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'Brent Renaud'

Brent Renaud Foundation and Arkansas PBS hosting free conversation with filmmakers Craig Renaud and Juan Arredondo

Arkansas PBS and the Brent Renaud Foundation are hosting a free conversation with filmmakers Craig Renaud and Juan Arredondo on 1 p.m. on Sat. Oct. 22 in the Arkansas PBS studios at 350 S. Donaghey Ave. in Conway.
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Family and friends of fallen journalist Brent Renaud set up foundation in his memory

The foundation will provide scholarships to young journalists.
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Remembering Brent Renaud, a fearless journalist who focused his camera on vulnerable people around the world

The documentarian Brent Renaud, who along with his brother Craig defined nonfiction filmmaking for a generation of Arkansans, was shot and killed outside Kyiv on March 13 while reporting on the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The first American journalist to die covering the conflict, he left an inimitable legacy in his home state and far beyond.

A tribute to Brent Renaud from Ukraine's leader

In memory of a Little Rock journalist from the leader of Ukraine.
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Remembering Brent Renaud

Tributes continue to Little Rock videographer Brent Renaud, killed in Ukraine.

UPDATED: Little Rock native filmmaker Brent Renaud killed in Ukraine

The acclaimed filmmaker was killed in Ukraine, reportedly by Russian troops.
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Saturday to-do: See 'State of the Art' again, as told by the Renaud brothers

"State of the Art," a film by award-winning filmmakers Craig and Brent Renaud about the 2014-15 Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art exhibition of the same name, will get a free preview screening at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 13, at the Ron Robinson Theater in the River Market district. The film will then be aired on AETN at 8 p.m. Friday, April 26.

Arkansas in spotlight on HBO in documentary on meth scourge

"Meth Storm," a new documentary by the Renaud brothers, debuts on HBO tonight and it won't paint a pretty picture of Arkansas.
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What happened to the Little Rock Film Festival?

In a short note posted on their website Wednesday morning, the Little Rock Film Festival announced that they would be closing down. The development took many by surprise — World Shorts curator Justin Nickels told the Times he had learned of the decision 12 hours earlier. The Times spoke to festival founders Brent and Craig Renaud today, who explained the move had been under consideration for at least a year and was the result of new projects and time commitments which would prevent both filmmakers from giving the festival the attention it deserved.

Little Rock Film Festival comes to an end

Sad news for film fans: The Little Rock Film Festival is over.
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Film for the people

The Little Rock Film Festival returns for year nine with a new director.

Renaud brothers win Peabody for 'Last Chance High'

Little Rock filmmakers Brent and Craig Renaud have won a Peabody Award for "Last Chance High," their eight-part series for Vice News online.
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