Jane Seymour’s film, “Bereave” is added to the festival line-up

FORT WORTH, Texas (October 28, 2016) – The Lone Star Film Festival (LSFF) in Sundance Square welcomes Don Henley to Fort Worth, as he honors Clint Black with the Stephen Bruton Award on Nov. 10, the opening night of the film festival.  Henley, originally from Texas is a Grammy© award winning singer/songwriter, famously known as a founding member of the Eagles.

The festival, an annual film event in North Texas from Nov. 10 – 13, will also see Emmy© and two-time Golden Globe© winner Jane Seymour receiving the LSFF Achievement in Acting Award.  Seymour will also personally present “Bereave“, a film that she produced and starred in with Malcolm McDowell.

Additional festival highlights:

  • “Bereave” to screen at LSFF with special guest Jane Seymour – This special presentation will take place on Friday, November 11th at 7pm atFour Day Weekend.  “Bereave” is a story of a terminally ill man contemplating death when his beloved wife goes missing on their anniversary.  Seymour will be in attendance and will speak before the screening about her work producing and acting in the film.  Individual tickets can be purchased at-the-door for $10. LSFF All-Access Badge holders will have priority access to this screening.

 

  • A conversation with Clint Black – With a career that has spanned over three decades, Clint Black has made a name for himself as a musician, an actor and a philanthropist.  Meet this Texas native as he discusses his career, his work process and his passion for raising awareness for Rett Syndrome.  The Conversation takes place at Four Day Weekend on Thursday, November 10th at 5pm.  This 45-minute conversation is free and open to the public, though seating is limited.

 

  • Filmmakers Lounge presented by the Fort Worth Film Commission and Pinnacle Bank – For the first time ever the Fort Worth Film Commission and Pinnacle Bank have partnered with LSFF to host a filmmakers lounge at the Worthington Renaissance Hotel. LSFF All-Access Badge holders will be allowed entrance to the filmmakers lounge for select panel discussions, live music, networking opportunities, refreshments, local beer, wine and whiskey tastings.  All-Access Badge holders are also invited to the lounge for an opening night reception on Nov 10, and the award winners Bloody Mary Bar on Nov 13.  LSFF All-Access Badges are on sale now. For more information, please visit theFort Worth Film Commission.

WHAT:            The 10th annual Lone Star Film Festival in Sundance Square opens this November with film screenings, film competition, panel discussions, guest speakers and parties.

Information on upcoming festival: http://www.lonestarfilmfestival.com/

WHEN:            Thursday, Nov 10 – Sunday, Nov. 13

WHERE:          All Screenings will be held in Sundance Square at the AMC Palace Theater and Four Day Weekend Theater. Additional activities will be held in Sundance Plaza Pavilion and at the Worthington Renaissance Hotel.

COST:              All-Access Badges ($200) are available online now.https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2016-lone-star-film-festival-all-access-badge-tickets-25825021334
Individual screening tickets will be available at the door only ($10).

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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.

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