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Frame4Frame Film Festival

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Studio Movie Grill Lincoln Square

452 Lincoln Square

Arlington, TX 76011

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Frame4Frame Film Festival celebrates the independent film industry by bringing some of the finest films from around the world to Arlington, Texas. The festival also spotlights the work of our talented local filmmakers and the passionate stories they tell through the unique medium of film.

The festival will take place in the state of the art facilities of the Studio Movie Grill at Lincoln Square in Arlington, Texas. Participants will leave entertained and inspired to make a difference in their local communities.

Friday, September 20 - 7:00 pm – Join us for our very special "Red Carpet" event screening! $20.00 Come and meet Cooley High's own Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs who will be available for photographs, autographs and questions from the audience after the screening.

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7 p.m. Showtime

Purgatory

Charles Bush

Dallas, TX.

Short Feature

After the untimely death of her husband and son, a grieving widow finds herself the prime suspect in a seemingly unrelated murder investigation.

7:45 p.m. Showtime

Cooley High

Michael Schultz

Milwaukee, WI.

Feature Narrative

Like American Graffiti, Cooley High deals with girls, school, and police troubles as a group of high school seniors prepare for post-high-school life.


Saturday, September 21 (1 pm - 4 pm)

Film Block #2 $10

1 p.m. Showtime

Everyone Calls Me Ori

Vadim Lasca

Venezuela

Short Documentary

Oriana, whom everyone calls Ori, is a completely normal 12 years-old girl and she has vitiligo. She decided herself, to write her story to help others.

Jenny & the Wolf

Ben Borst

Dallas, TX.

Animation

A young girl living in a storybook forest finds an injured wolf and a friend.

The Last Kids

Sheril Rodgers

Boyd, TX.

Short Narrative

The story of Taven and his cousin Stanley who live in an Apocalyptic time where all the adults are zombies and the children are survivors (The Last Kids).

The Moment After That

Rock White

Dallas, TX.

Short Narrative

A woman with the ability to stop time, Ani, meets with her daughter’s teacher only to learn that she has the ability to stop time.

Q & A

1:30 pm Showtime

Machismo

Gabriel Duran

Lewisville, TX.

Short Narrative

A couple of days out of jail, Freddy is eager to show his new baby boy the ropes on how to be a man. Freddy’s machismo however gets him into something he wasn’t expecting.

Malice

Elias Moreno

Grand Prairie, TX.

Micro Short

An innocent 13 year-old black teenager is charged with manslaughter for the death of his older brother.

Heavenly

Ya’ke Smith

Austin, TX.

Short Narrative

Crystal, a former ballet dance, returns home after being sex-trafficked and struggles to shake the physical and psychological trauma she endured while “in the life.”

Family Box

Ron Clemons

Irving, TX.

Short Narrative

Charles Jr. has never gotten a chance to be raised by his father, who has been in and out of prison, his whole life. He leans on his mother for guidance and the ways of manhood.

Q & A

2:30 pm Showtime

Soul Alley

Ted Irving

Houston, TX.

Feature Documentary

This documentary is the telling of life on several all black neighborhood streets during the Vietnam War.


Saturday, September 21 (4 pm - 7 pm)

Film Block #3 $10.00

4:00 pm Showtime

Moments in Paradise

bellopropello

Switzerland

Animation

Plants are growing in paradise; one of them nicer, more beautiful and taller than all the other and provokes a disciplinary action.

Once Upon a Time

George Wada

Arlington, TX.

Micro-Short

This film takes a look at coming to America and the hopes and dreams of the travelers. Sometimes are not nice. However we as people will make things right. America is still the land of opportunities

Two Sturdy Oaks

Eric Tejada

Corinth, TX.

Micro-Short

An unconventional structure telling the story of young man lost in thought after receiving dreadful news over the phone.

Alora

Nicholas Muthersbaugh

Dallas, TX.

Short Narrative

A mother, training as a NASA astronaut, has to make a choice between her dream of space and the love of her daughter whom she would leave behind.

Cakewalk

Aritra Das

Mumbai

Short Narrative

Shilpa Sen starts her day on a wrong note. Her car, just like her luck have betrayed her at the last moment. This film deals with a whimsical 24 hours of her life.

Q & A

4:50 p.m. Showtime

Cut-off

Ryan Cauchi

Sydney, Australia

Micro-Short

A true millennial horror story!

Don’t Die

Cody Lovorn

San Antonio, TX.

Micro-Short

After deciding to turn in for the night, Cody can’t figure out if there is someone else in his house or if his mind is playing tricks on him.

The Witches of the Watch

Roger Sampson

Dallas, TX.

Short Narrative

A single mom and her daughter move to a neighborhood where a coven of housewife witches reside.

Q & A


5:20 p.m. Showtime

The Wake of Light

Renji Philip

Los Angeles, CA.

Feature Narrative

A romantic drama about a young lady slowly losing hope while caring for her aging father and their broken down farm. One day she meets a charismatic young man on a cross country road trip, who falls for her and asks her to come with him. Now she has an impossible choice to make.


Saturday, September 21 (7 pm - 10 pm)

Film Block #4 $10

7: 30 p.m. Showtime

Wolf

Ya’ke Smith

Austin, TX.

Feature Narrative

A family is shaken to the core when they discover that their son has been molested. As they struggle to deal with the betrayal, their son heads toward a mental collapse because of his love for his abuser.


Sunday, September 22

Film Block #5 $10 (4 pm - 7 pm)

4 p.m. Showtime

Transitions

Sana Syed

Dallas, TX.

Short Documentary

The journey of a family from the U.S. who moved to Cambodia to combat human trafficking by transitioning young girls out of brothels.


My Theatre

Kazuya Ashizawa

Japan

Short Documentary

Although this Cinema was closed 55 years ago, people are still coming. The story of the man who put a fire on the projector today and declared, “I will never let go!”


Him

Daniel Montoya

Dallas, TX.

Short Documentary

A look into the life of a transgender rights activist, Ethan, as he fights for equality in conservative Texas

Q & A


5:00 pm Showtime

Bully

Aaron Alon

Houston, TX.

Feature Narrative

Bully is a dramatic musical about Sam Bradley, a young man who commits suicide after being repeatedly bullied in school. The story follows Sam and the lives of those around him in the days leading up to and following his suicide.

Q & A

6:15 pm

Awards Presentation


Come out and meet the cast, take photos, and take part in a Q&A sessions after the screenings.

Friday, September 20 - 7:00 pm – Red carpet event screening & films

Saturday, September 21 - 1:00 pm - 10:00 pm - Films All Day

Sunday, September 22 - 4:00 pm - 7:00pm – Afternoon screenings and awards presentations

Film Blocks, Single day and Festival Passes Available.

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