SAVE THE DATE
THE 8th ANNUAL ST AUGUSTINE FILM FESTIVAL

January 18 – 21, 2018

Presented by Flagler College, sponsored by Barbara & Arnold Grevior and produced by FLIFF. Welcome to the nation’s oldest city and one of the newest film festivals.  The films took place at the new Corazon Theater and Cafe as well as Flagler’s Lewis Auditorium & Gamache Theater.

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OUTshine FILM FESTIVAL

FT LAUDERDALE OCTOBER 6th – 15th 2017

The MiFo LGBT Film Fest, a critically acclaimed event, is based in the world-renowned historic South Beach neighborhood with additional films screened at locations throughout Miami-Dade County.

The MiFo LGBT Film Fest is committed to its mission: To inspire, entertain and educate the public, encourage a sense of community through international and culturally diverse film, video and other media that offer historical and contemporary perspectives on the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender experience.

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21st BRAZILIAN FILM FESTIVAL OF MIAMI

The best of Brazilian cinema is back!

 

BRAFF Miami, the main showcase for Brazilian cinema in the United States, take over the city with its 21st edition from September 16 and 23!

From “Cinema on the Beach” in the 2nd edition in 1998 to the current screenings at the New World Symphony Soundscape Park, highly supported by the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, the City of Miami Beach and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Festival is considered one of the largest and most traditional events of Miami cultural calendar.

The Festival program spans four venues – New World Symphony, Savor Cinema, Regal South Beach and Miami Beach Cinematheque – presenting  a diverse panorama of Brazil’s most recent audiovisual production, co-production titles and parallel screenings, presenting Latin America at its best creative power.

In 2017, the much-anticipated Opening Night in collaboration with the New World Center will bring to the SoundScape Park on September 16 the screening of João, o maestro (2017), by director Mauro Lima, on pianist and conductor João Carlos Martins, celebrated as one of Bach’s greatest performers. The New York Times wrote: “Maestro Martins lived a life of renown, challenge, tenacity and triumph enough to fill a living memory.”

Between September 17 and 19, the parallel screenings will be hosted by the lovely Savor Cinema (former Cinema Paradiso) in Fort Lauderdale presenting among other films the highest Brazilian grossing comedy of all times My Mom Is A Character II (Minha mãe é uma peça II) (2016), by Cesar Rodrigues, Indigo Child (Menina Indigo) (2017), by Wagner Assis, Beatriz (2015) by Alberto Graça and Behind the Sky ( Por trás do céu) (2016), by Caio Sóh, and the charming Miami Beach Cinematheque hosting for the first time a series of screenings dedicated to Latin American films. The series will close with documentary Cinema Novo (2016), by Erik Rocha, winner of the L’Oeil d’Or at 2016 Cannes Film Festival.