magdefrau
USA/13minutes
Dividing Walls
directed by Abby Sauder
Arkansas/USA/12minutes
Actress Unseen
directed by Jennica Schwartzman
USA/6minutes
Krista
directed by Danny Madden
USA/9minutes
Stay/Go
directed by Chetley Breedlove
Arkansas/USA/7minutes

FOLLOWED BY Q&A WITH THE FILMMAKERS

BLOOD FEST

Price $7.00
Sales End September 22, 2018

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LOCATION: GLOBAL CAMPUS THEATRE

directed by Owen Egerton
USA/90 minutes
Fans flock to a festival celebrating the most iconic horror movies, only to discover that the charismatic showman behind the event has a diabolic agenda. Director Owen Egerton and Actor Tate Donavan in attendance.

FOLLOWED BY A Q&A WITH THE FILMMAKERS