December 02, 2010
By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff Reporter
FILM lovers can indulge in a celebration of cinema from around the world this weekend as the Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF) plays a packed line-up of movies at the JFK Galleria Cinemas.
The screening of 66 documentaries, features and short films about everything from environmental dangers to the complexities of love began yesterday with 18 movies played at the Galleria Cinema and an exclusive screening of the British comedy "Tamara Drewe" shown as the opening night film at the Atlantis Theatre on Paradise Island last night.
Filmmakers have come to Nassau from as far away as Ethiopia to share their fil ...
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News date : 12/02/2010 Category : Tribune Stories