Made in Arkansas Film Festival: 2020 Retrospective #1
Pop some popcorn, grab your computer, and enjoy a night of Arkansas- and regional-made films! If you missed it last May, or just want to relive the quarantine magic, now’s your chance. Leading up to the 2021 Made in Arkansas Film Festival, Made in Arkansas and CALS Ron Robinson Theater will host three Retrospective Screenings each Saturday beginning on April 24, from 7:00-10:00 p.m. These virtual screenings will feature winning films, shorts, and documentaries, as well as audience favorites from the 2020 festival’s lineup.
The lineup for Saturday, April 24 includes:
11:34, directed by Maddie Ragan
Barista, directed by Tanner Smith
Losing You, directed by Brooklyn Alexander
The Town, directed by Stephanie Salyer
Nora Noir, directed by Cameron Philip
Self Therapy, directed by Noah Woods
Chad and Jose, directed by Kelly Griffin
The Color in Her Eyes, directed by Robbie Ballew
Letters to Anniston, directed by Clayton Henderson
The Prom Dress, directed by Brooklyn Alexander
Before My Eyes, directed by Mason Bowen
I Remember, directed by Matthew Rice
Arkansas High Country: A Cyclist’s Journey to Personal Growth, directed by Jonathan Childs
Admission is FREE! Registration is required and is available on this page. The virtual screening will take place from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. CST on Saturday, April 24, and instructions on how to join will be emailed upon registration.
By filmmakers for filmmakers, Made in Arkansas is dedicated to cultivating and promoting the art of filmmaking. The annual festival gives creators from all corners of the state the chance to have their films professionally screened by the state-of-the-art CALS Ron Robinson Theater. Learn more about Made in Arkansas at MadeinArk.org.
And don’t miss the 2021 Made in Arkansas Film Festival, returning for its third year May 13-15! The festival’s virtual and interactive platform this year will not only make viewing the best of Arkansas film easily accessible from anywhere with an internet connection, but also enable live conversation and commentary between filmmakers and film lovers.
Schedule of events:
Saturday, April 24: 2020 Retrospective #1
Saturday, May 1: 2020 Retrospective #2
Saturday, May 8: 2020 Retrospective #3
Thursday, May 13: 2021 Made in Arkansas Film Festival, Day 1
Friday, May 14: 2021 Made in Arkansas Film Festival, Day 2
Saturday, May 15: 2021 Made in Arkansas Film Festival, Day 3
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