We’ve nearly reached the end of the 2014 PBS Online Film Festival and Arkansas independent film “Diamond John” is in the top three! There are still a few days left to vote and help push the period comedy and its filmmaker, Travis Mosler of Little Rock, to the top.
So how can you help? Vote every day, in every way! We have all the details on how you can vote as many times as possible here.
But even more than that, you can multiply your votes even more by sharing this great film with as much as possible. The links for Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and email are located just next to the videos, and sharing is caring, friends!
Also, don’t forget our second Arkansas indie film featured in the festival. “Westland,” from Diana Michelle Haussam of Fayetteville, delves into the reclusive life of the late Winslow, Arkansas, artist Tim West. We’re proud to note that the film is neatly within the festival’s top twenty, and absolutely deserving of your watches and votes, as well!
Now, onward, and vote upward! You can get started at: pbs.org/filmfestival