There are few things that go together better than independent film and the independent spirit of a small Texas town. Which is exactly why we choose to hold the Hill Country Film Festival in Fredericksburg. And, when the film is finished, we couldn’t think of a better town to go out and explore for our patrons. Because here, you’ll find everything from museums to historical sites to shopping, great German food, vineyards and more.
Created to celebrate and showcase filmmakers from Texas and around the world, the festival began in 2010. In 2016, HCFF screened over 85 independent films, both short and feature length, as well as hosted filmmaker Q&A/interviews, discussion panels, a filmmaker’s lounge and festival parties.
Thank you to the filmmakers, movie-goers, sponsors and volunteers who support the Hill Country Film Festival!
Fritztown Cinema is the recently rebranded and remodeled movie theater with high quality digital projection and sound, as well as a fun and welcoming atmosphere.
2254 S US HWY 87
Fredericksburg, Texas 78624
Festival Locations and Map
The Hill Country Film Festival is located in Fredericksburg, just an hour drive from Austin and San Antonio. Film screenings take place at Fritztown Cinema and various festival events take place throughout the city with distance between events being no further than a fifteen minute drive.
2016 Festival Locations
Fritztown Cinema | 2254 Hwy. 87 S., Fredericksburg
Auslander Biergarten & Restaurant | 323 E. Main St., Fredericksburg
West End Pizza Company | 232 W. Main St., Fredericksburg
Nimitz Museum | 340 E. Main St., Fredericksburg
Pedernales Cellars | 2916 Upper Albert Rd., Stonewall, TX 78671
Click here to view a map of festival locations.