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45RPM Premiere Screening

LRFF 2013

 

We are thrilled to be an official selection at the 2013 Little Rock Film Festival!  To have the chance to premiere in the same town that is home to much of our cast & crew is really exciting and we hope to see you there!

There are TWO chances to catch it at the LRFF:

Thursday May 16th, 5:30pm – Arkansas Repertory Theater
Friday May 17th, 3:15pm –  The Dundee Building

Join us on our facebook event page for more info and updates.

To ensure a seat, consider buying a festival pass that gets you into multiple film screenings. There is a lot to see!
http://www.littlerockfilmfestival.org/box-office/

Individual tickets will be available at the door for $10. Please be aware that festival pass holders are seated first.

Announcement on Rock Candy Blog

Thanks to Robert Bell for the enthusiastic write-up on the Arkansas Times blog Rock Candy!

Read it here!

Get Your Tickets Now!

There are a few advanced screening tickets remaining for this Saturday night at 7pm.

The Ozark Foothills FilmFest is hosting a great event at the historic Lander’s Theater in Batesville, Arkansas.

This will be your first chance to see 45RPM!

Don’t miss it.

For tickets call:  870.251.1189


Independence County Prepares for Screening

We are on the cover!

Read an interview with 45RPM writer/director Juli Jackson
in the October issue of Eye on Independence magazine.

 

 

The 10th Annual Ozark Foothills Film Fest

I attended the Ozarks Foothills Film Fest this past weekend and had to rave about it.

Not only did I get to see some great films (local, short, feature, documentary, animation, you name it!) I also participated in a screenwriting workshop taught by indie writer/director Gordy Hoffman.  Gordy is a smart talented guy (go watch his movie Love Liza and you’ll see what I mean) and I left the workshop ready to attack my script & ready to hammer out the kinks in my 3rd draft.

I talked to A LOT of people about 45 RPM. Everyone is eager to see more and a few more filmmaking hands have offered their skills to the production.  Very encouraging stuff!

Highlight of the festival had to be watching Fritz Lang’s restored classic Metropolis with the world-renowned Alloy Orchestra performing live.  Not only is the film a favorite of mine but the energy and creativity of the live soundtrack was nothing short of transcendent.

Alloy Orchestra practicing for “Metropolis”

Congratulations to Bob & Judy Pest, founders and directors of the Ozark Foothills Film Fest, for hosting the only festival of its kind in Arkansas for 10 years running!