Beaufort International Film Festival

P O Box 998 ST

Beaufort, SC 29901

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Phone: (843) 522-3196

City: Beaufort

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Beaufort International Film Festival

Please join attendees as they spotlight the newest generation of filmmakers from around the world. The festival will include special screenings, workshops, and more. The prestigious Jean Ribaut Awards will be presented to the winners of the film categories of Features, Documentaries, Animation, Shorts, and Student Films. This 13th Annual festival is presented by the Beaufort Film Society. For more information please visit www.beaufortfilmfestival.com.

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