Ibero-America:
a region in the Americas comprising countries or territories where Spanish or Portuguese is the predominant language, usually former territories of Spain or Portugal.

The Ibero-American Film Festival Miami was created in 2016 under its previous name, Indie Pasi├│n Festival. By 2019, this small but mighty one-day event grew into four full days packed with screenings, forums, special events and networking mixers.

Our mission is to exhibit and celebrate films from Latin America, Spain and Portugal that possess a high-level of artistry and are otherwise noteworthy for communicating a meaningful and powerful message of social impact.

IAFFM supports the education and creative development of local and Ibero-American filmmakers by providing access to training and networking opportunities.

The 6th annual Ibero-American Film Festival Miami (IAFFM) will take place in Miami, Florida from the 2nd to the 10th of February, 2024.

IAFFM is a platform that will present the best Ibero feature films, shorts and documentaries to promote our diversity, our stories, our social impact message, our cultures, our flavors and our emotions.

Spain will be this year guest country, for that reason, we want to pay tribute to the trajectory of Spanish cinema.

We will have special screenings, honoring guest, masterclasses and a lot more.

OPEN CALL

We are pleased to announce the opening of the call for entries for the 6th edition of the Ibero-American Film Festival Miami. A film showcase that celebrates the vibrant and diverse cinema from Ibero-America. Filmmakers from the Ibero-American region and from Latino heritage are invited to submit their works for consideration in our three exciting competition sections.

Nuevos Talentos (New Talents):
We invite submissions of first or second feature films, completed after November 2022, where the writer, director, or producer is from Ibero-America or a descendant. Films in this section should offer challenging experiences with an original language capable of generating new codes and new forms of expression.

Visiones Contemporáneas (Contemporary Visions):
We are seeking films with a unique narrative style that aim to engage with different genres and audiences. These films should be directed by Ibero-American filmmakers or shot entirely in Ibero-American countries. Entries must be narrative films, not screened prior to November 2022, and should be at least an East Coast Premiere.

Cortometrajes Iberoamericanos (Ibero-American Short Films):
We invite the submission of short films from Ibero-American filmmakers completed after November 2022. These films should showcase the talent and creativity of Ibero-American cinema within a shorter format. Films must have Running Time between 3 and 20 minutes

Go ahead, don't miss your chance!
See you in February!

Films must have English subtitles if the original language is not English or Spanish.
All entries must be submitted electronically through our online submission platform.
The submission deadline for all categories is [insert deadline date].
Films that have previously been submitted to our festival are not eligible.
How to Submit:
Please visit our website [insert website URL] to access the online submission platform. There you will find detailed instructions on how to submit your film for consideration.

Additionally, we are excited to announce the out-of-competition section, "Arte Ibero" (Ibero Art), dedicated to documentaries and fiction films exploring art, music, gastronomy, and folk manifestations from different Ibero-American countries.

This section provides a platform for filmmakers to showcase their works that delve into the rich cultural heritage and artistic expressions of the Ibero-American region. Whether it's a captivating documentary on a renowned artist, a fictional narrative centered around a musical journey, or a gastronomic exploration of diverse cuisines, we welcome submissions that celebrate the beauty and diversity of Ibero-American art forms.

Filmmakers are encouraged to submit their works in the "Arte Ibero" section, which will be screened as part of our festival program. Films submitted to this section will be considered for special recognition and appreciation, although they will not be included in the competition categories.

Selection Process and Awards:
A panel of programmers and film professionals will carefully review all submissions and select the best films for each section. Selected films will be announced on the 30th of November. All the films selected in the programme will be screened and awarded during the festival, which will take place in Silver Spot in Miami Downtown from 2nd to 11th of february.

Join us in celebrating the richness and creativity of Ibero-American cinema. Submit your film today for a chance to be part of the Iberoamerican Film Festival Miami.

For any inquiries or further information, please contact our festival team at info@iaffm.com

We look forward to receiving your captivating films and sharing them with our enthusiastic audience.

Sincerely,

Fernando Arciniega