The River Valley Film Society presents Borderlands, a monthly film series, which will show some of the 132 movies screened at the 2021 Fort Smith International Film Festival. “If you missed the festival or didn’t catch a movie you wanted to see, then this is your chance,” Brandon Chase Goldsmith, executive director, explains. “The opportunity to see incredible independent films should not be limited to two festival days. Bring your friends, family, or a date, grab some popcorn, a drink and enjoy a 5-dollar movie!” The first screening will be the overall festival winner Black Boys, February 25 at TempleLive, doors open at 6:30pm with the first show starting at 7:00pm.
Opening the night will be The FABRIC OF FORT SMITH, a short documentary, which reveals the rich Black History Fort Smith has to offer. The movie, produced by Sol Studios, covers the founding of The Fort to the election of the first black Mayor across 225 years. The night’s main feature BLACK BOYS illuminates the spectrum of black male humanity in America. An intimate, inter-generational exploration, BLACK BOYS strives for insight to black identity and opportunity at the nexus of sports, education, and criminal justice. For additional movie times and locations check out fortsmithfilm.com.
Borderlands Film Series present BLACK BOYS
February 25, 2022
$5, Doors 6:30, Show 7:00pm
TempleLive 200 N 11th St, Fort Smith, AR 72901