Flick Fest for LitFest is a fundraiser benefiting the HP LitFest, a non-profit 501(c)3. It is an evening of fun and entertainment with music, an art auction and the opportunity to meet a celebrated writer who will discuss his/her own writing and introduce a film which is relevant to his/her own work. The art auction items and music are provided by Highland Park High School students.
Flick Fest For LitFest 2017 Featuring Harry Hunsicker
Dallas native Harry Hunsicker, the former executive vice president of the Mystery Writers of America and the author of seven crime thrillers, will discuss the Oscar-winning film No Country for Old Men and its place among the greatest Texas films of all time, as well as the influence the movie has had on his work.
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
6:15 p.m. – Doors open, Art Auction & Highlander Strings Quartet
7:00 p.m. – Discussion with Harry Hunsicker & Movie No Country For Old Men
The Magnolia Theater 3699 McKinney Avenue Dallas, TX 75204
Each donation of $35 will get you a seat in the theater for the discussion and movie, as well as a glass of wine, or popcorn and a soda. Make your donation by clicking here.
About Our Guest Speaker
Harry Hunsicker is the former executive vice president of the Mystery Writers of America and the author of seven crime thrillers, including The Devil’s Country (March 2017; Thomas & Mercer). His work has been short-listed for both the Shamus and Thriller Awards. He is a fourth generation native of Dallas and a longtime resident of Highland Park, along with his wife, Alison (HP Class of 1979).