The Key West Film Festival announced the first four films of its monthly film series, establishing the festival as a truly year round event in Key West. Films will be screened at multiple venues, with an emphasis on modern classics and added content and events to make each screening a celebration of film.


The series kicks off at 7pm on February 24 at Williams Hall, 729 Fleming Street, with a sing-along screening of MOULIN ROUGE, hosted by locally acclaimed drag performer Epiphany. Originally set to screen outdoors at Key West Film Fest of  2021 but was postponed due to weather, the 20th Anniversary screening of the film promises to be a divine event.

Tickets are available here.


The singing keeps going in March, as the Lawn at Perry Hotel in Stock Island brings us back to the academic quad of Rydell High School for the sing-along screening of GREASE. Always a favorite in Key West, your chills will be multiplying under the stars on March 26 at 7:30pm for this free screening.

Bring your hair gel, your poodle skirts, and don’t forget to RSVP here!


Things go sideways in April, literally! Join us for a screening of SIDEWAYS on April 20 at 8pm at Williams Hall, 729 Fleming Street, which will feature a limited number of chef’s table seats prior to the film for an exclusive wine tasting and lite bites with Chef Martha. The dinner will sell out quickly, but all ticket holders will receive on complimentary glass of wine.

Be on the lookout for when the tickets go on sale.


May brings a salute to our service men and women with a screening of TOP GUN at a super secret outdoor venue. Details will follow, but on the heels of the long anticipated release of the new Top Gun movie, we’ll be tipping our wings to the original, which will feature a special introduction from Viper himself, the legendary Tom Skerritt, who was honored with the Golden Key Award for Career Achievement at KWFF 2019.

More details coming to a theater near you!


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