While the 10th annual Lone Star Film Festival in Sundance Square has come to a close, the results of the wildly successful four-day event are still being talked about. The Lone Star Film Society would like to congratulate all of the winners from this year’s festival.

Films and filmmakers recognized this year include:

Best of Fest (cash prize of  $1,500)
Nothing Serious directed by John Appleton

Best Feature Film (cash prize $1,000)
June Falling Down directed by Rebecca Weaver

Best Documentary Film (cash prize $1,000)
Walk With Me: The Trials of Damon J. Keith directed by Jesse Nesser

Audience Choice Award (cash prize $500) 
Camino directed by Justin Herring

Best Short Film (cash prize $500) 
Hummingbird & Crane directed by Veronica Rodriguez

Best Student Film 
The Lotus Gun directed by Amanda Milius

Best Texas Film (cash prize $500) 
As Far As The Eye Can See directed by David Franklin

My Fort Worth Short Film Competition (cash prize & hotel stay during fest) 
Why Pie? directed by Mark Birnbaum

The Lone Star Film Society staff would like to thank all of the filmmakers, sponsors, panelists, guest speakers and moviegoers for helping make 2016 one of the most successful film festivals to date. We look forward to seeing all of you in Sundance Square again next year for our 11th edition of LSFF.

About Lone Star Film Society

The Lone Star Film Society (LSFS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that exists to cultivate an appreciation and understanding of the moving image as an art form while showcasing the City of Fort Worth. The Society accomplishes this mission through year-round film screenings, educational workshops and collaborative community partnerships.  LSFS annually presents their signature event, the Lone Star Film Festival in Sundance Square, which takes place in beautiful downtown Fort Worth.