The Miami International Film Festival has arrived, and the world’s most magical city is proud to welcome some of the years best independent films and the creative genius’s behind them.
One of the most buzzed about features at the festival is the Oscar winning Argentine drama The Secret in Their Eyes (El secreto en sus ojos). The film pulled off a major upset last night at the Academy Awards as it brought home the coveted gold for Best Foreign Language Film. The win was a stunning upset as it beat out the heavy favorite to win that category, The White Ribbon, by Michael Haneke.
The Secret in Their Eyes will be screened at the Gusman Center on Saturday, March 13, at 7 p.m., as part of the closing night selection at the Miami International Film Festival.
Advanced tickets for the screening are no longer available for purchase; however, Rush Line tickets can be obtained at the theater on the evening of the screening.
The first Rush Line will be for both the awards ceremony and the film and will be formed at 6 p.m. outside the theater. The Second Rush Line will be for the film only and will form at approximately 7 p.m. All Rush Line tickets are cash only, and access to the screening will cost $26. If you haven’t gotten your ticket yet for this event, a few phone calls to some of your haute film friends might not be a bad idea. We look forward to this screening, along with many others, as this film festival is quickly shaping up to be one of the most memorable to date.
The Secret in Thier Eyes (Trailer)