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Subiela's "Heartlift" to Open 23rd Miami International Film Festival

By Indiewire | Indiewire January 10, 2006 at 11:08AM

The world premiere of Eliseo Subiela's "Heartlift" will open the 23rd annual Miami International Film Festival taking place March 3 - 12. Eighteen films will premiere at the festival's main venue, the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts, while twelve films will be competing in the dramatic features - world cinema competition, and thirteen films in the dramatic features - Ibero-American cinema competition. Seventeen films are also slated for the documentary features - world & Ibero-American cinema competition. Additionally, the festival will screen 32 films, including both dramatic and documentary films, in the 'International Panorama' categories. The shorts programs include 25 films. The east coast premiere of "Friends With Money" from director Nicole Holofcener starring Jennifer Aniston and Frances McDormand will close the festival. (indieWIRE will publish an extended MIFF line up later this week). [Brian Brooks]
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The world premiere of Eliseo Subiela's "Heartlift" will open the 23rd annual Miami International Film Festival taking place March 3 - 12. Eighteen films will premiere at the festival's main venue, the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts, while twelve films will be competing in the dramatic features - world cinema competition, and thirteen films in the dramatic features - Ibero-American cinema competition. Seventeen films are also slated for the documentary features - world & Ibero-American cinema competition. Additionally, the festival will screen 32 films, including both dramatic and documentary films, in the 'International Panorama' categories. The shorts programs include 25 films. The east coast premiere of "Friends With Money" from director Nicole Holofcener starring Jennifer Aniston and Frances McDormand will close the festival. (indieWIRE will publish an extended MIFF line up later this week). [Brian Brooks]







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