The Lone Star Film Festival (LSFF) has officially announced full list of selections to be featured at the 12th annual festival Nov. 7-11, 2018.
The event will showcase a diverse line-up of independent films, including premieres, competition works, shorts, and more in an inclusive and curated festival experience, LSFF said in a news release.
The festival has introduced Single Day Passes , allowing fans to experience a full day of the fest for $30-$45.
It also is launching Cine-Más – an expansion of programming that will feature 10 full length features that capture facets of Latin-American life with powerful themes of familial bonds, strong female leads, music and cultural icons, the release said.
Details on showings and times will be released later.
. Cine-Más films will be showcased throughout the festival’s current programming. More details on showings and time to follow.
“The 2018 Festival will bring back all the things you love about Lone Star while infusing the event with some new initiatives that will truly offer something for everyone,” Executive Director Chad Mathews said. “Our goal as Fort Worth’s longest standing film festival is to create inclusivity, celebrate our diverse community, and spread the love of film. We believe that the launch of Cine-Más and single-day passes are the next step in bringing film enthusiasts, movie lovers, and locals together.”
The 2018 Lone Star Film Festival will feature 111 films, representing 21 countries.
The line-up was curated by the Lone Star Film Festival programming team lead by Rachel Burgess and William F. Reed. The 2018 programming features three showcase feature films, 13 narrative features in competition films, nine 9 documentary feature In competition films, 52 narrative short films, 18 student short films, six documentary short films, and 10 Cine-Más.
To see the entire lineup of titles, visit: lonestarfilmfestival.com/official-selections
To purchase tickets. Visit: lonestarfilmfestival.com/tickets
– FWBP Staff