Entertainment

Free-B Film Festival returns in August

Victorians can enjoy a series of free B- and cult films this summer at the Free-B Film Festival.

The annual festival debuts on the Legislature Lawns on Aug. 1 with a screening of Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure, and runs every Friday and Saturday in Beacon Hill Park until Aug. 23. The finale this year will be Death Goes North, a 1939 mystery filmed in Saanich, which will show at Broadmead Village.

All films are rated G or PG, and will be shown on a 20-foot-wide inflatable screen. Screenings start at 9 p.m. Full schedule available at FreeBFilmFest.com

 

 

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