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“After more than a year of staring at screens from home, SBIFF is chomping at the bit to welcome everyone back to Santa Barbara for collective experiences and engaging face to face interactions about cinema!” says Roger Durling, SBIFF’s Executive Director.
The Santa Barbara International Film Festival interviewed actors who gave a standout performance in the last year and celebrated writers and producers.
The Santa Barbara International Film Festival is thrilled to announce this year’s recipients of the Outstanding Directors of the Year Award.
Carey Mulligan is set to receive the Cinema Vanguard Award at the 36th annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
The Santa Barbara International Film Festival will offer a virtual platform as well as free community drive-in theatres.
Academy Award-nominated actor and American film legend Bill Murray is set to receive the prestigious Maltin Modern Master Award at the 36th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
Watch Director Leah Bleich's film about the bees of Santa Barbara, and the people that love them. By delving into the eccentric world of backyard beekeeping, this short documentary provides an angle on the small but powerful ways that everyday people can help the planet.
Then join us and Programmer Audrey Arn at next week's Film Talk to discuss the film and the bees with Bleich on Thursday, August 13 at 6:00pm.
Learn more, watch the film, and sign up at sbiff.org/FilmTalk.
Join Senior Programmer Mickey Duzdevich at SBIFF's third installment of Film Talk featuring director Michael Love and his film "State Street Serenade", and musician Bruce Goldish on Thursday, August 6 at 6:00pm. Playing in an echoing city parking lot for over a decade, a guitarist casts a musical spell over downtown Santa Barbara. Visit sbiff.org/filmtalk to learn more, watch the film, and sign up for the Q&A.
The Santa Barbara International Film Festival announced the launch of SBIFF Film Talk, a new online series of screenings and discussions between SBIFF’s programmers and filmmakers.