Mustain and the film's director Matthew Wolfe are expected to be in attendance, and typically at these festivals, there is an audience Q&A after the screening.
This is a new trailer released by Wolfe a couple of weeks ago. It's a clip that pretty aggressively goes after fans making "faceless comments" and includes this memorable comment about midway through the trailer from Mustain about those commenters and his former USC teammate Mark Sanchez:
"I don't even know if I should talk about this, but I will. I can't even tell you how much I disliked [Sanchez]...and most everyone that knows him feels the same way. But I shit you not, when I read comments about him, it really kind of irks me. Because I've been there. I've been the one that those same [bleep]ers have been commenting on, and it pisses me off."
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Here's my original review of the movie after seeing it in May.
Here's the post-premiere Q&A I did with Mustain last summer.
There are actually several sports documentaries screening at the festival, check out the entire list here. Other Razorback-related movies are The Big Shootout: The Life and Times of 1969 and The Jim Lindsey Story.
If you're interested in seeing an absolute train wreck:
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>I will be in hot springs Arkansas this weekend to premiere my documentary <a href="https://twitter.com/CansecoTruth">@CansecoTruth</a> with <a href="https://twitter.com/ModelLeila">@ModelLeila</a> and <a href="https://twitter.com/JoseMelendez123">@JoseMelendez123</a></p>— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) <a href="https://twitter.com/JoseCanseco/statuses/389756828428423168">October 14, 2013</a></blockquote>
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