Posts Tagged ‘2012 Lone Star International Film Festival’
Sea birds fill the skies in "Leviathan."

LSIFF Report (Day 5)

Kristian Lin
The last day of the Lone Star Film Festival began with an extraordinary documentary called Leviathan. Directed by Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna Paravel, this follows a New England commercial fishing vessel on the North At...


Antonio Frasca and Maurilio Giaffreda in "Caesar Must Die."

LSIFF Report (Day 4)

Kristian Lin
I got a big dose of high culture at LSIFF today, with Shakespeare, free jazz, and opera taking up my movies. Read on: Caesar Must Die is, I must say, the best Shakespeare movie I’ve seen in a while. Part of it is documentary ...



Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence in "Silver Linings Playbook."

LSIFF Report (Day 3)

Kristian Lin
Much bigger crowds on Friday than the previous two days for LSIFF. This isn’t to be wondered at, with the weekend beckoning. Even Jayne Mansfield’s Car on opening night didn’t attract a completely full house, but both scr...


Billy Bob Thornton and Kevin Bacon in "Jayne Mansfield's Car".

LSIFF Report (Days 1-2)

Kristian Lin
Since I’m the only film writer covering this year’s Lone Star International Film Festival for the Weekly this year, I’m posting my coverage of the festival to this site instead of to our usual LSIFF blog. Perhaps this wil...



LSIFF Open Call

Jimmy Fowler
The Lone Star Film Society is now accepting submissions for its 2012 Lone Star International Film Festival in November. The final deadline for submitting your work isn’t until September 3, but the earlier you enter your films...