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Student Selects Films Entered in LRFF “Made in Arkansas” Competition

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We’re excited to announce that, for the first time in the nine-year history of Student Selects and the Little Rock Film Festival, high school student filmmakers will be part of the “Made in Arkansas” competition!

Three films entered in the Student Selects competition - “Loser,” “The Pop N’ Lock,” “Pyro” and “Go to the Ball With Me, Jenny” — will screen during the 2015 Little Rock Film Festival alongside the best filmmakers in Arkansas. The Little Rock Film Festival will be held May 11-17.

AETN and the Student Selects team are extremely proud of these entries and grateful for the opportunity to bring an even greater audience to such talented young filmmakers and actors.  

Student Selects films featured in the “Made in Arkansas” Competition:

 Loser

“Loser,” directed by Andrew Lisle of Springdale’s Har-Ber High School

As two brothers journey through high school together, they find out that
bullying impacts everyone differently, which forces them to chose deadly
consequences.

“The Pop N’ Lock,” directed by Jadon Barnes of Little Rock’s eSTEM Public Charter School, Inc.

When childhood toys return from the club, Mr. Lego proves to his lady Lego friend that he didn’t leave all of his moves on the dance floor.

 PyroStill1

“Pyro,” directed by Cole Borgstadt of Fayetteville High School

A mild pyromaniac boy and his older brother struggle to adapt to
changes after the death of their parents.

 JennyStill1

“Go to the Ball With Me, Jenny,” directed by Cole Borgstadt of Fayetteville High School

A quirky sixteen year old boy makes this video for a cute girl in his Language Arts class to ask her to their school's Winter Ball. 


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