Festival brings another artistic dimension to the Grand Strand.

Lights, camera, action! Tickets are now on sale for the fourteenth annual Myrtle Beach International Film Festival (MBIFF), which takes place April 23-27, 2019 at the Grand 14 Theater in the Market Common.

You can join film enthusiasts from all over the country and enjoy an outstanding line up of 67 films and five events! Jerry Dalton, founder and director of the MBIFF, combed through submissions from 128 countries to find what he feels are the best films in the world. There are film crews coming from as far away as China to Russia, South Carolina, and all points in between.

Be prepared to laugh, cry, be happy and sad as you experience some of the best talent on Earth. These are truly moving films that you will not forget once you leave the theatre. The exciting line up of filmmakers includes Tim Busfield, Melissa Gilbert, and Julie Gribble of Drake and Josh go to Hollywood who is starring in her new music video and performing live! Dimitri de Clerqc's will be here with his film "You Go To My Head." Watch the trailer here.

Since every great festival should include food, MBIFF has partnered with several excellent Market Common restaurants who will provide meals during the festival. Peace, Love and Little Donuts will be there along the Ultimate California Pizza, The Brass Tap and Co Sushi. You can even enjoy “Film Talks” on Thursday, April 25 where filmmakers will share their thoughts and insights on the independent film industry. Click here for a full event schedule.

Passes and tickets are on sale now. Click here for tickets and information. Last year, the film festival sold out, and they are expecting another sellout, so don’t wait! This year, they’ve added a new option: a VIP All Access Pass! They still offer the standard All Access Pass and individual tickets as well. You can read about the different passes and find more information at mbiff.com.

Don’t miss the Myrtle Beach International Film Festival! The popcorn will be warm, the food will be great, and the films will blow your mind.