The Morelia International Film Festival (FICM) is a film festival founded in 2003 in the city of Morelia, capital of the state of Michoacán, Mexico. It aims to promote new talents in national cinema, increasing the cinematographic offer for Mexican and international audiences and to contribute to the promotion of cultural and tourist activities in the state of Michoacán.
The 20th edition of the FICM will take place from October 22 to 29, 2022.
The venues for the 20th edition of FICM are Cinépolis Morelia Centro, Cinépolis Las Américas, Teatro Mariano Matamoros, Centro Cultural Universitario and Plaza Benito Juárez. The virtual venues are Canal 22, Cinépolis Klic and FilminLatino.
The Impulso Morelia section of the Morelia International Film Festival (FICM) presents an exclusive program of Mexican feature films in post-production in order to offer international visibility to the proposals and create a space for the exchange of ideas between Mexican filmmakers and professionals from the film scene world.
See the Guide to purchase tickets.
Anyone can attend the festival. Those who do not have a guest or press badge can gain entry to the screenings by purchasing a ticket at the box office or online.
The general public can acquire the #20FICM Accreditation, which offers these benefits:
1 photo ID #20FICM Accreditation with barcode.
1 commemorative #20FICM tote bag.
1 hand program
1 daily ticket to the movies screened at the festival, redeemable every day between October 23 and 29 2022, at the Cinépolis Morelia Centro and Teatro Mariano Matamoros box offices, between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Valid on all festival movies, at the following venues: Cinépolis Morelia Centro, Cinépolis Las Américas and Teatro Mariano Matamoros.
**This benefit is subject to availability. Check the guide to purchase tickets for FICM, available on this page.
Access to exclusive meeting points for those accredited by the festival, where, depending on each of FICM’S sponsors strategy, you will be able to sample some of their products.
The virtual screenings will be available through www.cinepolisklic.com, www.filminlatino.mx and on television through Channel 22.
Although all screenings are free, in the case of Cinépolis Klic there is a viewing limit. Once that limit is reached, the feature will no longer be available for playback.
Anyone can attend the festival. Those who do not have accreditation can access the screenings by purchasing a ticket at the box office or online.
No. The screenings on Cinépolis Klic, Canal 22 and FilminLatino are free. Screenings at Cinépolis Klic have a limited number of virtual tickets / viewings.
At FICM we are constantly creating content for the festival, talks, expositions and, workshops. We want to invite you to be part of our community.