Miami Underground Film Fest

Wood, Jennifer M.
July 2007
MovieMaker;Summer2007, Vol. 14 Issue 70, p108
The article reports on the Miami Underground film festival (MUFF) held in Miami, Florida. MUFF founder and director Rafael Diaz-Wagner states that the festival will always cater to truly independent filmmakers. During the event, Ken Takahashi's controversial film "Gary's Touch" won three awards, which include the Best Short, Best Actor and Best Actress awards.


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