The 25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World, 2019

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Borscht Film Festival

Spring 2020 / Miami, Florida / borsc.ht

Miami-based Borscht Corp. is a non-profit that creates shorts and videos and showcases them at the bi-annual Borscht Film Festival, a week-long affair that exists “to tell Miami stories that go beyond the typical portrayal of a beautiful but vapid party town.” In fact, Borscht’s films have screened at Cannes, Tribeca, Sundance, and even at the Guggenheim in NYC. The festival’s desire to continually up its artistic game is matched only by its determination to put on the most memorable, creative events, which in past years have included a cinematic bike trail though Miami’s Wynwood district, an amusement park with a VR playground, and a “fake Criterion” release party. Adds one panelist: “These guys are on everyone’s radar, but I’m always impressed how each festival is both different and a step up from the previous one.”

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1 Comment

  1. Maria Santagati

    August 1, 2019 at 5:28 am

    The Artis Center in Naples, Fl is really extraordinary. It’s the hub of performing arts, music, and film in Southwest Florida. It’s the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and Boston Symphony all in one – with art and entertainment for all ages. One of the things that impressed me most was the cultural campus for children, with programs for art and music in the form of summer camps, infusing art and music (and the importance of it) at a young age.

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