4th Annual Hill Country Film Society Film Affäre
Apr 24 2019 to Apr 24 2019
The Hill Country Film Society’s annual fundraiser will recognize award-winning actor and director, David Arquette, with the society’s first Luminary Award. The cinematic and culinary journey and awards presentation will be held at Hoffman Haus. Arquette and Brandon Dickerson, a local award-winning filmmaker, will have an in-depth conversation covering everything from food and film interspersed with clips from some of Arquette’s most well-known films. Dickerson will explore Arquette’s introduction to acting at an early age to major roles in hit films including BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER (d. Fran Rubel Kuzui, U.S.) and SCREAM (d. Wes Craven, U.S.) to his success in independent film.
“The Hill Country Film Society Luminary Award celebrates David Arquette’s artistic achievements over his nearly 30-year career in film and television and highlights his work as an inspiration for other storytellers,” said Wade Lee, director, for Hill Country Film Society. “We are excited to recognize David with this prestigious new honor at this year’s Film Affäre. This not-to-be-missed event will provide guests a unique opportunity to experience Texas Hill Country wine paired with incredible fare from themed food stations specifically tailored to some of David’s inspirations and favorite dishes as well as an intimate conversation with one of the industry’s most talented professionals.”
Brandon Dickerson is an award-winning writer/director honored for his work in film, documentaries, commercials, and music videos—including the coveted Cannes Gold Lion. After building a career directing hundreds of commercials and music videos, Dickerson shifted his focus to writing and directing feature films. His music-based debut feature SIRONIA won the audience award at the Austin Film Festival before he dove into the biopic VICTOR, followed by the documentary A SINGLE FRAME, and the quirky romantic comedy AMANDA & JACK GO GLAMPING.
6:30 pm. Ticket prices range from $150 per couple with individual tickets priced at $100.
Address: 608 E. Creek