The Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival boasts several distinctions. First off, it’s considered one of the best regional film festivals in the world, screening over 100 works annually. Secondly, the Festival holds the world record for longest film event — it clocks in at right around 28 days, with shows spanning from Boca Raton to Miami. And lastly, well, it’s in Florida, so it’s a bit more laid-back, but still exciting, than the average film festival.
This year’s Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival kicks off on [ October 16th, 2000, ] and doesn’t feel like letting up until [ November 12th, 2000. ] The roster of special events, parties, and workshops is ever-changing, but past special guests include Kevin Spacey, Richard Attenborough, and many others. Tickets for Festival events will soon be available online, but for now, the [ the Ft. Lauderdale Festival website. ] does provide information on levels of Fest membership, the history of the event, and an upcoming schedule.

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