The Lone Star Film Festival (LSFF) in Sundance Square, an annual film event in North Texas (November 10 – 13, 2016), early announces five feature films and five short films to be included in its upcoming event.

First five competition feature films of 2016 (eligible for awards)

As Far As the Eye Can See | USA | Drama | Directed by David Franklin (Texas Premiere)

Camino | USA | Comedy | Directed by Justin Herring (World Premiere)

Lotte | Germany | Drama | Directed by Julius Schultheiß (North American Premiere)

Nothing Serious | USA | Drama | Directed by John Appleton (Texas Premiere)

Voyagers Without Trace | USA | Documentary | Directed by Ian McCluskey


First five competition short films of 2016 (eligible for awards)

Balcony | UK | Drama | Directed by Toby Fell-Holden (Texas Premiere)

Helicopter | USA | Drama | Directed by Kit Zauhar

The Lotus Gun | USA | Drama | Directed by Amanda Milius

Spanish FLY | USA | Documentary | Directed by Jahmal Holland (Texas Premiere)

Twinsburg | USA | Dramedy | Directed by Joe Garrity (Texas Premiere)


Entire Lone Star Film Festival line-up is scheduled to be announced on

September 21, 2016.


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.

WHEN:            Thursday, November 10th – Sunday, November 13th.

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

COST:              All-Access Badges ($200) are available online now. Individual screening tickets are available at the door.