2022 Miami Film Festival Kicks Off 10-Day Fest with ‘The Good Boss’
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Awards Daily’s Megan McLachlan was in Miami to cover the first weekend of the 39th Annual Miami Film Festival, which kicked off on March 4 with Fernando Leon de Aranoa’s The Good Boss.
In 2020, the Miami Film Festival had to be cut short due to COVID, and while the organizers kicked off this 2022 fest admitting that it’s been a tough couple of years, you wouldn’t know it by the energetic turnout and enthusiasm for this year’s event, which kicked off with Fernando Leon de Aranoa’s The Good Boss.
Prior to the screening, Silverspot Cinema in Downtown Miami was bouncing with movie-goers drinking (and dressed to the nines!) at the luxury theater, which includes a bar area that was packed with people. Inside the actual auditorium for the premiere of The Good Boss (which was Spain’s Oscar entry for International Feature Film), director Leon de Aranoa made a few remarks ahead of the screening of the movie, which stars 2022 Academy Award nominee Javier Bardem.