LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (News release) – Arkansas Cinema Society is launching a Homegrown Film Series to give Arkansas filmmakers a venue and a voice in their communities.
The first film in this ACS series will be Then There Was Joe, a comedy written and directed by Little Rock native Justin Warren and based on Warren’s own family history.
Tickets are now available for the February 3 screening at 6:30 p.m. at CALS Ron Robinson Theater.
A Q&A panel following the film will include Warren and the film’s lead actor, Ray Grady. Then, the after party will start up at 9:30 p.m. down the street at Stickyz Rock “N” Roll Chicken Shack.
You can find tickets online at arkansascinemasociety.org/events.
Arkansas Cinema Society will feature screenings, workshops and other opportunities for film lovers and filmmakers to connect with each other, as well as with accomplished members of the film community.
You can have priority ticketing, local event-day discounts and other privileges by purchasing an ACS Annual Membership for 2018. To find more information about memberships click here.
Watch the trailer for Then There Was Joe below.
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