Thanksgiving eve, Wed. Nov. 22, is always a big night for BIFF Year ‘Round, and this year there is a great double feature that will take you from the marvelous Leslie Caron to the Bakken oilfields of North Dakota…typical spread for a BIFF evening.
Leslie Caron: The Reluctant Star – Leslie Caron, the beloved star of classic American cinema, is one of the last witnesses to a golden age of the 20th century. She is a rare triple threat of talent in the worlds of film, dance, and theatre. (USA, 53m, PG13)
Oiltowns: Oiltowns traces boom and bust cycles in and around the Bakken formation in western North Dakota. Interviews with oil workers, longtime residents, ranchers and the homeless focus on changes that have animated the small towns. (USA, 41m, PG)
BIFF Year Round takes place on Wednesday evening, 6:30pm at the Hendricks Center for the Arts.
Tickets are available at the door . $5.00 for adults, $2.00 for students. Film Society of Beloit members are FREE