Miami International Film Festival

March 3- 12, 2017

Miami, Florida

Lipstick-Under-My-BurkhaWhat’s It All About?

The Miami International Film Festival (MIFF) continues to bring the finest in world cinema to South Florida. The festival bridges cultural understanding and encourages artistic development by provoking thought through film. Films will be screened at several venues across the city centre, including features, documentaries, short films and retrospectives.

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Opening Film

Norman: The Moderate Rise And Tragic Fall Of A New York Fixer

The film is about Norman Oppenheimer, a small-time operator. He befriends a young politician at a low point in his life. Three years later, when the politician becomes an influential world leader, Norman’s life dramatically changes for better and worse. The film is directed by Joseph Cedar and features Richard Gere, Lior Ashkenazi, Hank Azaria, Steve Buscemi, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Michael Sheen and Dan Stevens.

Indian Connect

Lipstick Under My Burkha

Alankrita Shrivastava’s directorial Lipstick Under My Burkha is set in rural India. The plot revolves around four women trapped in different worlds and who live out their desires through secret acts of rebellion. Trapped in a conservative society, these women break the mould and go in search of a little freedom. The film features Konkona Sen Sharma, Ratna Pathak and Aahana Kumra.

Knight Competition

The Bar

The Candidate

Cargo

The Empty Box

Family Life

The Lost Brother

May God Save Us

It’s Only The End Of The World

El Pampero

Santa & Andres

Smoke & Mirrors

Such Is Life In The Tropics

That Thing Called Love

The Unknown Girl

Cinema 360º

Afterimage

The Bloom Of Yesterday

Carrie Pilby

The Dark Wind

Handsome Devil

Harmonium

Heal The Living

Heros Wanted

In Bed With Victoria

Moka

Realive

Tommy’s Honour

Short Competition

As Time Goes By

Based On  A True Story

Big

Business

La Femme Et La Tgv

Great Mum Bien

House For Sale

A Man Returned

Spark

Wait For Me, Italia

Whippet

Knight Documentary Achievement Award

The Cat From Havana

Citizen Jane: Battle For The City

A Concrete Cinema

Dream Empire

Embargo

The Grown-Ups

The Lambirds

Love And Saucers

Untouchable

Vegas Baby

Visitor’s Day

HBO Ibero American Competition

El Amparo

The Blind Christ

The Darkness

The Death of Marga Maier

El Inca

Jesus

Maria (and everybody else)

Monday Nights At Seven

The Mother

Wookpeackers

X500

 

 

 

Sayali Parab
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As on 11th November, 2017
FilmsWeekWeeklyTotal
Ittefaq121.04CR21.04CR
Ribbon135.83LK35.83LK
Ram Ratan104.14LK04.14LK
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