Don't tell anyone (lest more people attend) but festival co-founder Owen Brainard is concerned about the LRFF's rapid growth and success. "What are we gonna do if someone like Brad Pitt comes and we're not prepared for a crowd of young ladies fighting outside to get a closer look?" Not a bad problem to have. But it does demonstrate that even in a tough economy a festival well off the beaten festival path, like in Little Rock, can still bring in an appreciative audience--if the right product is provided. And I doubt that Brad would be turned away.