It’s almost time for the city’s annual celebration of film.
The 15th annual Fayetteville Film Fest is set to kick off Thursday, Oct. 12 and runs through Saturday, Oct. 14 in downtown Fayetteville.
This year’s event begins with a Local Shorts Block at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 12, followed by a welcome ceremony and screening of the feature film Ghosts in the Void at the UA Global Campus.
After that, the event will include screenings of narrative, feature-length films including Scrap, Faceless After Dark, American Parent, and Maybeline Prince, along with documentaries, narrative shorts, and more.
Films will be screened at the University of Arkansas Global Campus, 2 E. Center St. and inside the Pryor Center at 1 E. Center St. A full schedule is available here.
A festival pass is $50 ($25 for students), with several free events. Tickets to individual events and screenings are also available for $5-$8.
To purchase, visit the ticketing page here.
For more information, visit fayettevillefilmfest.org.