October 3, 2016
The festival was founded in 2004 and is intended to support filmmakers and encourage artistic expression. Most of the films at the festival are from Texas filmmakers or have Texas themes. It also will include a 30th anniversary screening of the film "True Stories," starring Lubbock native Jo Harvey Allen.
A festival pass is $30 and provides access to all films, parties and Q&A sessions. Individual tickets can be purchased for $10 online or at the door. Student tickets are available for $5 at the door.
Some of the films include:
There will be free screenings of two films about painters:
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