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Dallas Film Society Spotlight Luncheon

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The Dallas Film Society will honor Studio Movie Grill CEO/Founder/Owner Brian Schultz with The Stodghill Award, which celebrates an individual and their long-term efforts in supporting the art of film, at the DFS Spotlight Luncheon.

The first DFS Spotlight Luncheon and debut of The Stodghill Award will be a casual event, eschewing the traditional pomp and circumstance connected with celebratory dinners, and focusing instead on bringing people together with a theme taking its cues from the hit Adam Sandler comedy, The Waterboy. The film holds a special significance for Schultz, as The Waterboy was the Studio Movie Grill’s first major success screening a first-run studio film at their theaters.

All proceeds from the event will go to support DFS’s year-round education and community outreach programs.

The Dallas Film Society will honor Studio Movie Grill CEO/Founder/Owner Brian Schultz with The Stodghill Award, which celebrates an individual and their long-term efforts in supporting the art of film, at the DFS Spotlight Luncheon.

The first DFS Spotlight Luncheon and debut of The Stodghill Award will be a casual event, eschewing the traditional pomp and circumstance connected with celebratory dinners, and focusing instead on bringing people together with a theme taking its cues from the hit Adam Sandler comedy, The Waterboy. The film holds a special significance for Schultz, as The Waterboy was the Studio Movie Grill’s first major success screening a first-run studio film at their theaters.

All proceeds from the event will go to support DFS’s year-round education and community outreach programs.

The Dallas Film Society will honor Studio Movie Grill CEO/Founder/Owner Brian Schultz with The Stodghill Award, which celebrates an individual and their long-term efforts in supporting the art of film, at the DFS Spotlight Luncheon.

The first DFS Spotlight Luncheon and debut of The Stodghill Award will be a casual event, eschewing the traditional pomp and circumstance connected with celebratory dinners, and focusing instead on bringing people together with a theme taking its cues from the hit Adam Sandler comedy, The Waterboy. The film holds a special significance for Schultz, as The Waterboy was the Studio Movie Grill’s first major success screening a first-run studio film at their theaters.

All proceeds from the event will go to support DFS’s year-round education and community outreach programs.

WHEN

WHERE

Four Corners Brewing Co.
1311 S. Ervay St.
Dallas, TX 75215
https://www.dallasfilm.org/dfsspotlight

TICKET INFO

$150-$1,500; Sponsorship starts at $5,000
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