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BUTFF AUDIENCE BUTs-UP AWARD 2020 FRIED BARRY Just came in the post thanks so much! BUT Film Festival Netherlands.

Buy A Car and Come Visit the BUTFF Drive-In!

If you are looking for a good argument to buy a car, you have found it with this NOW! Because BUTFF presents the BUT Drive-In this year! Enjoying BUT movies (safely) and without having to hold back your screams of terror, because the sound comes from out of your car radio, so just turn it up loud!

Nominees BUTFF Audience BUTs-Up Award 2020!

This year we will host a audience award for best film, the BUTs-Up award 2020! Our audience can vote by scanning a QR code. A passe-partout will be raffled among the voters for BUTFF 2021, so don't forget to vote!

All online activities during BUTFF 2020!

For those at home during BUT Film Festival 2020 we have this year a (free!) online streaming program with films + introductions, a lecture and the European Underground Panel Discussion. Check it out, invite your friends and stay safe! 💻🍿🖥

FILM SCHEDULE:

BUTTV

A group of students from Breda University of Applied Sciences did their project for BUT Film Festival 2020.

Ticket sale

WHEN CAN I BUY TICKETS FOR THE FESTIVAL?

Ticket sales are online through the Time Schedule (from August 1), and there are special tickets like Daypasses. During the festival, tickets for the day are also available at the box office at the Nieuwe Veste. On the opening evening, Wednesday 2 September, the box office is open from 19:00.

WHERE CAN I BUY TICKETS?

In the pre-sale you can buy tickets online through our website. During the festival you can also buy tickets for events at the box office.

ARE THERE ANY (FREE) ACTIVITIES FOR WHICH I DO NOT NEED TICKETS?

For sure! In the festival program on this website (view able a week before the start of the festival) or during the festival in the program book you will find information about the program of BUTFF. There are also many free activities such as workshops, exhibitions and performances.

BUTFF Passe-Partout / BUTFF Day Ticket

WHAT IS THE BUTFF PASSE-PARTOUT PASS?

With the BUTFF Passe-Partout, you can make online reservations for all music and movie events throughout the festival. This option becomes available some hours after buying the Pass.

WHAT IS THE BUTFF DAY PASS?

With the BUTFF Day Pass, you can make online reservations for all movie shows on your chosen day. This option becomes available some hours after buying the Pass.

WHERE DO I BUY THE BUTFF PASSE-PARTOUT / BUTFF DAY PASS?

The Passe-Partout / Day Ticket can be bought here. Web sales for any day end the evening before at 24:00h. At the Festival box office, every day 20% of that day's tickets are available.

SHOULD I STILL GET INDIVIDUAL TICKETS WHEN I HAVE PURCHASED A PASSE-PARTOUT / DAY PASS?

Yes. It takes a seat ticket for each screening or (non-free) event you want to visit. As a pass-holder, you will receive a wristband which allows you to pick up free seat tickets. By the way, as a Pass-holder you can make seat Reservations through this site (here).

What is BUTFF?

The Dutch film festival for B-movies, Underground & Trash Films!

Five days' worth of films filled with violence, absurdity, creativity and corniness.

We are looking for visitors who... :

• Aren't likely to scream at the sight of blood!
• Will be able to admire creativity to absurd extremes!
• Like to combine a cozy atmosphere with watching films!

At our festival we will exclusively show B-movies, Underground films and Trash Films.

B-MOVIES

B-movies were created as a by-product of the Hollywood studio system and have evolved into a unique genre. Bad actors, unintentionally funny lyrics, crappy special effects, dangerous stunts, bad directing and lots of shooting, tits and helicopters. Or a lot of fake blood.

UNDERGROUND MOVIES

Underground films are extreme films in images or content. They explore the limits of permissible and defy the generally accepted morality. They are often tied to a certain scene or group of filmmakers.

TRASH MOVIES

Trash films are very cheaply made B-movies. DIY cinema at its best, filmmakers who are not bothered by any lack of talent or skill, but just get the job done in one way or the other. Paper mache, fake intestines and lots of ketchup. Films where the quality will not be found in the special effects budget, outstanding acting performances or even a coherent story, but rather in the unconventional. Unconventional techniques, presentation or content which bog-standard cinemas would not dare show on their screens.

…SCARED YET?

No…? Excellent! Because at our festival we challenge you to see films made by young, experimental and passionate filmmakers who aim to tickle your senses in a way that is different from your regular Hollywood movie. Should you still let out a scream during the performance, though, no worries. We'll just crank up the volume so that no one can hear you.

MUSIC, POETRY, PERFORMANCE & ARTS

Aside from films, we also have an extensive programme of shows, exhibitions and workshops. In part due to our wide spectrum of side activities, BUTFF is know as a great place for lovers of alternative music, petry and (performance) art.

RETROSPECTIVE

Every year, BUTFF honours an actor, director or producer who has played an important part within our subculture. Examples include Albert Pyun (2013), Jörg Buttgereit (2010) or the King of Trash, John Waters (2009). And a year before him, we looked back on the works of David Cronenberg, Cyrus Frisch and Wenzel Storch. See: Awards.

INTERNATIONAL

Directors, producers and actors from all over the world have been known to flock to our festival to shine a light on their work as our special guest. Examples from previous years include Fred Vogel, JT Petty, Andrew van den Houten, Lloyd Kaufman, Wenzel Storch, Christian Veil, Adam Wingard, Javi Camino, Barak Epstein, Nick Zedd and Remy Couture.

AWARDS

Every year the festival hands out several Awards for best director, best feature film, best short film, best student film and a groundbreaker award for a personality whose accomplishments stand out in our genres.

Overall information (FAQ)

WHEN WILL THE NEXT FESTIVAL TAKE PLACE?

The 15th edition of the BUT Film Festival '20 will take place in the first week of September 2020.

WHERE WILL THE FESTIVAL TAKE PLACE?

The festival will take place at several locations around Breda's town center, specifically Culture Centre de Nieuwe Veste , Chassé Theater and StadsGalerij Breda.

WHERE ARE THE FESTIVAL LOCATIONS?

All locations can easily be reached and are within walking distance of Breda's central train station. The address of de Nieuwe Veste is St. Janstraat 16, 4811 GS, Breda. The address of Chassé Theater is Claudius Prinsenlaan 8, 4811 DK, Breda. This years hangout will be Café Het Hijgend Hert at Pasbaan 7, 4811 GM Breda.

HOW WILL I BE ABLE TO STAY UP-TO-DATE ON FESTIVAL NEWS?

Through the BUTFF digital newsletter we will update all subscribers on any news as it gets released. If you are interested in subscribing, you may do so on our main page. In addition, we are also on Facebook. Are you a journalist? Then send an e-mail to dorien@idfx.nl to receive any press releases we send out.

I WOULD LIKE TO SUPPORT BUTFF, IS THAT POSSIBLE?

In addition to public revenue during the festival, BUTFF is dependent on additional funding. Aside from the money we make during the festival itself, BUTFF relies on extra funding. This is why we work together with several partners, funds and individuals who all come together to make the festival happen. Should you wish to support the festival, either as an organization or an individual, you may do so either by becoming our financial partner or actively contributing a product or service during the festival itself. Direct financial contributions are also always welcome through account number NL28INGB0006261254, Stichting Idee-Fixe. Thank you!

I AM A FILMMAKER, HOW WILL I SUBMIT MY FILM FOR CONSIDERATION?

You can send us your film all through the year, deadline of the festival is normally around 1 June.

Where is BUTFF?

BUTFF takes place at three different locations:

- De Nieuwe Veste (St. Janstraat 16, 4811 GS, Breda)
- Chassé Theater (Claudius Prinsenlaan 8, 4801 BC, Breda)
- StadsGalerij Breda (Oude Vest 34, 4811 HT, Breda)

All three locations are within a 10 minute walking distance from Breda Central Station.

For more info, check locations.

Food & Drinks

IS THERE CATERING ON-SITE?

During the festival we will provide you with an extensive catering service, which will include a sandwich bar and a different dinner menu for each day. The dinner menu has both vegetarian options and non-vegetarian ones.

WILL THERE BE ALCOHOL?

Of course! You will be treated to beer from the Schelde brewery. Dutch IPA influenced by our neighbours to the south. Complete with interesting names like Lamme Goedzak, Dulle Griet, Strandgaper and Zeezuiper.

Who are we?

BUTFF is an initiative started by the Idee-fixe (IDFX) foundation. Idee-Fixe strives to expose a larger audience to alternative art forms, with the focus mainly on photography, film, graphic art and digital media. Idee-Fixe has set itself the task of acting as active intermediary between audience, artist and dirtributor.

VOLUNTEERS

Everything about the festival, from preparation to final credits, is run by entusiastic volunteers who wish to do their part to help the alternative film scene and the culture surrounding it.
As with the films, IDFX strives to stimulate creativity, personal development and create room for new ideas within an informal setting. All the while keeping the focus on having fun.

If you are interested in working for the BUT film festival please fill-out the volunteers form. We welcome you!

Who is who?

MAIN MANAGEMENT
Dorien Eggink – managing director
Alex Diehl – artistic director

PROGRAMMERS
FEATURE FILMS :
- Alex Diehl
- Is Hoogland
- Julius Koetsier
SHORT FILMS
- Roxy Woodward
- Erwin van Ballegoij
- Jeroen Bernard
SIDE PROGRAM
- Marijke Hooghwinkel
- Nick J. Swarth
- Dorien Eggink
- Ryan Oomen
- Heiko de Romijn
- Stichting KOP