This month's edition of the fest includes great films by some excellent filmmakers.
Rockumentary- 40 Years of Your Favorite Records 1966-2006- directed by former Commercial Appeal music reporter, Larry Nager. An excellent documentary about the history of Ardent Studios as told by founder, John Fry.
Man-tute- directed by award winning filmmaker, Ken Axmaker, Jr. This comedy film was recently selected to represent Memphis on opening night at the Script-2-Screen Film Fest and Movie Biz Conference where
it won Best Comedy-runner up.
Friction- directed by former University of Memphis professor, David Liban. This 1997 experimental film delves into the past memories that drive and torment an emotional artist.
Music for ending credits:
No Big Deal- sung by Jay Ruffin from the Skeleton Key album.
Be sure to look for the BONUS FILMS after the ending credits!
An Old School Production of Rusty Lemon's song, If It's Over.
Back by popular demand, Beat Down in Clown Town- directed by Danny Stanford and Corey Smithmier.
Thursday- 10:30 PM
For more info or to enter a film, go to www.LastTraintoMemphis.com
Check with the Library Channel website or our website for scheduling info. This is a weekly schedule that will begin on January 1.