Calling all movie buffs! This listing include film festivals and movie screenings going on now. They are all either free or affordable, so make sure to check them out. Sometimes you just need or want to do something different, these choices give your that opportunity. A couple of these offers these special screenings on a regular basis.
2016 Tournees French Film Festival
January 19 – February 22
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
The Department of Modern Language Studies at TCU is hosting this French film festival. It is free and open to the public. All of these films have English subtitled. Please note some of these films are for mature audiences only.
The film screening line-up is:
- January 19 – L’ecume des jours/Mood Indigo
- January 27 – Timbuktu
- February 2 – Diplomatie/Dipolmacy
- February 9 – Bande de filles/Girhood
- February 16 – Le jour se leve/Daybreak
- February 22 – La french/The Connection
The festival will take place on the Texas Christian University campus at 2805 South University Drive, in the Moudy building, Room 141N, Fort Worth, TX.
32ND ANNUAL KIDFILM FESTIVAL
January 23 – 24
This is not only the largest kids film festival in the United States but a wonderful opportunity to meet some of your child’s favorite authors. Just a few of the special guests in attendance are:
- Kate and Jim McMullan
- Katherine Paterson
- Lisa Loeb
- Shane Evans
- Taye Diggs and many more
Click HERE for the schedule of events. Screenings will include many shorts for a variety of age groups.
Angelika Film Center
5321 East Mockingbird Lane
INDIANA JONES: RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK
Saturday, January 23
Palace Arts Center offers their First Friday Film Series and Classic Film Series. These are a great opportunity for family friendly outings. It also makes a great unique date night.
For more information, call the box office at (817) 410-3100. Tickets can be purchased in advance on at the door. Present your receipt from a Grapevine restaurant dated the same day and receive a free popcorn.
300 South Main Street
HEART OF A DOG
January 22 – 24
A documentary of love, loss and family. Laurie uses art work, animation, 8mm home video, IPhone video as she narrates this film. It is a very peaceful film, described as “guided meditation”.
For more information, call (817) 738-9215. Tickets can be purchased online or at the Museum Box Office.
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Fort Worth, TX