The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and the Lone Star Film Society are pleased to announce the New Russian Cinema Film Festival. In June three US films and filmmakers traveled to Russia for the Moscow International Film Festival. Now it is the U.S.’s turn to host. Fort Worth, the "City of Cowboys and Culture" is one of three United States destinations (New York, San Francisco, Fort Worth) that will play host to these films so you won’t want to miss out. The festival will take place in the Fort Worth Cultural District August 24th-26th. Tickets are $8.50; $6.50 for Modern members; $6 for Modern Reel People and LSFS members. A festival pass is $25. Advance sales begin two hours prior to each show. Beginning August 1, advance purchase of festival passes or purchase of individual tickets for Reel People and LSFS members is available by calling 817.738. 9215.
Visit the Modern online for film descriptions.
- My Dad is Baryshnikov - Friday, August 24, 7:30 pm
- Chapiteau-Show (in 2 parts)
- Part 1 – Saturday, August 25th, 2 pm
- Part 2 – Saturday, August 25th, 5 pm
- Elena – Sunday, August 26, 2 pm
- The Hunter – Sunday, August 26, 4 pm