Photo: Courtesy, Fayetteville Film Festival
Attention movie buffs, cinephiles, and people looking for excuses to eat popcorn. It’s almost time for a film festival in Fayetteville.
The 13th annual Fayetteville Film Fest is set for Nov. 11-13 at the UA Global Campus theatre and the Pryor Center on the Fayetteville square.
This year’s event will include 10 narrative and documentary features, along with more than 40 short films, organizers say.
Narrative films include “Ludi,” “The Club of Angels,” “Drunk Bus,” “American Cherry,” and others. Details about the films to be screened at this festival are available inside the film guide at fayettevillefilmfest.org.
The festival will kick off with an opening night block party at the Pryor Center, followed by in-person screenings of the films, panel discussions, Q&As with the filmmakers, and other events. Also this year, most of the programming will be available to view online from Nov. 14-21.
Passes range from $25 for students, to $80 for an all-access pass. Film-only passes are $50, and individual event passes are also available. Online-only passes are $40.
To purchase, or for more information, visit fayettevillefilmfest.org.