BIFF unveils 2014 official poster
Oct 30, 2014 - 5:40:21 PM
The Bahamas International Film Festival recently unveiled its 2014 promotional poster designed by artist Ryan “Duser” Stubbs. The festival is set for December 4th through 14th and will take place first in Nassau and then in Harbour Island.
“Street Art or Graffiti Art is part of global culture, publicly
displaying expressions of humanity. Similarly, through films, BIFF
entertains, provides intrigue and titillates audiences from all walks of
life. Like street art, the films at the 2014 BIFF will stop you in your
tracks and touch your soul,” says Leslie Vanderpool, Founder &
Executive Director of Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF).
"Visual art has been a long standing passion for Stubbs. His distinct style is heavily influenced and rooted in street art, illustration and graphic design. While active in the graffiti world, he attended Whittier College on an art scholarship, followed by a MA program at NYU and a Post Baccalaureate program at the San Francisco Art Institute. Upon completion at SFAI, Stubbs realized the true beauty of San Francisco. He set up a home base and studio where he continues to work. His work can be seen in many major cities through out the US, Canada, Mexico and Europe. From outdoor murals to cafes, restaurants, nightclubs, galleries and the odd museum appearance." - Brian Duser-Stubbs
The Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF) is a nonprofit organization committed to providing the local community and International festival goers with a diverse presentation of films from The Bahamas and around the world. In addition to showcasing films that might not otherwise be released theatrically, BIFF provides unique cultural experiences, educational programs, and forums for exploring the past, present & future of cinema. BIFF aims to raise the level of filmmaking, participation and education throughout The Bahamas and the world. http://www.bintlfilmfest.com/
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