Sunday, December 9, 2007

Documentary-inspired and straddling the "thin line" between fact & fiction, the Thin Line Film Festival was Denton's first international film festival. Four days of parties, an industry conference, and over 50 films marked Thin Line's inaugural year. The people responsible for the action were none other than the friendly folks at Texas Filmmakers, a non-profit organization created to assist the aspiring filmmaker. As with any event of this caliber, there was much help from sponsors including the Texas Film Commission, AFI International Film Festival, Panavision, and helping us ride in style: Don's Racing Limos of Dallas (pictured below)

Part of the Industry Trade-show and conference included twenty workshops put on by presenters such as film composer Mark Menza (pictured below):

Interior shot of the campus theater (below), one of Denton's historic theaters converted labor day weekend for watching films.

The Texas Filmmakers haved moved into a new office near the historic downtown square.
405 S. Elm St., Suite 102
Denton, TX 76201

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