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A fun filled 5 days of meeting filmmakers, media, sponsors and most of all YOU-The Movie Going Public. The 22nd Annual Palm Beach International Film Festival has truly captured a little bit of everything; from a commercial theater to a University theater surrounded by students; from Musicians to Fashion Icons; Filmmakers to Media; with all genres of film: Comedy to Drama; Romance to Adventure; New filmmakers to seasoned professionals …we’ve had just about everyone come thru to our films ...
As Palm Beach County’s oldest and most culturally significant film festival, each year the PBJFF boasts a memorable selection of films submitted from across the world. Films shown at the festival will make viewers in attendance laugh, learn, and remember, all while offering a …
Palm Beach Film Festival invites you to participate submitting your film. Selected films will be notified via email by August 16, 2021. CATEGORIES: Featured Film: Minimum 70 Minutes Long. Documentary: Maximum 2 Hours Long. Short Film: Maximum 20 Minutes Long
PBIFF is unlike any other film festival in America. We are renowned for showing filmmakers a good time with our parties and special events. 120 films were screened in 2015, of which 50 were foreign, representing 24 countries. Nearly 80 features were presented, including 30 World, International, North American, and US Premieres.
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Palm Beach International Film Festival. PBIFF was founded in 1996 by Commissioner Burt Aaronson and local philanthropist George Elmore with the vision that a film festival would offer an exciting cultural venue for the community and be a tremendous fundraiser for educational film and television programs throughout Palm Beach County schools.
Proceeds from the festival are given to the Palm Beach County schools' film and television programs to provide new technologies for optimal learning in the forms of grants and scholarships. In addition to the funds for youth in the community, bringing the art of filmmaking to Palm Beach County is another goal.
Swede fest™ palm beach 6 is currently sponsored by the Palm Beach Film Society and Alchemy Communications in cultural partnership with the Palm Beach County Film and Television Commission. ### Media Contact: Elizabeth Dashiell firstname.lastname@example.org 561-543-8276
Australia. Language. English. Box office. $3.2 million. Palm Beach is a 2019 Australian comedy drama film directed by Rachel Ward and starring Sam Neill and Bryan Brown, the latter of whom also co-produces the film.