Miami Gay Film Fest 2016

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Updated March 03, 2016. The prestigious and increasingly well-attended 18th Annual MiFo LGBT Film Festival (formerly the Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival) takes the same month as Miami Gay Pride (which is held April 8-10) - the dates this year are April 22 through May 1, 2016, and screenings take place at five inviting cinemas in South Beach: the Colony Theater, Miami Beach Cinematheque, O Cinema - Wynwood, Wolfsonian at FIU, and Regal Cinemas South Beach. More than 65 films are presented during this 10-day series of screenings and related soirees and events, including a number of North American and even world premieres. Here's a full program of this year's event, as well as a calendar of parties and gatherings taking place during the festival, including the opening party on April 22 at the Colony Theater. The organizers of The MiFo LGBT Film Festival also produce the outstanding 8th Annual Fort Lauderdale Edition (formerly the Fort Lauderdale Gay & Lesbian Film Festival) in neighboring Broward County - the dates for this autumn event are Oct.

The Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, a critically acclaimed event, is based in the world-renowned historic South Beach neighborhood and screens films and videos in locations throughout Miami-Dade county and Ft. Lauderdale. Our 11th Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival will run April 8-10, and our 2nd Ft. Lauderdale Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, April 30th - May 3rd. Additionally, our Monthly Screening Series, which runs June - February, provides further screenings, educational and social opportunities throughout the year

General Contact Information Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival 7251 NE 2nd Avenue, #107 Miami, FL 33138 Voice 305-534-9924 Fax 305-535-2377 Email: The Bank of America International Tower was lit up in orange for MGLFF's spectacular 9th Annual Opening Night Gala party. Opening Night Gala 10th Annual MGLFF OUR MISSION STATEMENT: To enrich, entertain and educate the public, encourage a sense of community through international and culturally diverse film, video and other media that offer historical and contemporary perspectives on the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender experience.

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