With 12 packages available, you won't want to miss this opportunity to get your tickets for the Beaufort International Film Festival and reserve a stay at The Beaufort Inn!
The Beaufort Inn is within walking/biking distance to the opening reception (Tabby Place), screening location (USC Beaufort Center for the Arts), and many great shops and restaurants!
Included in this package is not only the opportunity to experience the Beaufort International Film Festival, but also to experience Beaufort, with a Museum Tour Voucher to visit Santa Elena, the Beaufort History Museum, and the Verdier House!
Highlighting Beaufort's authentic history, this year's Film Festival is truly one of a kind!
View a Sundance Film Festival Award Winning Film in the environment where its story was inspired. "Daughters of the Dust" is the story of three generations of Gullah women in the Peazant family on St. Helena Island in 1902 as they prepare to migrate to the North. This 1991 independent film was written, directed and produced by Julie Dash and it is the first feature film directed by an African-American woman distributed theatrically in the United States.
"Daughters of the Dust" became a part of the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress in 2004 and received the Excellence in Cinematography Award of the 15th Cascade Festival of African Films in Portland, Oregon in 2005.
In addition to having the opportunity to meet Julie Dash, there will be many films to view and events happening throughout the weekend.
Stay tuned for the full schedule online at the Beaufort International Film Festival Schedule of Events.