BIFF is a highly anticipated landmark on the Bahamas calendar and fast becoming the best festival experience for the industry and festival goers to attend. The Bahamas International Film Festival was launched with its mission as a non-profit organization dedicated to create a cine-literate arts community, bridging cultures and gaining knowledge.
The festival showcases and premieres works by celebrated filmmakers from around the world as well as works from emerging artists. BIFF is an excellent opportunity to present your work to the press and network with other filmmakers, buyers and industry representatives. It also provides a unique cultural experience and set of educational programs and forums for exploring the past, present and future of cinema.
Documents and Other Requisite Items
Delivery cost for the viewing tape will be borne by the applicants.
The festival accepts limited responsibility for technical damage to prints or tapes and for loss or theft for the period of time that the prints are in the festival’s possession, up to a maximum of $100.
Delivery cost of the exhibition print will be borne by the applicant. BIFF will cover return or forwarding cost of the exhibition print but not any additional charges, which may be incurred at the consignee’s end.
Programmed works may be excerpted (up to 2 minutes) for television and other promotional purposes.
Subtitles language: English
Regional premiere required.
Jury and Organizers
Leslie Vanderpool (FOUNDER & EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR).
P.O. Box CB 11421
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