Wisconsin's Film Festivals
Last Updated: 12/30/2013
Wisconsin is no stranger to the glow of Hollywood. Segments of “Public Enemies” and “Transformers 3” were recently shot in Wisconsin and the state is home to many film festivals throughout the year that feature some of the top local and independent films.
The Beloit International Film Festival (BIFF) takes place February 17-20. A dozen venues around Beloit will host 120 films, 30 premiers, social events, late night parties and more, all of which provide opportunities to chat with more than 80 independent filmmakers.
But this isn’t just a weekend for adults. Bring the kids to the Beloit Public Library for “Kids at BIFF” where there will be fun movie-themed activities and workshops, and of course, movies to watch!
The first annual Green Bay Film Festival takes place a week later, February 25-27, and feature premiers, special screenings and panel discussions with filmmakers. Kids activities are also a part of the weekend’s fun with workshops and special screenings.
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