Lone Star Film Festival at Sundance Square
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Fort Worth has long claimed to be a city of “Cowboys and Culture,” and that tagline is emphasized through organizations such as the Lone Star Film Society, which produced its first indie film festival in 2006. In recent years, it has been named a “Top 50 Film Festival” thrice consecutively by Movie Maker magazine. The five-day festival includes more than 100 “showcase, competition, local and short films on the big screen” at two theater locations, among them, the new Cine-Más initiative, which features 10 films celebrating Latino culture. Throughout the week, Sundance Square will teem with filmmaker talks, happy hours and celebrity sightings.
Lone Star Film Festival’s 2018 event will also feature Cine-Más, a Latin-American initiative featuring 10 films celebrating Latino culture through powerful themes of familial bonds, strong female leads, music and cultural icons.
3 Ways To Fest:
All Access Badge: $255-$300
One Day Passes: $30-$40
Single Screening Ticket: $15
Screenings will be held at Sundance Square in 2 locations: AMC Palace 9 / Four Day Weekend
Film lineup will be announced on Sept. 18.