Set in Haiti, the family drama film Freda, directed by Géssica Généus, won the Knight MARIMBAS Award, at the 39th Miami Film Festival.
Miami Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Miami Film Festival
WHERE: Miami, Florida, USA
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Miami Film Festival is a world-class platform for International and Ibero-American films. The Festival showcases the work of the world’s best emerging and established filmmakers to the diverse cosmopolitan community of Miami.
The Festival is renowned for vibrant filmmaker-audience interactions, world-class parties and screening venues, and cash awards totaling more than $100,000 in competition categories.
Parallel Mothers star Penélope Cruz will be honored with the Precious Gem Icon Award at the 39th Miami Film Festival.
Miami Film Festival presents its 39th annual edition from March 4-13, 2022 in a hybrid format, with more than 120 films.
The 2022 Miami Film Festival will open with Spain’s Oscar contender, the critically acclaimed comedy The Good Boss starring Javier Bardem.
Chilean-born, Montreal-based composer Cristobal Tapia de Veer will receive Miami Film Festival’s Art of Light Award.
King Richard starring Will Smith and directed by Reinaldo Marcus Green, is the winner of the MIAMI GEMS 2021 Audience Award.
Miami Film Festival GEMS 2021 Announces Headliners, Opens with ‘Parallel Mothers’ starring Penélope Cruz
Legendary Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar’s Parallel Mothers starring Penélope Cruz will open Miami Film Festival GEMS.
The Balkan war drama Quo Vadis, Aida?, directed by Jasmila Žbanić, won the top prize, the Knight MARIMBAS Award at 2021 Miami Film Festival.
Kevah Nabatian’s Sin La Habana, a beautifully-crafted collision of cultures and desires, has International Premiere at Miami Film Festival.
The 38th Miami Film Festival announced 17 jurors, recognized voices across film, music, art and culture, who will review films in the competition categories.
Miami Film Festival Announces Culinary Series Program with ‘Cuban Food Stories’ and ‘East Side Sushi’
Miami Film Festival will showcase “East Side Sushi” and “Cuban Food Stories” in the new Miami Film Festival Culinary Series.
Miami Film Festival 2021 will present more than 100 films, opening with World Premiere of Edson Jean’s Ludi.