VIP FESTIVAL PASS

Price $80.00
Sales End October 20, 2022

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This pass will give you guaranteed seating for all film blocks, Panels, workshops and VIP events, including all VIP after-parties and the filmmaker lounge.

FILM LOVER PASS

Price $50.00
Sales End October 20, 2022

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This pass guarantees seating at all film blocks, workshops and panels.

STUDENT PASS

Price $25.00
Sales End October 20, 2022

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This pass is for current students. The pass will guarantee seating at all film screenings, workshops and panels. You will be asked to show a current student ID to pick up this pass.

Block Party Block

FREE
Sold Out
Sales End October 21, 2022

Event Date Oct 22, 2022 6:00 PM | Show Details Hide Details

Hauntings of Highway 35
ADHD - SÄYE SKYE
Rain
Baptized in the Flames
Daily Bread
THE SPRAYER
The Statue (Peykareh)
DOUBLE TROUBLE!
Follow You
FreeWorld - "D-Up (Here's To Diversity)"
Johnny Dynamite & The Bloodsuckers - The Last Ones
Magic Eyes
Darker
"Wait, Son" - Recognizer
A Psychogeography of Mourning
One Hand On The Wheel
MeTube: August sings 'Una furtiva lagrima

AMERICAN MURDERER

Price $8.00
Sales End October 20, 2022

Event Date Oct 20, 2022 8:00 PM | Show Details Hide Details

Run Time: 01:41:03
Directed by Matthew Gentile
Based on the true story of Jason Derek Brown, a charismatic conman who became the FBI's most unlikely and elusive top ten fugitive. Featuring Ryan Phillippe, Tom Pelphrey and Idina Menzel.

Documentary Shorts - Block A

Price $5.00
Sales End October 21, 2022

Event Date Oct 21, 2022 12:30 PM | Show Details Hide Details

SOUTH
Pili Ka Moʻo
The Most Beautiful Trail in America
Rocks 4 Sale!
Uncharted
A door away

Narrative Shorts - Block A

Price $8.00
Sales End October 21, 2022

Event Date Oct 21, 2022 2:00 PM | Show Details Hide Details

The Misanthrope
Kronos
The Stream
SONAR
Pomegranate
Eureka

FOREVER MAJESTIC

Price $5.00
Sales End October 21, 2022

Event Date Oct 21, 2022 2:30 PM | Show Details Hide Details

Run Time: 01:26:02
Directed by Michael Stephen Schwarz
In 2014 the town of Hot Springs would change forever. A mysterious fire engulfed part of the Majestic Hotel in an eruption of flames. The historic landmark’s history goes well beyond that of the fire, however, the once bustling hotel that housed the likes of famous gangsters and baseball players in Hot Spring’s American 20s tells a story of city corruption and a decade of abandonment. Two activists race to save the building, and its legacy, fighting to keep the hotel FOREVER MAJESTIC.

HARD SHELL/SOFT SHELL

Price $8.00
Sales End October 21, 2022

Event Date Oct 21, 2022 4:00 PM | Show Details Hide Details

Run Time: 01:40:00
Directed by Emma Benestan
French Language With Subtitles
Loved-up oyster farmer Az thinks he’s made it. But when an elaborate proposal goes awry and his girlfriend Jess breaks his heart, Az is forced to confront his understanding of what happiness really looks like – both hers and his own.

A RUN FOR MORE

Price $5.00
Sales End October 22, 2022

Event Date Oct 21, 2022 4:30 PM | Show Details Hide Details

Run Time: 01:22:00
Directed by: Ray Whitehouse
As a transgender woman in Texas, Frankie Gonzales-Wolfe expected to encounter resistance to her campaign for city council. She did not anticipate questioning her relationship to identity, activism and civic engagement. On the campaign trail, she finds herself on an unexpected journey of self-discovery and healing.

WE BURN LIKE THIS

Price $8.00
Sales End October 22, 2022

Event Date Oct 21, 2022 7:30 PM | Show Details Hide Details

Run Time: 01:21:00
Directed by: Alana Waksman
When 22 year-old Rae, a descendant of Holocaust survivors, is targeted by Neo-Nazis in Billings, Montana, her ancestors' trauma becomes real. As antisemitism continues to rise in the community, we follow Rae on her journey to forgive herself, her mother, and the broken world. Inspired by true events, this coming-of-age story shows the inherited effects of historical trauma and the strength of survival and healing. Featuring Madeleine Coghlan (THE ROOKIE) and 2021 Gotham Award winner Devery Jacobs (RESERVATION DOGS, AMERICAN GODS) Executive produced by Emmy and Peabody award-winning producer Neda Armian (RACHEL GETTING MARRIED, THE LOVING STORY, MURDER ON MIDDLE BEACH)

Emerging Filmmaker Block

FREE
Sales End October 22, 2022

Event Date Oct 22, 2022 11:30 AM | Show Details Hide Details

Sacrament
Taquito Patrol
The Starlight Hotel
The Bag
For a Few Dollars Fewer
Sheol
King of Kings
Kind Eyes

Student Documentary Shorts

FREE
Sales End October 22, 2022

Event Date Oct 22, 2022 12:00 PM | Show Details Hide Details

Just Benjamin
Beautiful People
Part of The Kingdom Vol. II
Heal the River

Narrative Shorts - Block B

Price $8.00
Sales End October 22, 2022

Event Date Oct 22, 2022 3:30 PM | Show Details Hide Details

Life Of Crime
Flight
Harvey & Sunshine
Fairy Story
Lowlifes
Lemniscate

Documentary Shorts - Block B

Price $5.00
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Sales End October 22, 2022

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Racer's Nature
#NoRegrets
Rockin Baker
Bounty
To the Bone
Limits: The Story of ArkanSTOL

Narrative Shorts - Block C

Price $8.00
Sales End October 22, 2022

Event Date Oct 22, 2022 3:30 PM | Show Details Hide Details

Call of the Clown Horn
Banana Triangle Six
Dandelion
Shadow Work
Making Beethoven Proud
Jim's Tips
Gunpoint
The Lovies
Boppie

THE SUN RISES IN THE EAST

Price $5.00
Sales End October 21, 2022

Event Date Oct 22, 2022 4:00 PM | Show Details Hide Details

Run Time: 00:58:00
Directed by Tayo Giwa
The Sun Rises in The East chronicles the birth, rise and legacy of The East, a pan-African cultural organization founded in 1969 by teens and young adults in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. Led by educator and activist Jitu Weusi, The East embodied Black self-determination, building more than a dozen institutions, including its own African-centered school, food co-op, newsmagazine, publisher, record label, restaurant, clothing shop and bookstore. The organization hosted world-famous jazz musicians and poets at its highly sought-after performance venue, and it served as an epicenter for political contemporaries such as the Black Panther Party, the Young Lords and the Congress of Afrikan People, as well as comrades across Africa and the Caribbean. In effect, The East built an independent Black nation in the heart of Central Brooklyn. The Sun Rises in The East is the first feature-length documentary to explore this inspiring story. The film also examines challenges that led to the organization’s eventual dissolution, including its gender politics, financial struggles and government surveillance. Featuring interviews with leaders of The East, historians and people who grew up in the organization as children, The Sun Rises in The East delivers an exhilarating and compelling vision, showing just how much is possible.

FREEDOM'S PATH

Price $8.00
Sales End October 21, 2022

Event Date Oct 22, 2022 6:00 PM | Show Details Hide Details

Run time: 02:05:00
Directed by: Brett Smith
'GLORY' meets 'DANCES WITH WOLVES' When a soldier deserts from battle, he soon discovers the true cost of war through a young heroic black man, who teaches him the real meaning of Freedom.

The Fayetteville Film Fest will be held October 20-22, 2022.
Screenings of narrative shorts and features will be at the Global Campus Theatre (2 East Center).
Screenings of the documentary shorts and features will be at the Pryor Center Screening Room (1 East Center).
For information about parking and other details about attending the event, please visit us at fayettevillefilmfest.org