After almost a decade in the making. "Antiquities," a feature film set largely in North Little Rock and starring Mary Steenburgen and Ashley Greene, has been almost a decade in the making. That timeline has built up some anticipation: Its Arkansas debut on Aug. 24 as part of the Arkansas Cinema Society's Filmland sold out in one hour (a second screening was added for 11 a.m. Aug. 26). But the lengthy process didn't exactly work out so well financially for its creators. Graham Gordy, who co-wrote the screenplay with writer/director Daniel Campbell, joked recently that he and Campbell had made about 3 cents per hour for all the time they'd put into the project. "For this, it's romance, not finance," Gordy said. The...
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The feature film version of 'Antiquities' makes its Arkansas debut