Industry Registration Now Open

  Accreditation for VeoMiami, the industry market of the 2017 Miami Film Festival (March 3– 12, 2017), is now open until February 10, 2017 to all film professionals, including (but not limited to) sales agents, buyers, producers, production executives, craftspeople, financiers, festival programmers, film commissioners, film publicists, and exhibitors. Accreditation gives the following benefits: Access […]

Miami Film Festival Selections Earn Recognition in Mexico’s 58th Ariel Awards Nominations

A Monster With a Thousand Heads actress Jana Raluy   Here at Miami Film Festival, we pride ourselves on bringing you the best of world cinema, with a special focus on Ibero-American programming. So it’s no surprise to see that two of our acclaimed Mexican films that screened at the 2016 Festival are receiving the […]

‘I’ve Never Not Been From Miami’

ROSIE HERRERA X JONATHAN DAVID KANE This week, Miami International Film Festival announced our full lineup of 129 films, including 100 features and 29 shorts.  10 of those shorts form the wittily-named program “I’ve Never Not Been From Miami” (the double-negative “never not” being comically self-aware Miami parlance). The program pairs some of Miami’s foremost [...]

Miami International Film Festival Boasts 54 Goya Award Nominations Ahead of Spanish-Rich 2016 Line-Up

Alex Garcia and Inma Cuesta in The Bride (La novia). On the heels of announcing our Opening Night film My Big Night (Mi Gran Noche) along with a rich slate of diverse films from Spain, nominees have been revealed for the 30th annual Premios Goya, Spain’s prestigious and star-studded annual event à la Oscars. Among [...]
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