With some tickets as low as $7 you can tailor your BBFF holiday experience to fit your budget needs. Our Accommodation Partner Nomads Byron Bay is a haven for flashpackers and backpackers. Located in the heart of town and one block from the beach. They offer dorms and deluxe private rooms.
Best Film – Inuk (France/Greenland) Best Dramatic Feature – Face to Face (Australia) Best Short Film – Tethered (Australia) Best Byron Film – On Borrowed Time (Australia) Best Young Australian Filmmaker – Chris Haysom – Better on the Inside Best Animation – The Missing Key (Australia) Best Surf Film – Come Hell or High Water [...]
From reknown Chinese Director Chen Kaige (My Beautiful Concubine, Yellow Earth) comes Sacrifice BBFF’s penultimate film on Sunday 11th at 4pm. For generations the Zhao family has wielded power, until their mortal enemy TU’AN GU (Wang Xue Qi) slaughters the entire clan, determined to wipe out their influence forever. But one Zhao baby survives hidden by CHENG YING [...]
ABC North Coast Radio 94.5 FM- Outside Broadcast FRIDAY 9th from 9am-11am Interviewees- Don’t miss this fabulous opportunity to hear them in person! Paul Cox & David Bradbury – On Borrowed Time, and The Dinner Party Richard Mordaunt – The Secret of the Assassins Teresa Tico from Miss South Pacific Marie-Rose Phan-Le and Jennifer Outland [...]
With Sunday 11th March marking the final day of film festivities, be sure to join us as we wind down 2012 BBFF and get ready to roll up the red carpet with the Closing Red Carpet Gala Party on Saturday 10th. A handful of our top awards will be handed out, including the big one [...]
Thursday 8th March- 8.45am on 94.5 FM Local Director Graham Cooney will be going to air on the ABC talking about his latest documentary- Man Of The Trees. This film documents the final years of a much loved and highly respected member of the local communities life, Bruce Chick. Reknowned throughout the country for his [...]
Wednesday 7th March- 10.20 am Over ten years in Afghanistan, THE BOY MIR tracks cheeky, enthusiastic Mir from a childish eight to a fully grown eighteen-year-old. This is a journey into early adulthood in one of the toughest places on earth and a journey that mirrors the vitally important story of Afghanistan. This feature documentary [...]