Celebrating 12 Years of the Lone Star Film Festival

Named one of MovieMaker Magazine’s “Top 50 Film Festivals Worth The Entry Fee” in 2015, for three consecutive years.

Past Films Include:

The Ballad of Lefty Brown

Lion

Maya Angelou and Still I Rise

Carol

Meadowland

Mr. Turner

Winter

The Artist

Silver Linings Playbook

Nebraska

Shame

Sidney Hall

Amanda and Jack Go Glamping

A Bad Idea Gone Wrong

Anomalisa

The Imitation Game

Wild

The Descendants

August: Osage County

It Follows

Philomena

2017 Award Winners

Best of Fest@2x-100Best of Fest

Best Short Film@2x-100Best Short Film

Best Feature Film@2x-100 Best Feature Film

Best Texas Film@2x-100 Best Texas Film

Best Documentary@2x-100 Best Documentary Film

Best Student Short Film@2x-100 Best Student Film

Audience Choice@2x-100Audience Choice Award

The Lone Star Film Festival shines brightly…Movie enthusiasts may come to Sundance Square this weekend to see anticipated national releases…but chances are good they will leave talking about the auspicious films with Texas ties.”
– The New York Times

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The Lone Star Film Festival is held each year in downtown Fort Worth’s Sundance Square, which serves as the cultural and social center of downtown. Fort Worth is the 16th largest city in the nation, and the Fort Worth/Dallas metroplex consistently ranks among the top five media markets in the U.S.