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Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival

32nd Edition

Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival

where:Fort Lauderdale (Florida, USA)
when:November 3rd - 20th, 2017
address:1314 E Las Olas Blvd #007
Fort Lauderdale FL 33301-2334
USA
tel:+1954 760 9898
fax:+1954 760 9099
email:info@fliff.com
website:www.fliff.com
deadline:July 1st, 2017
entry form:Online Submission

Founded in 1986, and now entering our 19th year, the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival is a maverick of sorts. Perhaps chameleon is a better analogy. The Festival strives itself on changing annually, sometimes weekly. Springing with vitality arising from the constantly evolving chaos of adventure, FLIFF (as we sometimes refer to ourselves) prides itself on spontaneity. FLIFF has a panel of judges - consisiting of professionals in the film industry to decide which films have what it takes to win top honors.
A new competition film will be shown nightly during the Fort Lauderdale section of the festival. Be sure to catch all of these films before the awards are handed out at our Luminaries Gala, so you can see if your scorecard matches the judges.
Competition catagories include jury prize for best film, special jury prize, best director, best actor, best actress, best supporting actor, best supporting actress, best supporting actor, best supporting actress, best ensemble cast, best screenplay, best cinematography, best score, and best foreign language.

2016
  • The Confessions by Roberto Andò: World Feature

  • Solo by Laura Morante: World Feature

  • Them who? by Fabio Bonifacci, Francesco Miccichè: World Feature

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2002
  • CASOMAI by Alessandro D'Alatri: President's Awards: Best Drama, Best Foreign Language Film; Jury Prize: Best Director - Honorable Mentions (Alessandro D'Alatri), Best Actress - Honorable Mention (Stefania Rocca), Outstanding Acting Debut - (Fabio Volo)

  • OUR TROPICAL ISLAND by Marcello Cesena: World Cinema

  • Saint Maradona by Marco Ponti: World Cinema

  • THREE WIVES by Marco Risi: President's Awards: Best Ensemble