LBIFF15 | Press Release, Post Event

LBIFF15 | Press Release, Post Event

The Long Beach International Film Festival (LBIFF) celebrated its 4th Anniversary this past weekend, bringing a fresh line-up of exciting films from around the world including international stars in Film, TV and Music. Taking place September 24-27th primarily in Rockville Centre and the City of Long Beach. LBIFF screened over 80 Films in 4 Days on 4 Screens in 3 Venues.

US Rep. Kathleen Rice to Speak at Long Beach Intl Film Festival for Screening of The Burden

US Rep. Kathleen Rice to Speak at Long Beach Intl Film Festival for Screening of The Burden

(Rockville Centre, NY) This Friday September 25, the Long Beach International Film Festival will display The Burden - an unforgettable and action-packed documentary about the security risk of climate change - at Long Beach Cinema 4, 179 East Park Avenue Long Beach, NY beginning at 6pm with opening remarks by US Representative Kathleen Rice.

2015 Long Beach International Film Festival Jury Announced

2015 Long Beach International Film Festival Jury Announced

Jurors Include Award-Winning Filmmakers, Producers, Screenwriters, and Directors, a diverse and talented group of six individuals including award-winning filmmakers and screenwriters, directors, publicists, distributors, talent agents, and media pioneers.

World Premiere Screening of Talib Kweli Concert Film "Prisoner of Conscious"

World Premiere Screening of Talib Kweli Concert Film "Prisoner of Conscious"

One of this years can’t-miss exclusive film and music events will take placeSaturday, September 26th as world-renowned hip-hop artist and political activist Talib Kweli will be on hand for the world premiere screening and Q&A for his film "Talib Kweli: Prisoner of Conscious, Live from Brooklyn" in The Madison Theatre at Molloy College at 10pm during the 2015 Long Beach Intl Film Festival. 

4 Must See Films at Long Beach International Film Festival

4 Must See Films at Long Beach International Film Festival

The Long Beach International Film Festival (LBIFF) rears its head again as a South Shore staple Sept. 24-27. The annual festival allows Long Islanders to be a part of the major film scene without having to trek into Manhattan.