Beijing's Biggest Film Festival 北京国际电影节

We are the organisers of the Beijing International Movie Festival, the first and longest-running international film festival in Beijing. We sucessfully ran an international independent film festival for five years, starting in 2007. Our working group has naturally partnered with the government-run BJIFF organising committee to cooperate and arrange screenings of a number of films. We've been running special events at the 2011 and 2012 BJIFF editions to showcase Beijing's amazing local movie industry figures and artists.  


Here is our press release futher detailing our role in the official Beijing International Film Festival.

As the first Beijing International Film Festival concluded on the 28th of April, 2011, we celebrated a successful international cooperation benefiting independent films. Check out some of the pictures below, and see the descriptions of the films we contributed to BJIFF on the selected films page, where the movies run at our 2011 independent festival are also featured. 


The second edition of the government run Beijing International Film Festival (BJIFF) took place from the 23rd to the 28th of  April 2012! Our working group contributed 3 feature films and one short to the official lineup of the festival, and the attending filmmakers all had a great time:


Silent Shame
Desert of Forbidden Art
The Furious Force of Rhymes
Out of Erasers (short)


Beijing International Film Festival

International Film Events in Beijing


Beijing International Movie Center

Continuous screenings and events as required.

XinRenFilm Festival

First Filmmakers Festival

October 25 – November 9, 2012

BIMF, Beijing Independent Film Festival

Beijing Independent Film Festival
in Song Zhuang (

August 18 – 26, 2012

BJIFF, Beijing International Film Festival

2nd Beijing International Film

April 23 – 28, 2012

Kao Kao the Duck


Kao Kao is the mascot. He represents a Beijing Roast Duck.