The Film Society of Little Rock is happy to premiere a new section on our website, FSLR BLOGS.
By DAN LYBARGER Special to the Democrat-Gazette
It's far easier to find the Tony Award winning stage and screen actor Paul Sand than it is to locate Waldo.
If you're channel-surfing you might find him playing a rabbi on Joan of Arcadia, a doctor on St. Elsewhere, a passenger on the Love Boat or a Norwegian-American farmer in the 2005 indie movie Sweet Land.
He has managed to appear both in the '70s flight attendant comedy Flying High and the movie Laying Low. With 86 acting credits on IMDB.com, it's not surprising that he has also been co-stars with A-listers such as Robert Redford (The Hot Rock), Barbra Streisand (The Main Event) and Richard Pryor (Wholly Moses!).
In a career that has stretched from Bewitchedand the nanobudgeted dark comedy Chuck & Buck to Curb Your Enthusiasm, it's hard to cover everything that Sand has done or what he has to say about acting, filmmaking, television or theater.
He'll be around to answer some of the questions that might pop up with An Evening with Paul Sand at The Joint Theater and Coffeehouse in North Little Rock on April 23 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $100, with the proceeds going to support Little Rock's Kaleidoscope LGBT Film Festival in August.
Film Society of Little Rock is excited to announce a new film series for 2018, Crush Wine Bar Classics on the Patio. Come enjoy are great glass wine and watch a classic movie for free the 2nd Thursday of April thru October 2018 at Crush Wine Bar in the Argenta Arts District!
All screenings start at SUNSET. Must be 21 or older to attend. Seating is first come, first served.
Come mingle with fellow patrons, hear a recap of Kaleidoscope 2017, and be one of the first to hear what is in store for Kaleidoscope in 2018!
Each year our festival has grown thanks to the continued support from people like you in our community and we think you'll love what we have in store for 2018 as Kaleidoscope begins scheduling year around events along with our yearly Kaleidoscope Festival.
For a look at the Kaleidoscope 2017 lineup, which included films from Cannes, Venice, Sundance, SXSW, Tribeca, Frameline, Outfest click here.
For a look at the Kaleidoscope 2017 Award Winners click here.