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The 20th Bradford International Film Festival (BIFF) is on from March 27 to April 6, with premieres, stars and master classes.
Insider Knowledge is at Bradford 1 Gallery on Friday, April 19 and runs as part of the 19th Bradford International Film Festival.
London, March 21 (ANI): Actor John Hurt has been honored with lifetime achievement award at the Bradford International Film Festival (BIFF).
MARC Price''s feature length film Magpie will be screened at the Bradford International Film Festival on April 18 and 20.
The short list, which includes 14 entries, was chosen by Tony Earnshaw, Creative Director of the Bradford International Film Festival, and Paul Navarro, who lectures on film at the University of Huddersfield and previously was a member of the British Board of Film Classification.
STARS at this year's Bradford International Film Festival include the Oscar-nominated actress Imelda Staunton and legendary British actor John Hurt.
Slum dog Millionaire screen wri ter, Simon Beaufoy, spoke about his shock at winning an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay when he visited the Bradford International Film Festival.
Now the world-renowned actor's centenary will be celebrated with a profile of his career at the Bradford International Film Festival this month.
This classic film is a musical of comedy, romance, love, loss and regret showing as part of the Bradford International Film Festival. Michael Fassbender takes on the role of Bobby Sands in the next film Hunger on Wednesday 22 April, the leader of a hunger strike in Belfast's Maze Prison in 1981.
In March, the theatre's film slot will be handed over to the Bradford International Film Festival, which will host a selection from the centenary retrospective of James Mason, the Huddersfield-born actor who achieved international fame and who is celebrated by a bust in the theatre foyer.
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