BIFF Comes to the Angel Museum

February 18th and 19th, 2011

Hospitality 5:30 PM
Entertainment featuring David Khai on guitar
Dinner 6:30 PM Movie 7:30 PM

To access films shown at the Angel Museum

  • Friday 7:30 Crossing Borders. To see trailers Click here
  • Saturday 7:30 World’s Largest.  To see trailer Click here

Event Hosts Glenn and Mary ParryThis culinary Journey will be specially prepared by Glenn & Mary Parry Enjoy an amazing Italian dinner among over 12,000 angels from around the world.

Investment is $45.00 per person

– $40 for just dinner – $8 for just movie


The evening will include:

Italian Vino
Pinot Gregio and Chianti
Lista Delle Vivande (menu)
Caesar salad, bread and Roasted Garlic Bulbs in Dipping Oil,
Entrata (entree’s)
Baked Spaghetti with Meat Balls, Baked Mostaccioli with Italian Sausage Baked Cheese Stuffed Shells, Fresh Parmesan Cheese
Dolce (dessert)
Cannoli, Titamisu, Coffee and tea.


Seating is limited and Reservations are requested by calling 608-362-9099

6th Annual BIFF

BIFF 2011 Program Book CoverThe Beloit International Film Festival offers entertainment and educational opportunities. More than that, it offers relief to the underprivileged and unrepresented in our community using films as a vehicle for cultural awareness and the opportunity to become more informed of events, politics, and general social conditions of countries outside of the United States.

The festival offers programming and venues selected as a means of enhancing the community image and improving the quality of life. Paramount in our efforts is our objective to create an environment for economic growth through events to attract visitors and to support an increase in local retail business. To reach these goals, Stateline Festivals must ensure its financial stability by offering quality events with community support; plan events that accurately represent the diversity of cultures and interests in our surrounding community; and commit to an open invitation to all segments of the community for involvement, participation and partnership.

Visitors to our Festival and community can look forward to the genuine character of the Beloit community: unique people and cultural attractions; distinct architectural locations for film showings; and the perfect match in atmosphere and amenities of venues with the films to be shown there.

Stateline Festivals, Inc. is a community builder in attracting 16 corporate sponsors, over 250 volunteers, and municipal and non-profit partners. Together, we celebrate the success of the Festival, and send out a powerful message of community teamwork in action.