We invited the graphics arts student at Beloit Memorial High School to try their hand at coming up with a poster for the upcoming 2018 Film Festival. Well, look at what they've produced for us! Nicely done!
Mothers and daughters attending BIFF together. It has become a tradition for a growing number of mothers and daughter's for quality time together according to Festival staff and attendees.
Greg Gerard, Director of Programming unveiled his HOT LIST at our reveal party tonight. Looking for suggestions for what to see during BIFF 2018, here is his list broken out by category.
Ryan Churchill will return to his hometown of Beloit in February as BIFF2018 Honorary Chair. The actor, director and producer will be on hand to welcome filmmakers and audiences and participate in a number of programs during the ten-day festival.
The Beloit International Film Festival will celebrate the art of filmmaking and help inspire a new generation of artists this year with the establishment of the post of BIFF Artist-in-Residence.
This year, BIFF CARES, sponsored by the Beloit Health System, will present films that will examine current issues relating to families in this community that look at ADHD diagnoses in children and the concerns surrounding the lives and the care of our veterans.
Since BIFF’s inception, KIDS@BIFF has brought thousands of elementary school-aged children to share their ideas about films and to learn how to look at media critically.
BIFF will be revealed in print at 5 p.m. on Feb.7. at the Beloit Hampton Inn at 2700 Cranston Rd. Each evening all BIFF long, the Janesville law firm of Nowlan & Mouat LLP Presents Beloit After Dark—the BAD celebration of musical talent.
This year, BIFF is again joining forces with The Beloit Memorial High School Jazz Orchestra at 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 3, for the screening of the historic comedy blockbuster The Cameraman, featuring Buster Keaton.