Film enthusiasts living in a Pompano Beach home can experience a portion of the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival at the Pompano Beach Cultural Center. The Pompano Beach Cultural Affairs Department will present Two Days of FLIFF, featuring Walk a Mile in My Shoes. Guests in attendance will be able to view a collection of seven short films that depict the lives of people of color. This event will take place on November 6th, 2021. The film screening will start at 2 p.m. and a Q&A with guests will begin at 3:30 p.m.
Free Film Screening for Those Living in Pompano Beach
This event is free, however you do need to register. The seven short films that will be featured include Los Pantines, Fireburn the Documentary, The Conversation Remix: For Our Girls, A Conversation with Black Women, Wade in the Water: Drowning in Racism 2021, Rest Area, The Farmer and the Lightning Storm, and He wants to Know My Name. At the conclusion of the screening, guests will be able to participate in a Q&A session.
The 36th annual Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival will present American indies and studio films, student films, international films, seminars, special tributes, and more. The festival will run November 5th through 21st. Those living in Pompano Beach real estate can consider making the short drive to Fort Lauderdale or another participating city to experience more of the festival. This is considered one of the most important regional film festivals in the United States, and 200 films will be screened in Fort Lauderdale, St. Augustine, Hollywood, Sunrise, and The Bahamas. Everyone living in a Pompano Beach home is invited to take part in the festivities. Find more details about the Pompano Beach screenings here, as well as a link to more information about the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival.