Brussels International Festival of Fantasy, Thriller and Science Fiction Film - Bifff
Actors and directors, make-up and body painting contests, unusual parades and a Vampire Ball. All this and much more in Brussels from 05/04 to 17/04.
Not to mention the themed exhibitions running alongside the festival.
Every year a swarm of lovers of science-fiction, thrillers and other genres by the most visionary directors gather here for two weeks.
Spectators sit back and enjoy screenings of up to 150 films, most of which are premières.
At a time when DVDs are released before films come out in cinemas and when almost everything is available in its pirated version on the Internet, where the films we all know are often blockbusters of major cinema productions, discover BIFFF's refreshing cinema experience.
Bifff is an oasis where cinema-lovers can quench their thirst for "good-quality" films that get your adrenaline going and your heart pumping!
There's no doubt about it, when you look at last year's programme, the organisers have a keen eye.
- Let the Right one In,
- The Last House on the Left,
- Dog Soldiers,
- The Butterfly Effect,
- Dark City,
- and Dark Water were awarded prizes by Bifff.
Definitely one of the most original festivals around!
BIFFF has chosen François Schuiten, illustrator of the "Brüsel" and "Cités Obscures" (Which won the Grand Prix d'Angoulême in 2002) comic book series, to design the 2013 poster.
Don't miss the ZomBIFFF Parade!
This year, the zombies have planned a rally at the Parc Royal of Brussels for a picnic. A chance for them to sit down and reattach an eye or a tendon.
The ZomBIFF will no longer be satisfied with worn down pavements and will descend upon the streets on Saturday 6 April 2013 from 12 noon for those who want to get their face painted, before the start of the parade at 4pm with the giant Devil's float!
Visit our partners' webpages
- Jonas Mekas Exhibition: The Fluxus Wall
- Henry Van de Velde Exhibition - Passion, Function and Beauty.
- Large Mountain - Anish Kapoor exhibition
- The Lion Mound Hamlet - 1815 Historical Reenactments
- Shakespeare Bound - Exhibition