For tickets and information call the ticket hotline 760 876-9103.

The Festival in the Park - Friday, Saturday, Sunday 9am-6pm

Cowboy Church - Sunday, October 7th 8:30am at The Anchor Ranch

Another favorite Lone Pine Film Festival tradition, Sunday Morning Cowboy Church, is led by pastor Greg Rickets. The Cowboy Church is a popular destination for many annual festival goers. This year's Cowboy Church will be held at the Anchor Ranch.

The music and Western-themed sermon takes on a special meaning as the worshipers sit in this beautiful venue under the Eastern Sierra and Mount Whitney. Truly, an exceptional morning!  The 30-minute service will start at 8:30 A.M.

The "Cowboy Church" book is available for sale at the Museum - “Cowboy Church” by Rev. Ben Sparks. This is a collection of sermons by Rev. Sparks given during Sunday’s Cowboy Church, an event at the annual Film Festival. Cowboy Church is held outside with the awe-inspiring Sierra Nevada Mountains as a backdrop. Each sermon relates to the theme of the Film Festival. This paperback collection retails for $12.50. The author, Ben W. Sparks, is a graduate of California Baptist University and Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary. In 2005 he retired as pastor of Mt. Whitney Baptist Church where he served for 28 years. He is quick to say, he has not retired from serving God. Its lightweight paperback format is perfect for carrying with you at all times or tucking into the car or a place where you frequently sit and read for a few moments, or a long time, for spiritual renewal or inspiration. 62 Pages.

Parade - Sunday starting at 1:00 PM on Main Street

When Hollywood comes to a small town and Main Street is lined with fans, a lively show is sure to please the crowd. Come see the cowboys, the kids, the costumes, the vintage cars, the stars, the horses and mules, the school bands, the hoop dancers, and Future Farmers of America, and all the other colorful folk who make up the best small town parade in America! 

Closing Campfire - Sunday 7:30 PM at Spainhower Park

 Gather 'round y" all for this  Lone Pine Film Festival Tradition

Be sure to join all the festival supporters, stars, performers, and behind the scenes volunteers that make this amazing small town, home-spun Film Festival happen. Sunday evening, just at dusk, the entire crowd gathers for the Closing Campfire at Lone Pine’s Spainhower Park at the North end of town. Hosted by long-time Festival supporter and cowboy poet, Larry Maurice, this Lone Pine tradition features old fashioned pickin’ and singin; tall tales of the West, and the lore of the cowboy. Gather ‘round the campfire and share our farewell moment, as the Annual Lone Pine Film Festival draws to a close. The 2019 Movie Quilt Raffle ticket winner will be drawn at the Closing Campfire.

 "This event is supported by Poets & Writers, Inc. through a grant it has received from The James Irvine Foundation."