The festival runs 28-30 October. Tickets are available now.
Great news, Floridians! The 2021 Slamdance Miami Film Festival is this weekend, screening six features and twelve shorts between Thursday, 28 October and Saturday, 30 October. Programmed by Florida filmmakers, the festival will celebrate emerging filmmakers from Central and South America, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Florida via an open-air, COVID-sensitive festival experience at the North Beach Bandshell in Miami, Florida.
Tickets are $90 USD for a three-day pass and $15 for individual screenings and can be purchased through the North Beach Bandshell. Additional tickets will be available at the door.
The festival also includes a panel on Afrofuturism moderated by Ron Baez with panelists Monica Sorelle, Sergio Giral, and Deniese Davis. The panel will be hosted at the Historic Hampton House and is free to attend. Seats may be reserved at this link.
Free tickets are also available to the screening of documentary Parkland Rising on Saturday, October 30 at 3:00 p.m. Eastern. To claim, add a pass to your cart here and enter code SLAM_SUPPORTS_PARKLAND at checkout.