Fayetteville Film Festival kicks off in-person / online hybrid program Thursday
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA / KFTA) – The 13th edition of Fayetteville Film Fest will combine live and in-person screenings with online broadcast, showcasing 10 narrative and documentary feature films, as well as more than 40 short films, according to a Festival press release.
In-person screenings will take place at the University of Arkansas World Campus Theater and the Pryor Center in Fayetteville Town Square.
Passes and individual tickets are on sale now. The full festival program is available online.
Festival organizers will take additional precautions in light of the ongoing COVID pandemic and require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test within 72 hours for admission to any indoor event in person.
For those who cannot meet these requirements or are unable to attend, the festival will also broadcast most of the programming, including four feature films only available online, live and on demand from Sunday November 14 through Sunday 21. November.
In addition to the film lineup, the festival will also offer panel discussions and question-and-answer sessions with the filmmakers, many of which will be available on the streaming platform.
The online programming will be streaming from November 11 to 13 with the full schedule available on demand until November 21. Online-only tickets will be available on an all-you-can-eat payment model, including a free option for those unable to contribute.