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Drive-In Movie Moves To City Hall Car Park

Drive-In Movie Moves To City Hall Car Park

The City of Hamilton advises that the Fresh Air Films Drive-In Movie night, scheduled for the night of Saturday April 20, 2019 has been moved from Bull’s Head to City Hall Car Park due to the forecasted high winds.Senior Events & Marketing Coordinator for the City, Allison Tucker, said of the change, “The LED screen that we are using cannot... Read more of this article

City’s First Drive-In Movie Night On April 20th

City’s First Drive-In Movie Night On April 20th

The City of Hamilton will host the City’s first drive-in movie night on Easter Saturday, April 20th on the top floor of the Bull’s Head Car Park. Entry is free to the public. The newly branded Fresh Air Films series will bring a double-header of popular and current blockbusters to the big screen for the public to enjoy. Allison Tucker, Senior Events... Read more of this article

Johnson Wins Best Supporting Actress In L.A.

Johnson Wins Best Supporting Actress In L.A.

Molly Johnson has won Best Supporting Actress for her performance in The Fall Leaves, an independently-produced film competing in the L.A. Indie Short Fest. The entry was also chosen as Best Short Film, and Ms. Johnson also received Best Acting Duo along with fellow cast member, Auvray Andreas. L.A. Indie Short Fest is organized by the Los Angeles Film... Read more of this article

April 3: BIFF To Screen Documentary ‘Mr. Soul!’

April 3: BIFF To Screen Documentary ‘Mr. Soul!’

The Bermuda International Film Festival [BIFF] is set to screen a documentary about a pioneering black television producer who ushered giants and rising stars of black American culture onto the national television stage in the United States. Mr. Soul! – Ellis Haizlip and the Birth of Black Power TV, screening as part of the festival’s BIFFlix... Read more of this article

Get Kids From Behind Screens And Into Nature

Get Kids From Behind Screens And Into Nature

A film designed to get children and teenagers out from behind their screens and into nature will be screened this week in Bermuda – and the director will be on hand to introduce it and to answer questions. “Project Wild Thing” is a film about the disconnection between children and nature. It was a topic that had become deeply disturbing to award-winning... Read more of this article

BUEI To Screen ‘Project Wild Thing’ On March 28

BUEI To Screen ‘Project Wild Thing’ On March 28

The Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute [BUEI] and Bermuda National Trust [BNT] will present a screening of “Project Wild Thing” on Thursday, March 28 at 7.30pm. The event poster says, “David Bond Is an award-winning director, producer and writer of documentary, commercial and short film projects, exploring social and political themes. David’s... Read more of this article

US Consulate To Screen ‘Balancing The Scales’

US Consulate To Screen ‘Balancing The Scales’

The U.S. Consulate and the Bermuda National Library will premiere Balancing the Scales to celebrate Women’s History Month on Tuesday, March 26 at 6:00 p.m. at the National Library. The feature documentary created by lawyer and filmmaker Sharon Rowen, explores the history of women lawyers in the U.S. and cultural issues that they continue to face. A... Read more of this article

BIFF Announces Jury For Shorts Competition

BIFF Announces Jury For Shorts Competition

The Bermuda International Film Festival [BIFF] has announced the jury members who will adjudicate the festival’s prestigious Bermuda Shorts Competition. Director Mike Newell, whose credits include Four Weddings and a Funeral and Harry Potter and the Goblets of Fire, will chair the jury. He will be joined by filmmaker Amanda Renee Knox, whose film... Read more of this article

Video: Episode #6 Of ‘Adventures Of Raz’

Video: Episode #6 Of ‘Adventures Of Raz’

The sixth episode of the Bermudian animated series “The Adventures of Raz” has been released, which sees the characters — which are voiced by Bermudian actors — dealing with a dangerous situation as rock from space has fallen onto Loquat Island.The episode’s description said, “There is danger on the horizon! With a Crystal... Read more of this article

Students Attend ‘Books To Film Programme’

Students Attend ‘Books To Film Programme’

The Bermuda International Film Festival “Books to Film Programme” had a full house, hosting students from Francis Patton School, Somersfield, Warwick Academy, Bermuda Institute and Victor Scott. Two Bermudian authors, Tashel Bean and Zoe Dyson, were introduced to a delighted, attentive audience of over 350 children, who were also introduced... Read more of this article

Bermuda Short Films Competition Continues

Bermuda Short Films Competition Continues

The prestigious Bermuda Shorts Competition continues over lunch-time at the Speciality Cinema II from 12.15-1:45 pm through Friday March 15th. Documentary shorts screen Saturday and a Family Short Film selection is featured on Sunday. Ticket are available on Biff.ptix.bm and at the Ptix person at the door. The Shorts Sets are $10 [plus ptix fee] so... Read more of this article

BIFF ‘Talks With Film Professionals’ Panelists

BIFF ‘Talks With Film Professionals’ Panelists

The Bermuda International Film Festival [BIFF] announces that it will hold four panel discussions about the film business as part of its annual ‘Talks with Film Professionals’ series. The panels will take place daily from Tuesday March 12 through Friday March 15 in the City Hall lobby lounge, Hamilton, beginning at 530pm. Film screenings will begin... Read more of this article

Student Video Competition For Hospitality Month

Student Video Competition For Hospitality Month

April is Hospitality Month and this year the Bermuda Tourism Authority is focused on incorporating the National Tourism Plan into the month’s programming, particularly as it relates to school children. “The ‘local involvement’ pillar of the plan is the most closely aligned to the island’s education system because it speaks... Read more of this article