The closing movie event of BIFF 2012 will be held at the Eclipse Center, featuring one of the greatest classics of American Film.
North by Northwest: Many consider it (at least from a plot standpoint) to be Hitchcock’s most accomplished effort. The screenplay, written by Ernest Lehman, keeps the viewer guessing but also provides answers in a timely fashion. Read more
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Rub shoulders with filmmakers and aficionados from around the world at the BIFF Launch event. It’s the perfect way to kick off the festival. Help to congratulate our award winners as BIFF 2012 Filmmaker Award recipients will be announced.
*Shuttle service is available.
** Semi-formal dress
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Before heading off to college, Noah and Dennis attend an end-of-summer bash in a cabin in the middle of the woods. This turns out to be a prime target for a serial killer who preys on the teens in brutal fashion.
The Drama Queen Breaking up is hard to do… expecially when your girlfriend is the ultimate drama queen.
A man attempts to break up with his girlfriend, whose flair for the overly dramatic starts to have strange and sweeping repercussions in our world. He seems nonplussed by this turn of events, though chagrined. From there, things play out pretty much as you’d expect, except for the bit at the end about the pot farm. A Those Aren’t Muskets! sketch!