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The Fort Worth Indie Film Showcase will showcase about 230 films on three screens during its fourth annual festival. It’ll offer a wide array of feature, short, and micro short films of various genres. Texas-based films are joined this year by films from across the United States and more than 20 international films. A large number of filmmakers will be on hand to support their films and take part in the in-depth panel discussions on filmmaking.

FWIFS is the brainchild of Fort Worth filmmaker William “Bill” Hass, and its mission is to promote collaboration and cooperation among indie filmmakers.

For a complete schedule and additional festival information, visit www.fwindie.com.

The Fort Worth Indie Film Showcase will showcase about 230 films on three screens during its fourth annual festival. It’ll offer a wide array of feature, short, and micro short films of various genres. Texas-based films are joined this year by films from across the United States and more than 20 international films. A large number of filmmakers will be on hand to support their films and take part in the in-depth panel discussions on filmmaking.

FWIFS is the brainchild of Fort Worth filmmaker William “Bill” Hass, and its mission is to promote collaboration and cooperation among indie filmmakers.

For a complete schedule and additional festival information, visit www.fwindie.com.

The Fort Worth Indie Film Showcase will showcase about 230 films on three screens during its fourth annual festival. It’ll offer a wide array of feature, short, and micro short films of various genres. Texas-based films are joined this year by films from across the United States and more than 20 international films. A large number of filmmakers will be on hand to support their films and take part in the in-depth panel discussions on filmmaking.

FWIFS is the brainchild of Fort Worth filmmaker William “Bill” Hass, and its mission is to promote collaboration and cooperation among indie filmmakers.

For a complete schedule and additional festival information, visit www.fwindie.com.

WHEN

WHERE

Norris Conference Centers - Fort Worth
304 Houston St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
http://www.fwindie.com/

TICKET INFO

$7 single block; $20 for day pass; $40 for weekend pass.
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