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Lone Star Film Festival’s 25% off all-access pass sale is ending soon

Get ‘em while they’re hot, Fort Worth

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If there are two things that we love here at FTWtoday, it’s cool arts festivals and a good deal — which is why we love Lone Star Film Festival’s annual all-access pass sale.

Each year, Lone Star Film Festival (happening this year on Thursday, Nov. 2-Sunday, Nov. 5) showcases the best feature-length films, documentaries, narrative short films, and even student films at the Fort Worth Stockyards alongside star-studded appearances. (Past attendees include Ethan Hawke, Willie Nelson, Taylor Sheridan + more.)

The sale is a fantastic opportunity to experience all of the festival’s film screenings, talks, happy hours + parties at a big discount — what’s not to love?

During the sale, you’ll save 25% on your purchase of an all-access pass. Read: Normally, they’re $300, but you can get them for $225 now through Monday, Sept. 25. Get them before they’re gone.

See you at the film festival, Fort Worth.

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