The 24th annual Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival has announced its opening film and other details about the event, which will be held Oct. 9-18. The festival will kick off with a screening of “The Primary Instinct,” featuring the life stories of actor Stephen Tobolowsky (inspired by Tobolowsky’s popular podcast), who will be in attendance. Former St. Louis Cardinal Lou Brock will be on hand for the screening of Larry Foley’s film “The First Boys of Spring,” about Hot Springs’ baseball spring training history. “Triple-crown champion jumper” Harry deLeyer will host the screening of “Harry & Snowman,” which Indiewire has called “a cinematic bouquet to the world.”
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