Saturday, March 17, 2007

Let the Competition Begin!

The Lone Star International Film Festival has begun accepting entries for the inaugural festival to be held Nov. 8-11, 2007 in Fort Worth, Texas. The first entry was a work filmed in the United States and France.
The competition categories include: Documentary Feature Length, Documentary Short, Feature, Short and, Animation.
Additionally Fort Worth Sister Cities International, will present a film series during the festival focusing on its seen sister cities and countries, Reggio Emilia, Italy; Nagaoka, Japan; Trier, Germany; Budapest, Hungary; Bandung, Indonesia; Mbabane, Swaziland; and Toluca, Mexico. If you know of a great film from these countries or featuring an actor, director or link to these cities/countries, let me know.
FWSCI will host delegations from our cities during a week-long celebration, which will include the Fort Worth Mayor’s International Dinner and a celebration of the 20-year relationship between Fort Worth, Trier and Nagaoka.
The Lone Star International Film Festival competition will be held in downtown Fort Worth with special events, receptions and a gala recognizing the best the world has to offer.
To enter your film in the competition, go to
Good Luck!