Brings the Stars to North Beach
The North Beach American Film Festival (NBAFF) returns to North Beach, Maryland from June 22 to 24, 2018. This year, the festival features over 20 independently-produced films that include notable faces and voices, such as NBA star turned actor, Rick Fox (The Game); lauded songstress, Stacy Lattisaw (Nothing to Do); and, the voices of international stars, Gerard Depardieu and Helena Bonham Carter (Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero). Not to be outdone, local filmmakers like Huntingtown High School student, Grady Armacost, will debut his first short film (The Cube) and many more Emmy and award-winning filmmakers fill out the weekend-long schedule of films being offered at this years’ event.
The NBAFF is a destination film festival presented by the Town of North Beach in partnership with local filmmakers, Anthony Greene’s Surge Collective Group. The festival is comprised of eight screenings (including two special waterfront screenings on Friday and Saturday evening), an opening night Pier Party and an awards brunch to celebrate the best among the films presented.
Contact: Dawn Richardson
Town of North Beach Phone: 301.855.6681 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets for All Access VIP Passes are $60 and sold online at NBAFF.org and at North Beach Town Hall. Day passes ($30 for Saturday/$20 for Sunday) are available online at NBAFF.org and individual screening tickets ($8-18) are available online at NBAFF.org and at the door. Saturday morning’s screening of Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero is co-sponsored by Vetflix.org and is free to children 10 and under. Admission for the Saturday morning screening is also free for military personnel and veterans.
The festival is sponsored by the North Beach Business Loop, Bay Wine and Spirits, Prince Frederick Graphics, Reel Independent Film Extravaganza, Remax: Bonnie Augostino and Vetflix.org.