The Woodlands is adding to its repertoire of the arts with the
inaugural Inspire Film
Festival coming to Town Center. This is a four-day event from February 23-26 and is the
first of its kind, bringing exclusively, selected films, performances,
filmmakers and special guests. Films tell the story of ordinary people who are
true heroes and inspire "the world in their own way”.
"We see incredible opportunities for this film festival to become
known nationally and internationally,” said Nick Wolda, President of The
Woodlands Convention & Visitors Bureau, one of the sponsors. "This festival
is very important for The Woodlands' residents as The Woodlands is known for its
cultural diversity with people from around the world living here.”
Here are some tips for going to the Inspire Film Festival:
· The Festival has four screening areas set in walkable areas
between Hughes Landing and Waterway Square.
· You can purchase your Festival Passes for a single day or for all
films online or in person at Inspire Film Festival Office, two doors down from
Cinemark in Market Street.
· Clap loud because the filmmaker or actor/actresses may be in the
· Turn your cell phones off during showings.
"The films being screened during the Inspire Film Festival this
weekend in The Woodlands, capture different dimensions of everyday heroes with
stories that truly move the human spirit. Real people, sometimes in unreal
situations, defying all odds to make a meaningful mark on the world — one that
wouldn’t have been made had they not had the courage in the moment to rise to
the occasion,” said Alex Bunch, Chief Creative and CMO of The Woodlands
Financial Group, a sponsor of the event.
For more information, visit www.inspirefilmfest.com.