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TABLE LEVELS
$25,000 BLOCKBUSTER (Super VIP placement for 12 guests)
$15,000 TWO THUMBS UP (VIP placement for 12 guests)
$10,000 A CLASSIC (Preferred placement for 10 guests)
$5,000 BRAVO (Standard placement for 10 guests)

INDIVIDUAL GALA TICKETS
$1,000 (preferred table placement)
$500 (standard table placement)

AFTER-PARTY TICKETS
$30 each/Two for $50
(After Party included with gala tables or tickets)


We're sorry, but tickets and tables for the awards show gala are sold-out.
However, tickets for the After Party are still available. Please join from 9PM-midnight at Austin Studios Stage 7!

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2013 TABLE BUYERS
BLOCKBUSTER
Graves, Dougherty, Hearon and Moody, LLP
Milton Verret
The Moody Foundation

TWO THUMBS
UP
Julie Blakeslee and John Spong / Kate and Robert Hersch / Carla and Jack McDonald
Suzanne Deal Booth
Deborah Green and Clayton Aynesworth / Chris Mattsson and John McHale / Jane Schweppe
Jeanne and Michael Klein / Edward Safady / The Meredith Family
Way To Go Media

A CLASSIC 
Eloise and John Paul DeJoria / Peace, Love & Happiness Foundation
Susan and Robert Epstein
Rebecca and Bryan Hardeman

H-E-B
Kendra Scott Jewelry
Soundcheck Austin
Suzanne and Marc Winkelman

BRAVO
Carol and Chris Adams / Maxwell, Locke & Ritter, LLP
The Austin Chronicle
Austin Studios
Ben Barnes

Becky Beaver and John Duncan

Jocelyn and Bradley Brandt 
Bridgepoint Consulting
Calendar Holdings
Chase Bank
Detour Filmproduction
William R. Dickson
El Rey Network
EYA Productions
Friends of Film
Friends of Martha Washington

Haynes and Boone, LLP
Hornitos
Jackson Walker, LLP
Diane Land and Stephen Adler
Brittanny and Brooke Newsom

The Red Building 
Catherine Robb
South by Southwest Film Conference & Festival
Tom Schoonover 
Texas Lyceum
The Texas Tribune
Universal Pictures
Violet Crown Cinema / Magnolia Pictures
Sharon and Travis White
William Morris Endeavor Entertainment

MORE ABOUT THE EVENT!
AUSTIN STUDIOS' NEW EXPANSION TRANSFORMED

The Texas Film Hall of Fame is one of Austin’s most highly anticipated gala events. This year's event heralds Austin Studios' expansion. The Austin Film Society plans to convert the former National Guard Armory into a creative media hub where diverse filmmakers and cinephiles can meet, inspire, teach and support one another. To celebrate this milestone, AFS will magically transform Stage 7 into an elegant gala setting, featuring delicious cuisine, cocktails and wine and a lively awards show.

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THE HISTORY OF TEXAS FILM HALL OF FAME AWARDS
The Texas Film Hall of Fame was founded in 2001 by the Austin Film Society (AFS) to honor outstanding Texans who've made a significant contribution to filmmaking and entertainment, and non-Texans who have made strides in the Texas entertainment industry. Classic Texas films and television programs are also honored, with a member of the cast or creative team accepting on behalf of his or her colleagues. Thanks to the legacy created by these honorees, Texas is and will continue to be a great place to make, watch, and love film and creative media.

Proceeds benefit the educational and artistic programs of AFS, a non-profit organization founded in 1985 by director Richard Linklater. Since 1996, AFS has awarded over $1.3 million in cash, goods, and services to emerging filmmakers. Read more about AFS >>