The Texas Hill Country Film Festival will celebrate its fourth year with a program of seven feature films and more than four dozen short films. The festival, presented by the Hill Country Film Society, takes place in Fredericksburg on May 2-5.
The feature film competition features the blood-spattered Texas-filmed “Buck Wild,” written by native Houstonian and Texas State University alumnus Matthew Albrecht; “Somm,” a documentary that follows four sommeliers attempting to pass the difficult Master Sommelier exam; literary-fueled family drama “Stuck in Love”; and “Waking,” director Ben Shelton’s tale of a man who communicates with a woman in his dreams.
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