Since its modest beginnings in 1983, the Miami International Film Festival has grown and flourished to the point where it's now a major international event playing host to over 70,000 guests.
Its accent is on Ibero-American cinema although there are films by well-known film-makers from all over the world. Experimental, mainstream, socially relevant films, documentaries and short films are all showcased. The festival has seen the premiere of over 20 Oscar-nominated films, and welcomed such luminaries as Almodovar and the Coen brothers.
The festival lasts for ten days each March and films are spread around various central venues.
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