While the ninth annual Lone Star Film Festival in Sundance Square has come to a close, the results of the wildly successful 4 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.
The Lone Star Film Festival (LSFF) in Sundance Square has added a special screening of A CLOCKWORK ORANGE (1971) to conclude an opening night that includes an outdoor presentation of family friendly short films in Sundance Square and an opening night screening of WHEN I LIVE MY LIFE OVER AGAIN with special guest, director Robert Edwards.
The Lone Star Film Festival (LSFF) in Sundance Square, an annual film event in North Texas (November 5 – 8, 2015), announces 20 short films to be included in its upcoming event.
The Lone Star Film Festival (LSFF) in Sundance Square, an annual film event in North Texas (November 5 – 8, 2015), announces 37 feature films to be included in its upcoming event.
BY CARY DARLING
This year’s schedule for the ninth Lone Star Film Festival includes a thriller featuring Mark Wahlberg and Oscar Isaac, a drama starring Theo James, Dakota Fanning, and Richard Gere, a documentary about legendary Texas musician Doug Sahm, and a keynote speech from David Edelstein, the film critic for New York Magazine, NPR’s Fresh Air, and CBS-TV’s Sunday Morning. The festival runs Nov. 5-8 at the AMC Palace, Four Day Weekend Theater and Sundance Square in downtown Fort Worth.
Thanks to the leadership of the Lone Star Film Society (LSFS) by the Board of Directors, and its staff, and the dedication of its members, sponsors, volunteers, and committed contractors, the Lone Star Film Festival in Sundance Square (LSFF) will be held this year from November 5 to November 8, 2015.