Where can you watch silent films like The Cameraman starring Buster Keaton, classic movies like The Sting with Paul Newman and Robert Redford, and join a Frozen sing-along? That’s a tiny sampling of more than 100 films on screen at the Beloit International Film Festival in Beloit, Wisconsin, now through Sunday, March 4.
The festival celebrates film in all genres and attracts filmmakers from the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Latin America. Film categories include narrative, documentary, shorts, and works by Wisconsin and Illinois indies.
Browse the entire list of films for the 2018 festival in this alphabetical index.
The films are shown in multiple locations throughout Beloit.
In addition to the films, enjoy live music every night in downtown Beloit and participate in an actor or filmmaker workshop. Workshops are free but first-come, first-served.
Buy film tickets online or at the box office in person, or by calling the box office at (608) 466-9693. The box office is off-campus at the Beloit College Gallery ABBA, 439 Grand Avenue in downtown Beloit.
See the Beloit International Film Festival’s website for more information. Beloit is 77 miles southwest of Milwaukee and 96 miles northwest of Chicago.