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Short films get to the heart of the Ozarks

Posted: August 8, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

"It's actually one of my favorite segments of a film that I'm proud of," says filmmaker Larry Foley about the excerpt "A little glass chapel in the woods" from the documentary "Sacred Spaces: The Architecture of Fay Jones."



WHEN — 8:30-9:30 p.m. today

WHERE — Walker Landing at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville

COST — Free

INFO — 657-2355 or


More Short Films

“What Makes Fayetteville Special?”

9:50 minutes

Jonelle Lipscomb, filmmaker and narrator, explores her love of Fayetteville and what continues to draw her back.

“Second Chances”

5:30 minutes

Winner of “Audience Choice” at Downtown Bentonville’s 4320 Film Contest, this is the story of a dog and her wonderful life of second chances by Rob Klemple.

“The Orrery”

3:15 minutes

Sarah K Moore’s film about Northwest Arkansas artist Eugene Sargent and his creation of an orrery, an intricate model of the solar system.

“The Mobility Program”

9:34 minutes

Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville offers an innovative program through the Center for Exercise that is enriching the lives of many of the area’s disabled. By Fayetteville High School film students.

“A Temple of Peace”

4 minutes

Bringing home the Torah into the beautiful new Temple Shalom, built in a partnership that exemplifies a true expression of love and acceptance.

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