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The Big Deal: The Lone Star Film Festival at Sundance Square

Photo © 2013 Tim Jenison, Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics

Photo © 2013 Tim Jenison, Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics

The Lone Star Film Festival is back at Sundance Square in Fort Worth from Nov. 7-10.  The producers have quite the line up of  highly anticipated works, films such as Nebraska, directed by Alexander Payne, the critically acclaimed documentary Tim’s Vermeer, and the 2013 Festival De Cannes Jury Winner Like Father, Like Son, August: Osage County, and Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.  Our friends at the Lone Star Film Society have given us two All Access Passes to give to one lucky Art&Seek e-newsletter subscriber.

The All Access pass will give our winner, and his/her guest, priority access to all screenings until 15 minutes before showtime. Access to all screenings, panels and events including Opening and Closing Night films and all musical performances but does not include the LSFF Ball and Filmmaker Awards Dinner.

Don’t forget to browse through our other Deals this week – tickets to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s “A Night at the Cotton Club,” or to see Sarah Jarosz at the Kessler Theater, or for Band of Heathens’ CD Release Party at Bass Hall’s McDavid Studio.

PLEASE NOTE: Only Art&Seek e-newsletter subscribers can win the Big Deal.  If you are not a subscriber then you can take care of that here, then sign up below for this Big Deal – all access passes to the Lone Star Film Festival 2013 at Sundance Square.

UPDATE: We have our winners. Thanks for playing.