Cartagena Film Festival

See Through the Lens of Latin America’s Most Important Film Festival - 05 March 2020

For more than half a century, Festival Internacional de Cine de Cartagena de Indias (FICCI) has shone an illuminating spotlight on filmmaking and some of its most important creations. Throw yourself into the lights, cameras and action at the oldest film festival in the region and enjoy a glittering showbiz event that takes place every year in March.

  • Who Will Enjoy It

    Film fanatics and people who want to experience the vibrant filmmaking culture of Latin America.

  • The Details

    Date: 05 Mar, 2020

    Time: 10:00-23:00

    Price : VIP Pass USD$50

    Address: Centro


    The five-day Cartagena Film Festival and celebration of the silver screen will not only give you a chance to see some of the best movies in Latin America, but also mingle with the Colombian Beau Monde and a sprinkling of well-known international celebrities.

    A handy timetable will show you which films are playing at the various locations across Old Town. Choose your favourites and conveniently skip between showings. If you’re worried you’ll miss out on some great films because you don’t speak Spanish, fear not – many of them have English subtitles.

    You can also expect to find workshops, special events and film premiers, as well as educational talks that will give you insight into new trends in filmmaking. Where there are celebs there are also a host of late-night parties and red-carpet soirees.

    While the festival is essentially free, a VIP pass will set you back about USD$50. This gives you priority entry into any film shown during the festival – a great way to avoid the queues and ensure you get to see everything you want to.


  • Centro

    Cartagena's nerve centre serves up breathtaking colonial architecture, the city's top attractions, finest hotels, eateries and drinking dens as well as being the administrative and cultural heart of the city. 

    Centro has lost none of its importance thanks to the universal lure of its colonial pomp and the concentration of government buildings, hotels, tourist attractions, bars and restaurants in the area. 

    Cartagena's finest hotels and restaurants have taken over the uber-casas built by slave traders and Spanish plunderers in the 17th century. 

    The richest residents knocked up stunning two and three-storey mansions by the westernmost tip of the walled city, where they bagged the sea breeze and first whiff of pirates. Today only those at the very top of Colombia's rich list can afford to maintain these opulent houses in their original residential state.

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