The 2014 Lone Star Film Festival in Sundance Square Passes are now on sale. This festival is scheduled for November 6 – 9, 2014.
You can purchase individual tickets for specific film screenings, Festival Passes or All Access Passes. Early Bird prices are available if you purchase your Festival Pass during this sale. Early bird prices will end when the full line-up is announced in early October so order your Passes now.
This four day festival gives you the unique opportunity to see some amazing films. Forty films in four days with top name stars in attendance. Past guests have included Lyle Lovett and Billy Bob Thornton, just to name a couple. Stay tuned to see who is coming this year.
In addition to the film screenings there are numerous events that take place during the The Lone Star Film Festival in Sundance Square. A couple of those events are the LSFF Ball and Filmmaker Award Dinner and a conversation with award-winning director, Julian Schnabel.
Here is a sneak-peek at some of the films you can anticipate:
BEFORE NIGHT FALLS (2000)
Directed by Julian Schnabel
The story of Cuban poet Reinaldo Arenas from growing up in Cuba to living in New York City.
MR. TURNER (2014)
Directed by Mike Leigh
The story of eccentric British painter J.M.W. Turner.
THE ROUGHNECKS (2012)
Directed by Richard Cameron White
A pee-wee football team from Fort Worth that set out to win the Youth football “Super Bowl”.
THE IMITATION GAME (2014)
Directed buy Morton Tyldum
The Enigma code is cracked with the help of Alan Turing, an English mathematician.
Directed by Ryan Piers Williams
Four young adults living in New York trying to find their place in life. As they grow their friendships change.
AMERICAN GRAFFITI (1973)
Directed by George Lucas
Who can forget this Academy Award winning film giving many actors the start of what would be a successful career in Hollywood.
WINTER SLEEP (2014)
Directed by Nuri Bilge Ceylan
Winner of the 2014 Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival. A hotel turned shelter in midst of a snow storm already rocky relationships turn stormy too.
THE GREAT INVISIBLE (2014)
Directed by Margaret Brown
Just 4 years ago, in the Gulf of Mexico an offshore oil rig explosion occurred that caused major devastation that is still affecting those who most directly suffered the impact. Hear their story.
For more information or to purchase Passes visit the Lone Star Film Society website or call (817) 924-6000.
All film screening take place at (unless otherwise announced):
AMC Palace 9
220 East 3rd Street
Fort Worth, TX