Opening FLIFF on Location: Grand Bahama Island was the family feature film, “Beneath the Blue,” which was projected on a massive screen at Taino Beach.
BIFF has announced that director, screenwriter, producer, Jordan Walker Pearlman will lead a Master Class in Directing on Sunday, December 4th from 1:30 to 4:30pm.
Diane Cilento – an Oscar-nominated Australian actress who was once married to James Bond actor Sean Connery – has died in northern Australia at the age of 78.
Filmed in the Bahamas, this is the sequel to the coming of age film, ‘Eye of the Dolphin’.
Colton Harris-Moore, the legendary outlaw dubbed the “Barefoot Bandit” who was nabbed in the Bahamas, has inked a million-dollar movie deal. The money will go towards his victims.
Filmmakers across the Caribbean region can apply for scholarships to attend this September’s CaribbeanTales Worldwide Distribution Toronto Film Showcase and Market Access Program in Toronto, Canada.
Ocean Wonderland, just released on 3D Blu-ray by Universal, takes viewers on a tour of several reefs and the 4,500 different species that live in and around them.
Via Cafe and the Downtown Nassau Partnership present “Film in the Square”, a double feature of Bahamian films on Friday, June 10th, in downtown Nassau. Showtime: 8:00pm.
With his treasure chest overflowing with booty, it was only natural that Pirates of the Caribbean star Johnny Depp should splash out a few doubloons on his very own island in the Bahamas.