2015 TEXAS FILM AWARDS

 

WHAT | 2015 Texas Film Awards
WHO | Honorees Tommy Lee Jones, Luke Wilson, Guillermo Del Toro, Bonnie Curtis, Boyhood’s Richard Linklater, Patricia Arquette, Ellar Coltrane, Zoey Graham, John Sloss (Producer), Cathleen Sutherland (Producer), Sandra Adair (Editor), Kirsten McMurray (Co-Producer), Mike Saenz (Assistant Editor), Laura Yates (Post Production Supervisor), Mike Judge (Master of Ceremonies & Presenter), Robert Rodriguez (Presenter), Jess Weixler (Presenter), Bill Wittliff (Presenter), Louis Black (Presenter), Rebecca Campbell (Executive Director of AFS), Kendra Scott (founder of Kendra Scott Jewelry), Bishop Fred Jones, Alexis Jones (The Jones Family Will Make A Way) Milton Verret, Bobbi and Mort Topfer (Bobbi is Co-Chair, Texas Film Awards), Armando Zambrano and Bryan Gardner (Armando is Co-Chair, Texas Film Awards), Chris and Lesya Milam (Presenting Sponsors with The Backyard)

WHERE | Austin Studios, Stage 7 (1901 East 51 Street)
WHEN | Thursday, March 12, 2015

RED CARPET |6:00PM

About the Texas Film Awards
The event is co-chaired by Bobbi Topfer and Armando Zambrano. The Texas Film Awards is a Gala celebration honoring Texas legends of film and television being inducted into the Texas Film Hall of Fame.

The 2014 Texas Film Awards had a media reach of 224.5 million and raised $580,000 for AFS’s filmmaking grants and educational programs which identify, support and fund emerging talent throughout the state of Texas, often launching significant careers in the arts.

About Austin Film Society
The Austin Film Society empowers our community to make, watch and love film and creative media. Through Austin Studios, which AFS opened in 2000 through a lease with the City of Austin, AFS attracts film development and production to Austin and Texas. Gala film premieres and the annual Texas Film Awards raise funds and awareness of the impact of film on economy and community. Austin Film Society is ranked among the top film centers in the country and recognized by the National Endowment for the Arts and Directors Guild of America. For more information on the Austin Film Society, visit www.austinfilm.org.

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