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Join us at the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival!

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Screening times for Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home
Friday, Oct. 23 at 3:25 PM
Sunday, Oct. 25 at 10:05 AM
Each screening will be followed by Q&A with filmmakers Jenny Stein and James LaVeck

Environmental Panel
Saturday, Oct. 24 at 10:30 AM
Featuring Peaceable Kingdom producer James LaVeck along with Robert Kenner of Food, Inc.

Festival screenings will be held at the Malco Theatre, 819 Central Ave., Hot Springs, AR 71901. Festival day passes cost $20. More info here.

Peaceable Kingdom at Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival Oct 23 & 25
Producer James LaVeck to participate in environmental panel with filmmaker of Food, Inc.

The 18th annual Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival will be held October 16th through the 25th at the historic Malco Theatre in downtown Hot Springs, Arkansas.

In 2000, the festival screened Tribe of Heart's first film, The Witness, to a full house, with an enthusiastic audience response. We are honored to be returning to Hot Springs to present Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home.

This year, in addition to our two screenings, producer James LaVeck has been invited to speak on a panel with other filmmakers whose documentaries touch on environmental themes, including Robert Kenner of Food, Inc. The festival describes the panel as follows:
"In an age of mass consumption, environmental issues are becoming a hot and heated topic. What risks are involved for filmmakers that challenge large corporations and industries, and what possible benefit do these films serve for our culture at large?"
The Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival is recognized by the International Documentary Association (IDA) and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) as one of only seven national Academy Award qualifying venues. The festival's screening committee views nearly 1,000 films submitted from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, and selects 100 to be viewed each year.

Malco Theatre

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