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Miami International Film Festival

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    MiamiFF Review: Susanne Bier’s 'A Second Chance' Follows a Father Battling Despair with Drastic Measures

    By constructing intricate stories that place her characters in extreme moral dilemmas, Susanne Bier often makes it difficult for the viewer to decide if their actions are rational, justifiable, or a consequence of an uncontrollable emotional outburst.

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    Outsider Pictures Pockets $15K with Miami Grand Prize Win

    Brazilian filmmaker Fernando Coimbra's debut feature film, A Wolf at the Door (O Lobo atrás da porta), was the big winner at Miami International Film Festival’s 31st edition

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    Why Miami Is Celebrating a Cinematic Revolution

    While the rest of the world bemoans the decay of cinema, in Miami, where everything is barefoot and fancy-free, the city is celebrating its re-birth.

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    30th Miami International Film Festival Reveals Full Lineup

    The 30th anniversary edition of the Miami International Film Festival (March 1-10) has announced its full slate, which this year includes 45 films that will be making their world, international, North American and U.S. premieres.

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    Final River Phoenix Film 'Dark Blood' To Make U.S. Premiere At Miami International Film Festival

    Okay, so here's the background: A little over a year ago, director George Sluizer announced that he was going to finish River Phoenix's final film "Dark Blood," by re-cutting the footage and using voiceover to patch up narrative gaps. The Phoenix family washed their hands of the ef...

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    River Phoenix's Final Film 'Dark Blood' to Premiere at Miami Film Festival

    The final film made by River Phoenix, “Dark Blood,” will receive its North American debut at the 30th annual Miami International Film Festival 20 years after it was made. The festival runs March 1-10.

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    Miami International Film Festival to Honor Lasse Hallström and Fernando Trueba; Directors Will Premiere New Films

    As the Miami International Film Festival approaches its milestone 30th anniversary, MIFF will for the first time honor two directors with a Career Achievement Tribute: Swedish filmmaker Lasse Hallström and Spanish filmmaker Fernando Trueba, with screenings of new works from both directors. Previous ...

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    David Frankel, Bruce Weber to Attend Miami Film Festival Retrospective

    The 30th edition of the Miami International Film Festival, produced and presented by Miami Dade College, will commemorate its anniversary with a 29-day "Countdown Retrospective" film series. The retrospective will consist of screenings at MDC's Tower Theater of one film each ...

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