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50th WorldFest-Houston

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The 50th WorldFest-Houston will feature more than 200 new indie films from 43 countries, including 34 premieres in the new Panorama China.

The opening night world premiere of Panorama China is Looking for the Holy Land, a film directed By Li Zhang, Beijing, China. The festival will close with Tatara Samurai, from Japan, directed by Yoshinari Nishikori.

The Panorama China official closing night film is Special Encounter, directed by Hwang Mi-Na - a Dalian Wanda Group Production. There will be nine master classes in many aspects of film/video production, including the use of drones in filmmaking, investing in feature films, how to obtain amazing free stock footage from NASA and many more important subjects.

For a full schedule of films, go to the festival website.

The 50th WorldFest-Houston will feature more than 200 new indie films from 43 countries, including 34 premieres in the new Panorama China.

The opening night world premiere of Panorama China is Looking for the Holy Land, a film directed By Li Zhang, Beijing, China. The festival will close with Tatara Samurai, from Japan, directed by Yoshinari Nishikori.

The Panorama China official closing night film is Special Encounter, directed by Hwang Mi-Na - a Dalian Wanda Group Production. There will be nine master classes in many aspects of film/video production, including the use of drones in filmmaking, investing in feature films, how to obtain amazing free stock footage from NASA and many more important subjects.

For a full schedule of films, go to the festival website.

The 50th WorldFest-Houston will feature more than 200 new indie films from 43 countries, including 34 premieres in the new Panorama China.

The opening night world premiere of Panorama China is Looking for the Holy Land, a film directed By Li Zhang, Beijing, China. The festival will close with Tatara Samurai, from Japan, directed by Yoshinari Nishikori.

The Panorama China official closing night film is Special Encounter, directed by Hwang Mi-Na - a Dalian Wanda Group Production. There will be nine master classes in many aspects of film/video production, including the use of drones in filmmaking, investing in feature films, how to obtain amazing free stock footage from NASA and many more important subjects.

For a full schedule of films, go to the festival website.

WHEN

WHERE

AMC Studio 30
2949 Dunvale Rd.
Houston, TX 77063
https://worldfest.org/

TICKET INFO

$7.50-$750
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