Lone Star Film Festival lanza “Cine Más” en Fort Worth
El Festival de Cine Lone Star Film (LSFF) lanzó una nueva iniciativa en colraboración con Telemundo 39, ''Cine-Más'', una selección de películas de gran importancia cultural con largometrajes latinoamericanos durante el 12º Festival Anual de Cine Lone Star Film 2018.
'Cine-Más' Is Here To Provide Representation And To Celebrate Latin Cinema
Fort Worth's Lone Star Film Festival has launched a new initiative called 'Cine-Más'. It's sort of a festival inside of a festival. And it features films that shine light on the life and culture of Latin and Hispanic people.
How Filming in Texas Helped ‘The Old Man & the Gun’ Capture Its Authentic Look
Writer-Director David Lowery: shooting in Fort Worth “made perfect sense,” he says. “It also feels older than nearby Dallas, and has that sense of the West, so aesthetically it was just right. We didn’t even consider anywhere else.”
5 Can't Miss Events at the 2017 Lone Star Film Festival
There will be over 70 separate screenings, panels, and other events — an intimidating number for even the most dedicated cinephiles. We've narrowed that down to the five best things the festival has to offer!
Cybill Shepherd, James Brolin road-trip drama 'Rose' gets sales deal (exclusive)
UK based Moviehouse Entertainment has been appointed by Tesoro Pictures’ to handle worldwide sales for Rose, which will have its world premiere on November 9, 2017 at The Lone Star Film Festival in Fort Worth, Texas.
Bill Paxton to be honored at Lone Star Film Festival
As is well-known around here, the late actor Bill Paxton was a Fort Worth native, and even after projects such as “Titanic” and “Big Love” he still paid attention to the Fort Worth arts scene, especially the movie side of it.
Despite Hollywood fame, Bill Paxton never forgot Fort Worth roots
Bill Paxton, the Fort Worth native who went on to star in such movies as “Apollo 13,” “Titanic” and “Twister” and in TV projects such as HBO’s “Big Love” and the History miniseries “Texas Rising,” died Saturday of complications from heart surgery. He was 61.