Screening at Hot Springs Film Festival!
“Mississippi Innocence” has been accepted into the Hot Springs (AR)
Film Festival. HSDFF is one of the largest and most venerable
documentary film festivals in the world. The screening committee views
nearly 1,000 films submitted from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, and selects
100 to be viewed each year. The 2011 Film Festival will be held
October 14 through 23, at the Historic Malco Theatre, 819 Central
Avenue, in downtown Hot Springs.
Since its inception, more than 400,000 people have participated in the
Hot Springs Documentary Film Institute’s educational, cultural
activities and special programs. Emphasis is on documentary film as an
art form as well as a means to promote critical thinking on real life
issues. Through symposia, forums, discussion groups, and teaching,
HSDFI brings cultural and social knowledge to all ages from the gifted
work of film professionals.
More information, including schedules and tickets, may be found at the
Festival’s website: http://www.hsdfi.org/
“Mississippi Innocence” will screen twice:
Mon. Oct. 17, 6:10PM (Malco 1)
Sat. Oct. 22, 3:00PM (Malco 2)
For more information about the film, please visit