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The 7th Annual Myrtle Beach International Film Festival is fast approaching. Starting next Friday, April 20th and going until Saturday, April 28th the film festival showcases independent films from all over the world.
Held at Carmike Cinima's Broadway 16 at Broadway at the Beach, in 2009 the MBIFF was named one of the 25 festivals worth submission fees by "MovieMaker Magazine 2009," in their 2009 write-up, MBIFF founder Jerry Dalton said, “We are a truly independent film festival [...] We grade on a curve, so we level the playing field for small-budget projects to compete against larger budget projects.” The MBIFF has quickly become one of the best friends to the Independent Film Maker.
This will be the 7th Myrtle Beach International Film Festival -a point in time for independent film producers to submit their projects for unbiased review. We pride ourselves in hosing a truly independent film festival. We do not assess projects based on what particular clique the producer, director or actors associate with. We do not assess projects on political undertones ot lack thereof. We assess each project on its technical and artistic value, on its uniqueness, its style, and how far the project was taken with the resources which were available.
After last years successful MBIFF, they have expanded a bit by providing other entertainment, like a performance by the Myrtle Beach's own Long Bay Symphony.
Last year we were on-hand for many of the films and you can find our posts on the MBIFF here.
Below you'll find four videos that feature information on all of this years submitted films, along with their trailers and info about all the events planned for this years MBIFF.