Don't miss your chance to see the biggest lineup yet for Live From Memphis' LI'L FILM FEST. Nineteen films by local filmmakers will be screened this Saturday at the Brooks Museum of Art as part of LI'L FILM FEST 12: "Free Footage." The show starts at 2 pm, but be sure to arrive early -- we're expecting a huge turnout for this one!
What: Li'l Film Fest 12: "Free Footage"
When: 2 pm, Saturday, Nov. 19th
Where: Brooks Museum of Art
Admission: $5 at the door
Find out who takes home the Jury Award ($500 in cash, presented by Indie Memphis and the Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commission) and cast your vote to determine the Audience Choice award-winner, who will walk away with the event's ticket sales!
"Black Fist," dir. Kristopher Steward
"Algeria," dir. Laura Jean Hocking
"Gooder," dir. Jason Davenport
"Assault on the Senses," dir. James R. Kimball
"(5) Days," dir. Ryan Azada
"Who's There?," dir. Adam Remsen
"Egg That Car," dir. Kevin Fowler
"Wax and Wane," dir. R. Jason Rawlings
"Prestidigitation," dir. Daniel Felts
"Adam and Me," dir. Donald Meyers & Adam Remsen
"iSarah," dir. Cat & Fish
"The Egg," dir. Carl E. Walters
"To Mega Therion," dir. Hunter Duesing
"Breakable," dir. John Pickle
"Piggly Wiggly," dir. Morgan Jon Fox
"Tempo," dir. Robin Salant
"Pure. Uncut," dir. Ryan Parker
"It Stays Growing," dir. Johann Romer
"Bohater Pies," dir. Corduroy Wednesday
The jury this time around features three out-of-town filmmakers who were in Memphis in October for the 12th annual Indie Memphis Film Festival: Kyle Patrick Alvarez (EASIER WITH PRACTICE), Kris Swanberg (IT WAS GREAT, BUT I WAS READY TO COME HOME) and Scott Teems (THAT EVENING SUN). Thanks to them for their participation!
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