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Conference Events

Friday, October 1st 5:00pm – 6:30pm
Screening at the Bob Bullock Museum

  • First watch the Spirit Theater’s feature presentation, The Star of Destiny, at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum on Congress and Martin Luther King Boulevard. Produced by BRC Imagination Arts and narrated by the character of Sam Houston, The Star of Destiny focuses on Texas stories of perseverance. Historic events such as the Galveston Hurricane of 1900 come to life with sets, special lighting, and amazing sound effects. Visitors witness a gusher exploding from an East Texas oil derrick and the takeoff of Saturn V as seen from Mission Control at the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston. Join us for a history of Texas that can only be told in 15 minutes with 4-D effects!
  • Conference participants and attendees: Unfortunately due to the cancellation of the television series Lone Star, the 2010 Flow TV conference will no longer be able to air episode 3, as it isn’t available from the network. All production on the show has ceased as of last night, so they are no longer making working copies of the show. Kyle Killen’s appearance is still to be determined, as there may some contractual conflicts due to the recent cancellation. The screening is NOT canceled, we will have the amazing 4-D show Star of Destiny and other exclusive content to be announced shortly. Thanks for your patience, we’re all disappointed at this development but it also spurs the discussion around our current television industrial climate. Looking forward to the conference!

Friday, October 1st 8:30pm – 10:30pm
Conference Reception Party

  • Please join us in the AT&T Center courtyard for drinks and after-dinner snacks. The courtyard is located between the hotel and conference sections of the building.
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