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Film Fest: BIPOC Filmmakers
Lights, camera, action!We’re so excited to announce the first round of amazing flicks lined up for our first mini film fest on
Lights, camera, action!
We’re so excited to announce the first round of amazing flicks lined up for our first mini film fest on Saturday, Feb. 3, co-curated by Fayetteville Film Festival. Each is directed by BIPOC filmmakers from our region and although they may be short, they pack a powerful emotional punch.
Take a look:
Directed by Dan Husted from Oklahoma
Three brothers grapple with their roles within the family and on both sides of the law, unraveling hidden layers of guilt, greed and ambition within their brotherhood.
The Measure of a Man
Directed by Denzel Jenkins from Arkansas
A young male victim of sexual assault finds a healing space through his estranged father.
Directed by Daniel Beltram from Arkansas
After leaving Puerto Rico with his grandfather, Gabriel struggles to find his true home.
Song of the Bluff
Directed by Neba Evans from Arkansas (Micheaux Recipient)
A look at how residents of Pine Bluff are working to change their town’s reputation for crime, violence and decline, restoring it to the thriving metropolis it once was.
Directed by Mike Day from Arkansas
A married couple find themselves at odds over their roles at the latest protest.
Tickets are just $15 to see all of the films.
(Saturday) 8:00 pm
Walton Arts Center
495 W Dickson St