This film is 50 years old this year and was shown at the Widescreen Weekend as part of the Bradford Film Festival during March.
What does BFF stand for?
BFF stands for Bradford Film Festival (UK)
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Wild Child is at Bradford City Hall on March 24 and the film, The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser, directed by Werner Herzog, was screened at the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television last night as part of the Bradford Film Festival.
One of our short films - Dream A Dream - has been selected for the Bradford Film Festival, in March.
Now the movie is to be shown at the Bradford Film Festival this month as part of a season devoted to unfinished films.
Baise-Moi was given its UK premiere at the Bradford Film Festival last March, before a heated discussion on censorship and pornography.
Katy has been a student at Oscars for five years and has appeared in numerous productions, including The Land Of No Colour at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, The Sound of Music at Huddersfield's Lawrence Batley Theatre and this year was in a short film at the Bradford Film Festival.
A Bradford Film Festival spokesperson said: ''This is going to be the UK premiere so we are expecting many stars of the film to be at the screening.
Fri 3 Don't miss the Bradford Film Festival 2000, which will be running at the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television from today till 18 March.