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MIAMI short FILM FESTIVAL & Deering Estate present: π‘­π™Šπ‘ͺ𝙐𝑺 𝑢𝙉: π‘­π™šπ’Žπ™–π’π™š π™π’Šπ™‘π’Žπ™’π’‚π™ π’†π™§π’” promotional image
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MIAMI short FILM FESTIVAL & Deering Estate present: π‘­π™Šπ‘ͺ𝙐𝑺 𝑢𝙉: π‘­π™šπ’Žπ™–π’π™š π™π’Šπ™‘π’Žπ™’π’‚π™ π’†π™§π’”

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MIAMI short FILM FESTIVAL & Deering Estate present:
π‘­π™Šπ‘ͺ𝙐𝑺 𝑢𝙉: π‘­π™šπ’Žπ™–π’π™š π™π’Šπ™‘π’Žπ™’π’‚π™ π’†π™§π’”, on Sunday, July 14th, 2024, at 7 PM at Deering Estate - 16701 SW 72nd Ave, Miami, FL 33157. * Welcome Cocktail Reception / Red Carpet, 6:30 PM

β¦Ώ Bach Ma – Dir by Darlene Huynh – Narrative – 19:55 Min - Canada
A woman decides to step out of her modern life and journeys to a remote monastery in the Bach Ma mountains of Vietnam, where she lives alongside a group of stoic monks. Her silent struggle to adapt to the peculiar setting leads her to a wholehearted search for something worth believing in.
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β¦Ώ Esmeralda - Dir by Jennifer Greco – Narrative – 17:53 Min - Colombia
When a young woman, Esmeralda, returns to her native land to confront her mother about a traumatic childhood memory, the two women forge a newfound bond through a shared experience.
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β¦Ώ Muse - Dir by Camilla Demichelis Richaud – Narrative – 11:18 Min - Mexico
An aging and decadent artist rekindles a dangerous relationship with his Muse right before his last exhibition. All goes well... until the inner monster comes out to play.
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β¦Ώ Something New - Dir by Michelle Bossy – Narrative - 14:29 Min - USA
On a tumultuous wedding day, five women prepare to walk down the aisle while a teenage bridesmaid probes about what really happens on the wedding night. A subversive and political take on the rom-com genre that reveals the disturbing truth behind one bride’s pre-nuptial cold feet.
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β¦Ώ Heat Spell - Dir by Marie-Pier Dupuis – Narrative – 13:49 Min - Canada
As the afternoon heat sets in, Maxime feels the weight of each passing moment.
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β¦Ώ Destete - Dir by: Ines Gowland – Narrative – 14:25 Min – Argentina (2020)
After her father dies, Teresa, a 50-year-old expatriate, returns to Argentina determined to sell the family farm, but excessive rain forces her to stay, while allowing Ernesto, the eagerly presumptuous man who runs it, to convince her to keep it. As she reconnects
with the land, Ernesto's efforts and insinuations will force Teresa to make a drastic decision.
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Duration: 89:00 Min
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This event will be held indoors in the Visitor Center Theater.
* There is FREE PARKING in the Visitor Center parking lot, which is located on SW 168 Street, just west of 72nd Avenue.
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β¦Ώ Sponsored in part by Funding Arts Network ________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Sponsored in part by the County of Miami-Dade County
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β¦Ώ Bach Ma – Dir by Darlene Huynh – Narrative – 19:55 Min - Canada
A woman decides to step out of her modern life and journeys to a remote monastery in the Bach Ma mountains of Vietnam, where she lives alongside a group of stoic monks. Her silent struggle to adapt to the peculiar setting leads her to a wholehearted search for something worth believing in.
________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Esmeralda - Dir by Jennifer Greco – Narrative – 17:53 Min - Colombia
When a young woman, Esmeralda, returns to her native land to confront her mother about a traumatic childhood memory, the two women forge a newfound bond through a shared experience.
________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Muse - Dir by Camilla Demichelis Richaud – Narrative – 11:18 Min - Mexico
An aging and decadent artist rekindles a dangerous relationship with his Muse right before his last exhibition. All goes well... until the inner monster comes out to play.
________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Something New - Dir by Michelle Bossy – Narrative - 14:29 Min - USA
On a tumultuous wedding day, five women prepare to walk down the aisle while a teenage bridesmaid probes about what really happens on the wedding night. A subversive and political take on the rom-com genre that reveals the disturbing truth behind one bride’s pre-nuptial cold feet.
________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Heat Spell - Dir by Marie-Pier Dupuis – Narrative – 13:49 Min - Canada
As the afternoon heat sets in, Maxime feels the weight of each passing moment.
________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Destete - Dir by: Ines Gowland – Narrative – 14:25 Min – Argentina (2020)
After her father dies, Teresa, a 50-year-old expatriate, returns to Argentina determined to sell the family farm, but excessive rain forces her to stay, while allowing Ernesto, the eagerly presumptuous man who runs it, to convince her to keep it. As she reconnects
with the land, Ernesto's efforts and insinuations will force Teresa to make a drastic decision.
________________________________________________________________________
Duration: 89:00 Min
________________________________________________________________________
This event will be held indoors in the Visitor Center Theater.
* There is FREE PARKING in the Visitor Center parking lot, which is located on SW 168 Street, just west of 72nd Avenue.
________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Sponsored in part by Funding Arts Network ________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Sponsored in part by the County of Miami-Dade County
________________________________________________________________________

MIAMI short FILM FESTIVAL & Deering Estate present:
π‘­π™Šπ‘ͺ𝙐𝑺 𝑢𝙉: π‘­π™šπ’Žπ™–π’π™š π™π’Šπ™‘π’Žπ™’π’‚π™ π’†π™§π’”, on Sunday, July 14th, 2024, at 7 PM at Deering Estate - 16701 SW 72nd Ave, Miami, FL 33157. * Welcome Cocktail Reception / Red Carpet, 6:30 PM

β¦Ώ Bach Ma – Dir by Darlene Huynh – Narrative – 19:55 Min - Canada
A woman decides to step out of her modern life and journeys to a remote monastery in the Bach Ma mountains of Vietnam, where she lives alongside a group of stoic monks. Her silent struggle to adapt to the peculiar setting leads her to a wholehearted search for something worth believing in.
________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Esmeralda - Dir by Jennifer Greco – Narrative – 17:53 Min - Colombia
When a young woman, Esmeralda, returns to her native land to confront her mother about a traumatic childhood memory, the two women forge a newfound bond through a shared experience.
________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Muse - Dir by Camilla Demichelis Richaud – Narrative – 11:18 Min - Mexico
An aging and decadent artist rekindles a dangerous relationship with his Muse right before his last exhibition. All goes well... until the inner monster comes out to play.
________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Something New - Dir by Michelle Bossy – Narrative - 14:29 Min - USA
On a tumultuous wedding day, five women prepare to walk down the aisle while a teenage bridesmaid probes about what really happens on the wedding night. A subversive and political take on the rom-com genre that reveals the disturbing truth behind one bride’s pre-nuptial cold feet.
________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Heat Spell - Dir by Marie-Pier Dupuis – Narrative – 13:49 Min - Canada
As the afternoon heat sets in, Maxime feels the weight of each passing moment.
________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Destete - Dir by: Ines Gowland – Narrative – 14:25 Min – Argentina (2020)
After her father dies, Teresa, a 50-year-old expatriate, returns to Argentina determined to sell the family farm, but excessive rain forces her to stay, while allowing Ernesto, the eagerly presumptuous man who runs it, to convince her to keep it. As she reconnects
with the land, Ernesto's efforts and insinuations will force Teresa to make a drastic decision.
________________________________________________________________________
Duration: 89:00 Min
________________________________________________________________________
This event will be held indoors in the Visitor Center Theater.
* There is FREE PARKING in the Visitor Center parking lot, which is located on SW 168 Street, just west of 72nd Avenue.
________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Sponsored in part by Funding Arts Network ________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Sponsored in part by the County of Miami-Dade County
________________________________________________________________________

 

β¦Ώ Bach Ma – Dir by Darlene Huynh – Narrative – 19:55 Min - Canada
A woman decides to step out of her modern life and journeys to a remote monastery in the Bach Ma mountains of Vietnam, where she lives alongside a group of stoic monks. Her silent struggle to adapt to the peculiar setting leads her to a wholehearted search for something worth believing in.
________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Esmeralda - Dir by Jennifer Greco – Narrative – 17:53 Min - Colombia
When a young woman, Esmeralda, returns to her native land to confront her mother about a traumatic childhood memory, the two women forge a newfound bond through a shared experience.
________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Muse - Dir by Camilla Demichelis Richaud – Narrative – 11:18 Min - Mexico
An aging and decadent artist rekindles a dangerous relationship with his Muse right before his last exhibition. All goes well... until the inner monster comes out to play.
________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Something New - Dir by Michelle Bossy – Narrative - 14:29 Min - USA
On a tumultuous wedding day, five women prepare to walk down the aisle while a teenage bridesmaid probes about what really happens on the wedding night. A subversive and political take on the rom-com genre that reveals the disturbing truth behind one bride’s pre-nuptial cold feet.
________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Heat Spell - Dir by Marie-Pier Dupuis – Narrative – 13:49 Min - Canada
As the afternoon heat sets in, Maxime feels the weight of each passing moment.
________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Destete - Dir by: Ines Gowland – Narrative – 14:25 Min – Argentina (2020)
After her father dies, Teresa, a 50-year-old expatriate, returns to Argentina determined to sell the family farm, but excessive rain forces her to stay, while allowing Ernesto, the eagerly presumptuous man who runs it, to convince her to keep it. As she reconnects
with the land, Ernesto's efforts and insinuations will force Teresa to make a drastic decision.
________________________________________________________________________
Duration: 89:00 Min
________________________________________________________________________
This event will be held indoors in the Visitor Center Theater.
* There is FREE PARKING in the Visitor Center parking lot, which is located on SW 168 Street, just west of 72nd Avenue.
________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Sponsored in part by Funding Arts Network ________________________________________________________________________
β¦Ώ Sponsored in part by the County of Miami-Dade County
________________________________________________________________________

More about Miami Short Film Festival
The Miami Short Film Festival is dedicated to promoting the short film genre, showcasing films from one to twenty minutes long. Our mission is to support the next generation of filmmakers by providing a platform for them to present quality films, to nurture their creativity, and to recognize and honor their achievements. With the philosophy that today's short films lead to tomorrow's world-renowned filmmakers, MIAMIsFF is a powerful voice that has created a positive influence on the arts through film.
When & Where
Jul 14, 2024, 7:00pm to 9:00pm Timezone: EDT
$20.00

Parking
SW 168 Street, just west of 72nd Avenue. Miami, Florida 33157
Special Instructions
Visitor Center parking lot, which is located on SW 168 Street, just west of 72nd Avenue.

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