Miami is Heating Up The Miami International Film Festival 2013

The Miami International Film Festival brings the best of world cinema to Miami March 1 through March 10, 2013. THe purpose behind the Miami International Film Festival is to bring cultural understanding and encourage artistic development through film. By bringing the best artists to Miami, Florida the Miami Film Festival presents the city and the film industry to allow creative and technical development. The Miami International Film Festival had its beginnings as the main activity of the Film Society of Miami, Inc., which was founded in 1983. Since its first edition, which opened on February 3, 1984, the Festival has continued to bring the finest in world cinema to South Florida. The Festival has gained recognition with its consistently high quality of programming and presentations from filmmakers, critics, and the film industry. During the early years, films were screened in a variety of local theaters in the greater Miami area. By the sixth Festival in 1989, the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts had become the official residence (MIFF).
 Stars that have graced their red carpet through the years include Gregory Peck, Sofia Loren, Kris Kristofferson, Candice Bergen, Kevin Kline, Michael Caine, Antonio Banderas, Melanie Griffith, Willem Dafoe, Demi Moore, Amy Irving, Patricia Clarkson, Chris Cooper, Catherine Keener, William Macy, Geraldine Chaplin, Armand Assante, Sylvester Stallone, Viggo Mortensen, Kate Hudson, Helen Hunt, Jeff Goldblum, Jonathan Pryce, Ricardo Darin, Rodrigo Santoro, Luis Toscar, Gloria Estefan, Kate del Castillo, Danny Glover, Julie Hagerty, Lori Singer, Jorge Sanz, Ashton Kutcher, Steven Bauer and Sandrine Bonnaire among many other big names and bright lights.
MIFF has hosted and introduced a diverse group of filmmakers including renowned filmmakers Pedro Almodóvar, Andrea Arnold, Hector Babenco, Luc Besson, Susanne Bier, Bertrand Blier, Juan Carlos Campanella, Joel & Ethan Coen, Alfonso Cuarón, Terence Davies, Sam Fuller, Alex de la Iglesia, Jonathan Demme, Abel Ferrara, Andy Garcia, Patricio Guzmán, Werner Herzog, Steve James, Lawrence Kasdan, Spike Lee, Lucrecia Martel, François Ozon, Jose Padilha, Patricia Riggen, John Sayles, Carlos Sorin, Morgan Spurlock, Fernando Trueba, Liv Ullman, Paul Verhoeven, Denis Villeneuve, Margarethe von Trotta, and Wim Wenders.
2013 Miami International Film Festival Tickets
FILM HAWK ADVANCE TICKETS Buy before 5 p.m. Friday, Feb 15 and receive a $1 discount on ticket prices, including premium events!Regular / CINEDWNTWN Galas General Admission, $12 / $14 Miami Film Society (MFS) $10 / $12 Seniors* $11 / $13 Students* $7 / $9 Masterclass Seminars $9 / MDC Students FREE w. student ID Opening Night Film $25 Opening Night Film & Party $125 Career Achievement Tributes $20 Awards Night Film $25 Awards Night Film & Party $125 Special pricing for MFS Connoisseur level & above: $20 Film / $105 Film & Party for Opening & Awards, $15 for Tributes Group rates: 15% off (20+ tickets). Email [email protected] NOTE: A $1 per ticket processing fee applies to all screenings and seminars.  

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