The team behind BBFF2012 is proud to announce that Pig House Flicks, Byron Bay’s funky little Art-House cinema has come on board as a 2012 Byron Bay International Film Festival Venue Partner supplementing the regular festival screenings planned in and around Byron Bay during the festival in March 2012.
BBFF Festival Director J’aimee Skippon-Volke & Screenzone Managing Director Michael Weatherhead. Photo by Jensta The inaugural Byron International Documentary Prize, a no-strings cash grant of $5000, has been announced by the Byron Bay International Film Festival (BBFF) and ScreenZone, a new venture created locally which brings together documentary makers and online retailing. ScreenZone will be launched [...]
[issuu layout=http%3A%2F%2Fskin.issuu.com%2Fv%2Fdark%2Flayout.xml showflipbtn=true documentid=110223004418-47f25669d51b4ce29efb13d70794ccb6 docname=bbff2011-programme username=EchoPublications loadinginfotext=Byron%20Bay%20International%20Film%20Festival%202011%20Programme showhtmllink=true tag=short%20films width=590 height=405 unit=px] If you’re curious about what happened last March at BBFF2011 take a browse through the full festival programme above. There are photos from the festival too over at our Facebook page – just click through with the link to the right.
A man grows hair and a woman collects it. A short film directed by David Birdsell which took away BBFF2007′s Best Experimental Film award. Hairlady began as a time-lapse photography experiment. First the subject’s head and face were shaved. As hair growth proceeded, two identical digital photos were shot per day (approximately 12 hours apart) [...]
Best Byron Bay Filmmakers – The Lundmark Brothers, creators of the film Skate Australia. It’s a wrap! The 5th Byron Bay International Film Festival has come to a close. Thanks to all the filmmakers, judges, delegates and audience members that made this year the biggest BBFF yet. We are all looking forward to BBFF2012 next [...]
Country of Origin: Russia. Language: Russian with English subtitles Youth in 50s communist Russia are fighting for the right to be different from others, to listen to music of their choice, dress differently, dance, love and, most importantly, have freedom to be themselves.
Although BBFF screens strong until Sunday the 13th we hold our final party on Saturday the 12th. This Gala event is preceded by our Young Australian Filmmaker session at 4:20pm where all tickets are just $6.50. This group of eight short films brings the cream of new Australian talent to the screen. Travelling from all [...]
Light and sound – those are the heart of the movie. Recorded on celluloid or digital media it can travel the globe at the speed of the national broadband network. But it wasn’t always that way. The early days of film often had live pianists or organists accompanying. Later, enhanced sound systems enhanced the visuals. [...]