The Beloit International Film Festival is continuing its summer film program, BIFF Outdoors, with a screening of The Breakfast Club on Tuesday at 8 p.m.
BIFF's huge outdoor screen will be inflated in front of Middle, with the movie slated to begin at 8 p.m., shortly after sunset; feel free to bring your own lawn chairs and blankets. Prior to the film, indie folk band Opus Dog—composed of Beloiters Kirby Jayes, Lucy Holden, Linda Holt, and Cheyenne Kern—will perform, starting at 6:30 p.m. Bon Appetit will have concessions (water, soda, brownies, cookies, popcorn) available for sale, for either cash or with tickets bought at Commons, D.K.’s, or Java Joint using meal plan flex dollars.
Rain date: the following day, Wednesday (Aug. 28).
The next BIFF Outdoors screening will be the original Karate Kid at the Old Settlers Park at the First National Bank office location in Rockton, on Sept. 14. All films begin after dusk and exact starting times will be announced closer to presentation.