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Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival

Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival
Location Brussels, Belgium
Language International
Website .net.bifffwww

The Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival (BIFFF), previously named Brussels International Festival of Fantastic Film (French: Festival international du film fantastique de Bruxelles, Dutch: Internationaal Festival van de Fantastische Film van Brussel) was created in 1983 as a venue for horror, thriller and science fiction films. It takes place in Brussels, every year in March. Initially organized by Annie Bozzo, Gigi Etienne, Freddy Bozzo, Georges Delmote and Guy Delmote, it now has prizes in both feature length and short films, and also hosts an international body-painting competition.

Winners of the grand prize, the Golden Raven statuette, include Army of Darkness, Radioactive Dreams, and Dog Soldiers.[1]

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  • See also 1
    • Other genre film festivals 1.1
  • References 2
  • External links 3

See also

Other genre film festivals

References

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