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Press Materials and Coverage

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Andrew Young
Marketing and Publicity Manager
andrew(at)lonestarfilmsociety.com
817-924-6000

On this page, you will find press releases from this year, and links to images you can use in your publication(s). You will also find examples of LSFS press coverage already received. If you need information not found on this page, please send inquiries to the contact listed above.

2014 Press Releases

Lone Star Film Society Announces New Initiative in Partnership with The Kimbell and Modern Art Museums
Inspired by the ‘cinematheque’ concept, Arthouse Fort Worth (ArthouseFW) will bring a weekly schedule of screenings between both venues [Jan. 15, 2014]

Lone Star Film Society to Screen Silent Films with Live Musical Accompaniment
Four films will screen as part of the ArthouseFW (Arthouse Fort Worth) Silent Sundays series at the Kimbell Art Museum’s New Renzo Piano Pavilion [Jan. 29, 2014]

Lone Star Film Society will Present a Series of Films by Spanish Auteur Luis Buñuel
Films will be presented in 35mm as part of Arthouse Fort Worth (ArthouseFW) [Feb. 11, 2014]

Lone Star Film Society to Screen Silent Film WAY DOWN EAST with Live Musical Accompaniment by Paul Slavens, Buffi Jacobs, and Bach Norwood
KXT 91.7’s Paul Slavens, and Buffi Jacobs and Bach Norwood of The Polyphonic Spree will perform an original score over D. W. Griffith’s classic silent film [March 4, 2014]

Miyazaki at the Modern: Masterpieces of Animation – August 2-23, 2014
The Lone Star Film Society’s ArthouseFW and Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth revisit master animation director Hayao Miyazaki’s career with five select films [June 9, 2014]

Scare Tactics: Six by Hitchcock – August 28-31, 2014
The Lone Star Film Society’s ArthouseFW and Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth present six classic Hitchcock films, including two of his silent films with live musical accompaniment [June 18, 2014]

Julian Schnabel to Receive Achievement in Film Directing Award at Lone Star Film Festival
The painter and filmmaker will come to Fort Worth as part of a joint program between the festival and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth  [August 26, 2014]

Lone Star Film Festival Announces Eight Titles From 2014 Lineup
Cannes, Toronto and SXSW Film Festival winners among the first titles announced, which include MR. TURNER, THE IMITATION GAME and screenings presented by Julian Schnabel and Candy Clark [September 18, 2014]

Titles Announced for Christopher Kelly’s ‘Modern Cinema’ Section of the Lone Star Film Festival in Sundance Square 
Films selected for the 10th edition of Kelly’s film series were selected in collaboration with LSFF programmers and will screen as part of the 8th annual Lone Star Film Festival [October 9, 2014]

Lone Star Film Festival In Sundance Square Announces Full Feature Film Lineup and Opening Night World Premiere
The world premiere of a documentary directed by Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Christopher Wilkinson will open the 8th annual Lone Star Film Festival. An additional 21 feature films announced today round out the main lineup [October 15, 2014]

Lone Star Film Festival in Sundance Square Announces Additional Screening and Finalizes Modern Cinema Schedule
The festival will present a screening of WILD directed by Jean-Marc Vallée, and writer Graham Moore will attend the November 5 screening of THE IMITATION GAME [October 29. 2014]

Lone Star Film Festival Announces Maverick Award Recipient Tatum O’Neal
O’Neal will accept award previously given to Robert Rodriguez and John Hawkes [October 31, 2014]

Images for Publication

ArthouseFW Publicity Stills – Inaugural Season

Miyazaki and Hitchcock Series Publicity Stills

2014 LSFF Film Stills and Publicity Materials

Julian Schnabel

Past Lone Star Film Festivals

Press Coverage

The Big Screen: Lone Star’s New Film Series | Art & Seek

Binge Watch the Classics at ArthouseFW | Pure Wow

Silent Films Find Their Voice in Fort Worth Showings | DFW.com

Step Outside the Oscar’s Hype and Sample Eight Great Repertory Films This Week | Dallas Observer

Night & Day | Fort Worth Weekly

Warped Celluloid: Luis Buñuel’s Surrealist Films Will Screen in Fort Worth | Dallas Observer

Hot Ticket 2014 | 360 West

Lone Star Film Screens Eisenstein’s “Strike” | Fort Worth Weekly

Youth Filmmaking in Fort Worth | Focal Point Documentary

Strike Takes ArthouseFW to Surreality | Fort Worth Weekly

Silent Sundays | Fort Worth, Texas: The City’s Magazine

Ghibli Films Fill the House | Examiner.com

Kiki and Totoro Bring in the Crowds | Examiner.com

The silent is golden at Modern’s Hitchcock festival | DFW.com

The Big Screen: Hitchcock’s First Talkie | KERA

Acclaimed Director Julian Schnabel To Receive Lifetime Achievement Award at Lone Star Film Festival | Indiewire

Artist-director Julian Schnabel returns to Texas for Lone Star film honor | CultureMap Dallas

Lone Star Film Festival Announces Initial Lineup | Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Lone Star Film Festival lineup has some gems, including big Toronto winner The Imitation Game | GuideLive

Benedict Cumberbatch movie leads Lone Star Film Festival 2014 lineup | CultureMap Dallas

New titles added to Lone Star Film Festival lineup | Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Fort Worth Film Festivals Join Forces | Fort Worth Weekly

21 more films announced for the Lone Star Film Festival | DFW.com

Cliburn competition documentary to premiere at Lone Star Film Festival | DFW.com 

Lone Star Film Festival 2014 releases full lineup with close-to-home opener | CultureMap Dallas

‘Wild’ added to Lone Star Film Festival | DFW.com

Tatum O’Neal to receive Lone Star’s Maverick Award | DFW.com

Big And Bright. Look Out, Every Other Film Fest In Town: The 2014 Lone Star Film Festival Ain’t Messing Around. | Central Track

Exclusive: Teaser Trailer For Harrowing Prison Doc ‘The Life And Mind Of Mark DeFriest’ | Indiewire

A ‘grateful’ Tatum O’Neal is coming to Fort Worth to get Lone Star Film Fest’s Maverick Award | Dallas Morning News

A Film Festival Big Enough for the Lone Star State | Fort Worth CVB

The Big Screen: Lone Star Film Festival brings a bountiful fall harvest | GuideLive

The Big Screen: Lone Star Film Fest Preview | Art&Seek

Lone Star Film Festival prepares to shine bright | DFW.com

Project-M director on making science fiction believable on a budget | CultureMap Dallas

GTT: Fort Worth, Lone Star Artist | The New York Times

Homemakers director creates a beautiful mess with debut film | CultureMap Dallas

Six Must-Attend Events: November 7-13 | Texas Monthly 

Lone Star Film Fest comes to Fort Worth | WFAA 8

Rover director draws inspiration from Heaven’s Gate for cult film | CultureMap Dallas

More Than Lone Stars: Kris Noteboom reviews five films in the Lone Star Film Festival in Fort Worth. | Theater Jones

Life and Mind of Mark DeFriest examines one prisoner’s harrowing ordeal | CultureMap Dallas

Ten movies to see at the 2014 Lone Star Film Festival | Fort Worth Star-Telegram, DFW.com

The Cooler Bandits goes beyond criminal justice to explore friendship behind bars | CultureMap Dallas

10 Movies to Catch at This Week’s Lone Star Film Festival | D-Magazine, Front Row

The Roughnecks takes hard look at Texas peewee football tradition | CultureMap Dallas

Lone Star Film Festival and Jay Leno top best weekend events in Dallas-Fort Worth | CultureMap Dallas

Lone Star Film Festival Report (Days 1-2) | Fort Worth Weekly

Lone Star Film Festival sparkles at Bass Hall | DFW.com

Lone Star Film Festival sparkles at Bass Hall | Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Movie review: ‘Virtuosity’ | DFW.com

LSIFF Gets in Iranian Vampire Western | Fort Worth Weekly

Life Partners delves into unique bond of gay-straight female friendship | CultureMap Dallas

Lone Star Film Festival Report (Day 3) | Fort Worth Weekly

The Devestation Of Deepwater | KERA’s Think

Don’t miss The Great Invisible, a poetic and unflinching look at the Deep Water Horizon disaster | Dallas Morning News, GuideLive 

Discover Fort Worth: Lone Star Film Festival | Visit Fort Worth

Happy Trails | Fort Worth Weekly

Oscar nominee Candy Clark reminisces about American Graffiti and her career | CultureMap Dallas

Something, Anything’s male director gets to the heart of women | CultureMap Dallas

Lone Star Film Festival Report (Day 4) | Fort Worth Weekly

Tatum O’Neal, others honored at Lone Star Film Festival | DFW.com

Lone Star Film Festival Report (Day 5) | Fort Worth Weekly

Tatum O’Neal reunites with long-lost co-star at Lone Star film gala | CultureMap Dallas

Past Press Materials

2013 Press Materials

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