The Maine International Film Festival (MIFF) Releases its 2018 Program
Now available on the new MIFF website, the 2018 MIFF Program includes the official schedule of Festival films, collaborative programing, special events and more
Waterville, Maine —The Maine International Film Festival (MIFF), Maine’s oldest, largest, and most-beloved film festival, is pleased to announce the much-anticipated release of its 2018 MIFF Program Guide on the new MIFF website (www.MIFF.org) in advance of this year’s 21st annual event. The 2018 MIFF Program Guide contains a full list of Festival films, with details on signature MIFF events including the Opening Night celebration, the Centerpiece Gala, and the Closing Night ceremonies. The 2018 MIFF Program Guide also contains information on the 21st Annual MIFF Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, Dominique Sanda, and provides details on some of the Festival’s most anticipated film screenings including the always-popular Rediscovery series, the World Filmmakers’ Forum, and the Maine, International, and Animated shorts programs.
For this first time ever, the 2018 MIFF Program Guide is available on a mobile-first, smartphone-friendly platform, allowing Festival attendees to take full advantage of the free downtown Waterville WIFI to access the Festival program by phone while anywhere downtown. The website also features an easy-to-use ticketing system for the Festival, helpful links to information about previous years’ programs, and includes video highlights of the MIFF experience. The 2018 MIFF Festival Program can be accessed at https://www.miff.org/2018-film-program/
“Where else can you see premiere screenings of hot upcoming late-summer, fall and winter theatrical releases like The Children Act, starring Emma Thompson and the new version of Papillon starring Charlie Hunnam and Rami Malek, as well as the most exciting, cutting-edge new films from the America all the world over, and sparkling new restorations of some of the greatest movies ever made, seen as they should be seen?” challenged Festival programming director, Ken Eisen.
Festival passes are now on sale on the MIFF website at https://www.miff.org/.
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About the Maine International Film Festival
The 21st annual Maine International Film Festival will be held in Waterville, Maine from July 13-22 at Railroad Square Cinema and the Waterville Opera House. During the 10 days of the festival, MIFF features nearly 100 films, representing the best of American and International independent cinema and spotlighting some of Maine and New England’s most innovative filmmakers. Maine International Film Festival is a project of the Maine Film Center, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to enrich, educate and entertain the community through film and art.