Brazilian Film Festival returns to Miami for 16th year

August 12, 2012 by  

Returning to Miami for the 16th year is the Inffinito Festival Circuit, which will run from August 18 – 25 at the, New World Symphony, Colony Theater, and Miami Beach Cinematheque. The 16th Annual Brazilian Film Festival of Miami will involve numerous feature films and short films to please almost every cinematic taste. Special screenings and competitive screenings will be shown in three separate locations throughout the festival.

Competitive screenings will be held at the Colony Theater, 1040 Lincoln Road, beginning August 22 and continuing until August 25. Special screenings are to be presented from August 18 through August 24 at the prestigious Miami Beach Cinematheque in Miami Beach.
The openerwill be at New World Symphony on August 18, featuring a film by Selton Mello called ‘The Clown’. This presentation will be an outdoor movie screening that begins at 8:30 pm. Admission for opening night is free to the public and ticket prices vary for the other evenings of the Brazilian Film Festival. VIP Member and Festival Fan passes are available for those guests that want to visit all evenings of the festival. The passes include discounts, free admission to certain festival screenings, and entrance into after-show parties that will follow each night’s presentations.

Print companies are likely to be providing flyer printing for advertising and playbills for the screenings. Press coverage is being solicited for the festival as well.

More information regarding the film festival can be found on the Inffinito website, along with film descriptions and ticket pricing for the screenings.

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