This From the Arkansas Times

This from the  Arkansas Times about the 4th annual Little Rock Film Festival.


photo credit; S. Denton, Moonmooring

“Winter’s Bone,” Debra Granik’s Sundance-winning adaption of Daniel Woodrell’s novel of the same name, will open the Little Rock Film Festival , with Granik and actor and Fayetteville native Lauren Sweetser in attendance.

“Winter’s Bone,” set in the meth-plagued Missouri Ozarks near the Arkansas border, centers on a 17-year-old girl who’s trying to track down her father, who’s forfeited his family’s house by skipping bond. It’s our odds-on favorite to win the new Oxford American-sponsored $10,000 Southern film award (really, we’ve made odds; check them out on Rock Candy).

From the Little Rock Film Festival website;

Ozark Mountain drama Winter’s Bone set near the Arkansas-Missouri border about a young girl who must find her meth-addict father or risk losing her home will be the opening night film for the Little Rock Film Festival taking place June 2-6, 2010. The film was directed by Debra Granik and adapted by herself and cowriter […]

The festival will run June 2 through 6.


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