The troupe tells stories of their lives with original drama, hip-hop, song and poetry.
Releasing a film in 2020 is tough, but luckily for us, Arkansas Cinema Society is leveraging the year’s weirdness to bring the likes of Chloé Zhao’s “Nomadland" and Regina King's "One Night in Miami."
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Somewhere in this stuffed-to-the-gills life, UAMS Chancellor Cam Patterson’s not-so-secret identity as a hardcore music fanatic and music maker has emerged with clues dropped along the way, including the photo of Big Star’s "#1 Record" on his Twitter profile. He answers all our music-related questions.
Local musicians pay tribute to Prine's memory for the benefit of Washington Elementary School.
"Bob's Burgers" fans can plan to hear a lot more from Arkansas songwriter Chris Maxwell and his duo Elegant Too.
Pearls About Swine's post-pandemic preseason special, part 1 of 2.
Arkansas-based screenwriter and producer ("Quarry," "True Detective," "Antiquities") Graham Gordy will pen a limited series based on Tom Cooper's novel "Florida Man."
Double dose of David Arquette coming with a Filmland screening and "12 Hour Shift," filmed in Jonesboro
Actor, producer, director and professional wrestler David Arquette has found a lot of reasons to stay connected to Arkansas, his marriage to Hope native Christina McLarty Arquette not least among them, and he'll be popping up on screens in Arkansas in October for his work in two films: "You Cannot Kill David Arquette" and "12 Hour Shift."
Arkansas filmmaker Jeff Nichols ("Loving," "Take Shelter," "Mud") is writing, directing and producing a podcast adaptation of "Hank the Cowdog," a children's mystery series based on books by John R. Erickson, Deadline says, with Nichols' "Mud" colleague Matthew McConaughey as the titular sleuth.
A few spots to hit for food and entertainment this weekend.
“You might not believe that an inexperienced health clinic director could become a civil rights bogeyman or hero depending on who you were talking to," Neal's summary reads. "I was. And it all happened in a flash.”
"No Tears Suite" gets a release on Sept. 25, and you can catch a discussion with Melba Pattillo Beals and the musicians on Sept. 23 at Oxford American's Landmark Series.
Arkansas Cinema Society takes its film fest offerings outdoors to MP Outdoor Cinema, a 180-car theater with a 36-foot screen at 6700 Allied Drive Way in Little Rock.
Forty-six metal, noise and punk outfits are throwing their music behind a Bandcamp compilation titled "Shut It Down: Benefit for the Movement for Black Lives," and two of those 46 are Arkansas's own Rwake and Terminal Nation.
There's a lot more to the new Buffalo Gals album than its quarantine soundtrack qualities, particularly its treatment of matters of rural queer identity.
Here's director Ben Meredith's video for the title track, which, promisingly, wanders the turf between Descarte's Dream argument, molecular gas clouds and classic Sabbath.
Dazzmin Murry's nonprofit, Creators' Village, is hosting a songwriter's camp in Bentonville, Friday Sept. 11 through Sunday, Sept. 13.
UA Pulaski Tech's CHARTS 2020-2021 season features Bobby McFerrin, Minnijean Brown-Trickey, Asleep at the Wheel, Ani DiFranco, Jane Lynch
The lineup of performances/events begins Jan. 6, 2021.
In which Nancy Drew rolls up to a Pride parade in a blue convertible blasting Melissa Etheridge’s “Come to My Window.”
Head to artexhibitionsualr.org to check out a show of “Contemporary British Ceramics,” an accompanying exhibition of ceramics from the university’s permanent collection, and “Landscapes,” works in various media.