Beloit International Film Festival

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The Beloit International Film Festival is an annual film festival in Beloit, Wisconsin, usually held in mid February. The first edition of the festival took place in 2006. Since its conception the festival has grown in popularity and has been accredited by many major publications.[1]

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  • "The Beloit International Film Festival in Beloit, Wis., has a loftier goal - to return to the spirit of film festivals’ golden era, when guests talked film all night with directors and writers who were on hand and available for questions." - The New York Times, Dec. 15th, 2006
  • "A must-attend event," - MovieMaker Magazine
  • "Beloit... a must attend event on the film circuit" - Jennifer Wood
  • "All the makings of a fly-in destination for film fans..." - Bruce Wood writer/director
  • "BIFF is great on every level," - L. A. actor and award-winning film maker Mark Bernier
  • "An international event... the next big thing" - Newsmaker Magazine

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