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March Events...

  • Aks International Minorities Festival, Film – Art – Dialogue
  • Ambulante Film Festival
  • And What? Queer. Arts. Festival
  • Ann Arbor Film Festival
  • ARTANGO International Queer Festival
  • Athena Film Festival
  • Bendigo Queer Film Festival
  • BFI Flare
  • Borderlines Film Festival
  • Brisbane Queer Film Festival
  • Cartagena International Film Festival
  • Cinekink NYC
  • CineQ Queer Film Festival
  • Cinequest Film Festival
  • CINEVERSATIL
  • Dublin International Film Festival
  • Festival Écrans Mixtes
  • FrightFest Glasgow
  • Glasgow Film Festival
  • Glasgow Short Film Festival
  • Human Rights Watch Film Festival
  • Madeira Film Festival
  • Manchester Film Festival
  • Massimadi Bruxelles
  • Mawjoudin Queer Film Festival
  • Melbourne Queer Film Festival
  • Muskoka Queer Film Festival
  • New York No Limits
  • OutlantaCon
  • Palm Springs International Film Festival
  • POW Film Fest
  • Pride Films and Plays Film Festival
  • PRIDE Queer Film Festival
  • Queergestreift Filmfestival
  • Roze Film Dagen / Pink Film Days
  • Salem Film Fest
  • Salento Rainbow Film Fest
  • Santa Barbara International Film Festival
  • Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival
  • Sofia International Film Festival
  • Sonoma International Film Festival
  • South by Southwest: SXSW
  • Tampere Short Film Festival
  • Teddy Award
  • Thessaloniki Documentary Festival
  • Toronto Queer Film Festival
  • True/False Film Festival
  • Watsonville Film Festival
  • Women's International Film & Arts Festival
  • ZagrebDox
  • Zinegoak Bilbao International GLT Film Festival
Cartagena International Film Festival

Cartagena International Film Festival


Oscar-Qualifier:

Best Short Animation - Golden Catalina Indian
Best Short Fiction - Golden Catalina Indian


Since its creation in 1960, FICCI has welcomed and celebrated bold and novel perspectives in Ibero-American and World Cinema, with a specific focus on the development of Colombian films and their international reach. The festival has served as a meeting point for diverse views and has received directors from the region and the world ranging from Alejandro González Iñárritu and Carlos Reygadas, to Apichatpong Weerasethakul, among many others.