The FLIFF Honors a Young Local with the 2012
The Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, founded in 1986, dedicated to foreign and independent film, FLIFF annually showcases over 200 films from over 35 countries. A recipient of The Guiness World Record for the Longest film festival in the world, FLIFF prides itself as being the friendly non-pretentious fest where access to filmmakers is basically unfiltered.
The Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival and Cinema Paradiso are just two of the programs presented by The Broward County Film Society. For a complete (and ever increasing) list click here.
A Vacation From Ordinary Film.
Description: Bailee Madison is awarded the FLIFF 2012 Star on the Horizon Award.
Description: Bailee Madison talks about life with her family in the midst of her award and budding career as a film actress.
Description: Stefan Ruzowitzky talks about his film.
Kristina Rose is a triple threat actress-choreographer -producer fo the film "How Do You Write a Joe Schermann Song" one of the films showcased at the FLIFF 2012.
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