From Bradford UNESCO City of Film, we write about photography, film and television, and daily life in a national museum.
Tom recalls the moment he fell in love with film, and the year BIFF had a better line up of British and international film stars than any other festival.
Bradford International Film Festival Co-Director Neil Young reports from Cannes 2013, fresh from Critics’ Week Jury duty and flying the flag for Bradford (City of Film).
We’ve been asking staff to recall their fondest memories and share their favourite objects. Mandy reminds us why this is such a great place to work.
The European Features award is given to an outstanding fictional feature film currently without UK distribution, and the Shine Short Film Competition honours the best short film by an emerging director.
As we plunged into the moral wasteland that was early-1980s USSR, BIFF Co-Director Neil Young held his breath and awaited the response. Did his gamble pay off?
Tom Vincent considers the death of film as a distribution format, and why it’s more important than ever to keep film history alive.
Follow this blog post for up to the minute announcements from Bradford International Film Festival HQ. We’ll be bringing you guest updates, competitions, programme additions, and letting you know if there are any last minute changes to the schedule.
Invited guests at any film festival should be a big part of the experience. Some of the greatest memories are made that way. Allow Tom to introduce you to our festival guests and what you might expect from them.
Tickets are on sale now for Adam Buxton’s BUG Live, Aidan Goatley’s Ten Films with my Dad, and The Dodge Brothers with Neil Brand accompanying silent film The Ghost that Never Returns.
Submissions for the 19th edition of the Bradford International Film Festival are now closed! Thank you to all of you brilliant film makers who have taken the time to submit … Continue reading
It appears that 2013 is finally upon us despite the best efforts of the Mayans. With the Olympics a mere distant memory, we should probably think about getting on with … Continue reading