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They show films that are looking for a place on the Oscar

They show films that are looking for a place on the Oscar

MIAMI (EFE) .— The Miami Film Festival and the Miami Tower Theater have teamed up to showcase 13 international films through February 7th that are eager to make it to this year’s Academy Awards at a time when the coronavirus continues to have a significant impact on the audience.

The screening of these films in the Best International Feature Film category will take place at the MDC Tower Theater in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood and will include five premieres before the 94th film nominations are announced. Oscar edition.

The awards have published a list of 15 finalists in the Best International Film (formerly known as Best Film in a Non-English Language) category out of 93 films from around the world.

“This is the first time we have hosted an event like this. The magic of the Oscars is still golden because our customers’ emotions are alive,” said Jaie Laplante, executive director of the Miami Film Festival and co-director of the program for the tower theater. .

Laplante stated that this room is spacious so guests can keep social distance and “still have a great view of the big screen”.

“The first opportunity for the public to see these great films!” Said the organization, which also announced the holding of a nomination round table for the Miami Film Festival, due to take place next March.

The exhibition will allow film buffs to “see several of the shortlisted films before the nominations are announced,” which will take place on February 8th.

The Mexican “Prayers for the Stolen (Nights of Fire)” is one of the titles on display.

The film is the debut feature film of the Mexican documentary filmmaker Tatiana Huezo.

The Oscar Gala will be held in person at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood on March 27, 2022, and the nominations will be announced on February 8.

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