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|October 27-28, 2016 - Fantastically Horrifying Cinema Presented by Shock Till You Drop|
'Tis the season for all the ghouls and goblins and scary creatures of the world
to come out and celebrate Halloween! You do not want to miss this annual event
held throughout the month of October which focuses solely on horror
feature-length and short films.|
The festival's 2nd week of feature films shift to the brand new state of the art The Center for Humanities and Arts-CHARTS at Pulaski Tech. Come watch some awesome horror movies days before Halloween in the beautiful new theater!
Thursday, October 27 5 p.m. - Channel Zero, Directed by John Nicol Imagine a world void of people and life as we know it. Yet this world displays evidence of very recent human occupation. The power is still on, buildings still stand - everything is as it was, except everything living has vanished. This is the shocking reality Darlan suddenly finds himself in. His story begins in a bed within an empty hospital. Upon opening his eyes, he remembers nothing, but quickly gleans a few disturbing facts. Darlan is dressed like a criminal and armed with a crowbar. Nearby is a smashed pharmaceutical cabinet... The signs are grim and imply something nefarious - and these are the only facts Darlan has to go on. He knows instinctively that things are wrong, and that his reality has been radically altered. Darlan must try to distinguish fact from fiction one pain-staking step at a time...
6:30 p.m. - Camp Killer, Directed by Shawn Jones The sheriff of a town (JimmyO Burril, [The Chainsaw Sally Show Season Two]) plagued by an unstoppable killer (newcomer James Watkins) meets up with his nemesis one last time as a pair of survivors (Melissa LaMartina [Callgirl of Cthulhu] & April Monique Burril [Chainsaw Sally, The Good Sisters] complicate matters for the worse. Who will be left standing and what will remain of their sanity? Featuring Ari Lehman [First Jason, Friday the 13th]
8 p.m. - The Barn, Directed by Justin M. Seaman Its Halloween 1989, best friends Sam and Josh are trying to enjoy what's left of their final Devil's Night before graduating high school. But trouble arises when the two pals and a group of friends take a detour on their way to a rock concert, finding an old abandoned barn and awakening the evil inside. Now it's up to Sam and Josh to find a way to protect their friends and defeat the creatures that lurk within "The Barn".
Friday, October 28 6 p.m. - Peelers The Film, Directed by Sevé Schelenz A small town strip club owner must defend her bar, her strippers and her life when violent infected patrons show up on the final closing night and all hell breaks loose.
8 p.m. - Parasites, Directed by Chad Ferrin A group of friends get lost in the seedy streets where they encounter a crazed gang of homeless derelicts that seizes them and one-by-one, horrifically kills all but one man. The surviving man escapes on foot, naked and unarmed, with a pack of depraved transients in pursuit, and only seconds away from capture.
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|October 29, 2016 - Acapella Rising|
Acapella Rising (formerly Diamond State Men’s Chorus) will presents its 2016
Annual Show “How Music Was Born” on Oct. 29 at 7 p.m. in Pulaski Tech’s CHARTS
Theater on the Main Campus.|
The group is Little Rock’s premiere men’s a
cappellla chorus and regularly performs throughout Central Arkansas. The chorus
has significantly expanded its annual concert performance this year — both in
terms of the size of the venue and our repertoire, and by also bringing in two
award-winning barbershop quartets to perform at the concert - The Essentials and
Boardwalk Quartet. Both guest quartets are International Barbershop competitors,
and The Essentials are the Barbershop Southwest District Champions.
|December 1, 2016 - Big Rock on the Map: An evening with Arkansas actress Natalie Canerday|
6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1 – CHARTS Theater, Pulaski Technical College, North
Little Rock. Admission is free.|
Big Rock on the Map will spend an evening showing film clips and talking to Canerday about working with famed directors and actors such as Mike Nichols, Billy Bob Thornton, Sally Field and Jake Gyllenhaal, appearances in major motion pictures such as Sling Blade, Walk the Line and October Sky as well as her hundred or so staring turns in plays and musicals.
Natalie Canerday is a native of Russellville and a graduate of Hendrix College. Canerday has appeared in 42 films, from big-budget, box office hits like God’s Not Dead 2, October Sky, Walk the Line, and Biloxi Blues, to no-budget, critically-acclaimed independent films like Sling Blade, One False Move, and Shotgun Stories. For her performance in One False Move, Canerday received a Two-Minute Oscar from Interview Magazine. In 2015, Natalie filmed 3 episodes of Graham Gordy’s Cinemax series Quarry. She has appeared on stage in 100 plays, performing at the New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, Arkansas Repertory Theatre and with Little Rock’s Red Octopus.
Pulaski Technical College
The Center for Humanities and Arts
3000 West Scenic Drive
North Little Rock, AR 72118