LV Film Festival honors actor Michael Madsen
(LAS VEGAS) — The 2011 Las Vegas Film Festival continues through July 17 at the Las Vegas Hilton. The four-day event will showcase more than 40 original films and documentaries, adding a touch of culture and creativity to the Las Vegas entertainment scene.
On the schedule Saturday is a celebrity tribute and award presentation to actor and cult icon Michael Madsen, star of Reservoir Dogs, Donnie Brasco and Kill Bill. Madsen is participating in a moderated discussion about his career and an audience Q&A after a special screening of his film Vice. Following the tribute, there will be a book signing with Madsen hosted by Barnes & Noble. This event is free to the public for the first 500 tickets reserved at www.lvfilmfest.com.Tickets for the festival will be $8 for individual screenings and $25 for a five-film mini pass. In addition, the festival will offer all-day film passes for $50, an all-access pass for $100 and an all-access plus pass for $150. Special discounts are available for students and seniors. For a full schedule of events and to purchase tickets to film screenings, filmmaker panels and parties, please visit www.lvfilmfest.com.
About the Las Vegas Film Festival
The Las Vegas Film Festival is one of Las Vegas’ premier film events taking place annually in the heart of the entertainment capital of the world. Dedicated to showcasing the finest American and international cinema the world has to offer, its mission is to bridge the gap between independent film audiences and filmmakers, as well as to connect emerging filmmakers with established industry professionals. For further information on the festival, visit www.lvfilmfest.com or call (702) 463-4707.