2016 Miami International Film Festival
The Miami International Film Festival is considered the preeminent film festival for showcasing Ibero-American cinema in the U.S.
Celebrating its 33rd anniversary, Miami Dade College’s Miami International Film Festival is considered the preeminent film festival for showcasing Ibero-American cinema in the U.S.
Álex de la Iglesia, one of Spain’s most charismatic and dynamic filmmakers, will open the 2016 Miami International Film Festival on March 4, 2016, with his new film, Mi Gran Noche, starring Spanish pop icon Raphael, who will appear in person at the screening to officially inaugurate this year’s Festival.
Mi Gran Noche is just the beginning of an outstanding selection of many of the biggest and most important films from Spain that will be featured at the 33rd edition of the Festival, once again affirming Miami International Film Festival’s status as the key portal in the United States for Spanish art and popular cinema.
Spanish Films at Miami International Film Festival
- Palm Trees in the Snow
- Spanish Affair 2
- The Olive Tree
- The Apostate
- Happy 140
- The Memory of Water
- The Bride
- Cien Años de Perdón
- Dark Glasses
- Ma Ma
- No Kinds
- Nothing in Return
- Spy Time
- We Are Pregnant
- My Bakery in Brooklyn
- Snacks, Bites of a Revolution
- The King of Havana
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