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    10 Films Set for Miami Festival's Ibero-American Competition

    The Miami International Film Festival unveiled the first of its competition lineups Friday, with four North American premieres and two U.S. premieres among those competing in the festival's signature MIFF Knight Ibero-American Competition. Ten features will compete in the section, which spotligh...

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    The Innovative O Cinema Wants to Redefine Moviegoing In Miami

    O Cinema opened February 24 in downtown Miami's Wynwood Arts District with the intent of offering a whole new way of exhibiting media. The brainchild of Vivian Marthell and Kareem Tabsch, co-directors of Living Arts Trust, it's the result a $400,000 grant from the John S. and James L. K...

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    Miami International Film Festival Turns 28 Amidst Transition

    The 2011 Miami International Film Festival wrapped this weekend, concluding nine days of over 100 films from 30 countries screening across Miami-Dade county. Denis Villeneuve's Oscar-nominated "Incendies" helped do so on Saturday night, screening as the festival's "Awards Night Centerpiece" followin...

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    "Chico & Rita" to Open Internationally-Oriented 2011 Miami Film Festival

    Fernando Trueba's animated musical "Chico & Rita" will open the 28th Miami International Film Festival. This year's festival will have four world and international premieres along with fifteen North American and U.S. Premieres.The films are all divided across MIFF's three principal categories: the I...

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    27th Miami International Film Festival Unveils Its Lineup

    With a roster of 115 films, the Miami International Film Festival revealed its 27th edition line up, which includes five world premieres as well as 22 North American and 14 U.S. debuts from 45 countries. The festival, taking place March 5 - 14, is produced and hosted by Miami Dade College.

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