BBFF is giving Byron a taste of what’s to come when our free, beachside screening returns on Monday, February 25. Beneath the full moon, the community will gather on the grass above main beach to witness some of the many fantastic films the festival has to offer.
The Byron Bay International Film Festival is proud to announce that Australia’s leading software distributor StormFX has come on board to support the 2012 festival. Australian content creators in Post Production, Visual Effetcts, Games, Design and the Education sectors have been using the services of StormFX for over 20years. Storm FX provide the Australian film and new [...]
The full online programme is live and our free 48 page programme is out in this week’s issue of the Echo with full details of all the films and events happening at BBFF2012. BBFF 2012 features a staggering 200+ films from 39 countries including 132 World, Australian and NSW Premieres as well as 45 films [...]
How Hawaiian Surf Culture conquered the World. Master surf filmmaker Jack McCoy ventures into a new realm with his latest feature. This is not a surf movie, it is a film about surfing’s deepest roots; in the subconscious; in ancient lore; in the craft of surfboard building; in man’s perpetual quest for a joyful relationship [...]
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 [...]
Byron Bay International Film Festival have announced that they will reopen entries to local filmmakers from the Northern Rivers Area for one week only from Tuesday January 18th to Monday the 23rd to celebrate BBFF’s recent accreditation with the Inside Film Awards.
The Byron Bay Film Festival Director J’aimee Skippon-Volke has revealed the Major Media Partner for 2011. An important partnership that will facilitate not only maximum media exposure in and around the Byron Shire but also be the conduit to the patrons of the upcoming film festival.
The Byron Bay Film Festival team has announced an exciting partnership that would bring a select Byron Bay Film Festival series of sessions to be held at the Malfunction Surf Festival. The annual surf festival will be held in 2011 in Kingscliff 23-27 March.