How could you not want to know more about a film festival where the acronym of it is Biff?!
We’ve just been sent the full line-up of movies that will be played at the third annual British Independent Film Festival which this year takes place 11th and 12th May. The festival is a great place to showcase new British talent and this year, the organisers (The Film Festival Guild) have arranged a fabulous line-up which includes three world premieres, which include Airborne (starring Mark Hamill), Jump which stars Glen Blackhall and Bashment which stars Ludvig Bonin.
We actually got to attend a couple of set visits for Airborne, both of which you can see here and here.
The event is set to take place around the UK with the fill location list below. Check it out and if you need more info, visit the official Festival website at www. »
- David Sztypuljak
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