The Balkan war drama Quo Vadis, Aida?, directed by Jasmila Žbanić, won the top prize, the Knight MARIMBAS Award at 2021 Miami Film Festival.
Miami Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Miami International Film Festival
WHERE: Miami, Florida, USA
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: The mission of the Miami International Film Festival (MIFF) is to bridge cultural understanding and encourage artistic development and excellence by provoking thought through film. By bringing the best of world cinema to Miami, MIFF presents the city and the film industry with a singular platform that fosters creative and technical talent. The Miami International Film Festival had its beginnings as the main activity of the Film Society of Miami, Inc., which was founded in 1983. Since its first edition, which opened on February 3, 1984, the Festival has continued to bring the finest in world cinema to South Florida.
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.
Sound of Metal star Riz Ahmed will receive the inaugural Impact Award at the upcoming 38th Miami Film Festival.
Miami Film Festival announced its shortlist of International Feature Film submissions that will screen during the upcoming 38th edition.
THE BEE GEES: HOW CAN YOU MEND A BROKEN HEART and SOUND OF METAL Tie for Audience Award at Miami Film Festival GEMS
The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend A Broken Heart and Sound of Metal starring Riz Ahmed tied for Audience Award at the Miami Film Festival GEMS.
Miami Film Festival GEMS will open with an East Coast Premiere of the HBO documentary “The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart”.
Miami Film Festival unveiled the first titles in its line-up for the 7th Miami Film Festival GEMS, which will be held virtually this year.
Miami Film Festival to Present Online Delayed World Premiere of A Mother (Una madre) by Diógenes Cuevas
Miami Film Festival will world premiere online A Mother (Una madre), after the intended premiere at 2020 fest was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Miami Film Festival will present online the premiere of documentary They Call Me Dr. Miami, after the original was cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic.
When Liberty Burns, an incisive look at Miami’s infamous 1980 race riots won the top Knight Made in MIA Feature Film Award of the 2020 Miami Film Festival.
Coronavirus Updates: SOMA, TCM CLASSIC Film Festivals Cancelled, Miami Cancels Public Screening, Montclair, Oxford, New Directors/New Films Postponed
SOMA, TCM Classic, CinemaCon, and Montclair Film Festival announced that the 2020 editions of the festival have been cancelled or postponed.
Pablo Larrain’s Ema, starring Gael Garcia Bernal and Mariana Di Girolamo wins first two awards – best trailer and best poster – at Miami Film Festival.
Miami Film Festival revealed the 2020 jurors and added new films – Rodrigo Sorogoyen’s Madre, and Matt Wolf’s Spaceship Earth.
LOS ÚLTIMOS FRIKIS, Doc on Zeus, Cuba’s Heavy Metal Band to Play at Miami and Havana NY Film Festivals
Los Últimos Frikis, the story of Zeus, Cuba’s hard-rocking, state-sponsored heavy metal band will screen at Miami and New York Havana Film Festivals.
Miami Film Festival Announces 2020 Lineup. THE BURNT ORANGE HERESY to Open, MUCHO MUCHO AMOR to Close
Miami Film Festival 2020 will present more than 125 films, opening with The Burnt Orange Heresy and closing with Walter Mercado doc Mucho Mucho Amor.
Fernando Meirelles’ The Two Popes is the winner of the MIAMI GEMS 2019 Gigi Guermont Audience Award, at Miami Film Festival (MFF)’s annual fall extension.
Miami Film Festival GEMS returns October 10 to 13th, 2019, with Brazilian filmmaker Fernando Meirelles’ The Two Popes starring Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce as Centerpiece.
Pedro Almodóvar’s Pain and Glory will open the Miami Film Festival’s fall season extension, Miami Film Festival GEMS 2019.
Birds of Passage, a viscerally stunning epic on the origins of the Colombian narcotics trade, by Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra, won the top Grand Jury prize of the 2019 Miami Film Festival.
This Changes Everything, a pivotal documentary examining historic and contemporary gender inequity in the American film and television industries, will open the 36th Miami Film Festival.
Miami Design District (MDD) will partner with Miami Dade College (MDC) to present the acclaimed Fashion in Film Festival in the Miami Design District as part of the upcoming 36th edition of Miami Film Festival