Beaufort Welcomes 8th Annual International Film Festival
BEAUFORT, S.C., Feb. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/– The Beaufort International Film Festival returns for the 8(th) time at the University of South Carolina Beaufort’s Center for the Performing Arts from Feb. 12 to Feb. 16. The festival recognizes new and upcoming filmmakers in many genres and concludes with an awards ceremony on Feb. 16.
The Beaufort Film Society, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing quality entertainment and education through all aspects of the film industry, presents the Beaufort International Film Festival.
Tickets are now available at www.beaufortfilmfestival.com. Ticket options and prices* are as follows:
-- All events pass - $225 -- Opening Night Filmmakers Reception - $35 -- Awards Ceremony - $40 -- Unlimited Film and Workshop pass - $150 -- Screenwriter's Workshop and Table Read - $15 -- Thursday, Friday or Saturday All Day (one day) Screening Pass - $50 -- Single Film Pass - $8
*Beaufort Film Society members receive a discount from the listed price.
Tickets are also available at the Beaufort Film Society Office at 708 Carteret St., Beaufort, S.C. 29902 and at the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce Visitors’ Center at 715 Craven St., Beaufort, S.C. 29902.
For further information please visit www.beaufortfilmfestival.com or call (843)-522-3196.
About the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce
The Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce represents the city of Beaufort, the second oldest city in South Carolina. Founded by the British in 1711, the city has a rich history that dates back centuries with ties to the Revolutionary and Civil Wars. Beaufort is made up of Port Royal Island and its surrounding area within the Lowcountry. The city generates approximately two million visitors annually, and is regarded as one of the most diverse communities because of its historic character and prominent architecture. It is home to one of the largest population of Gullahs, a culture known for preserving its African linguistic and cultural heritage more than any other African-American community within the United States. The Marine Corps Recruit Depot for the Eastern Seaboard can also be found in Beaufort, in addition to the Marine Corps Air Station and Naval Hospital.
The Beaufort Visitors Center is located at 713 Craven Street in downtown Beaufort.
SOURCE Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce