Florida: Humphrey Bogart Film Festival returns to Key Largo


Celebrating the life and films of the man the American Film Institute named “America’s greatest male screen legend,” the Humphrey Bogart Film Festival returns to Key Largo May 1-4. The event marks 66 years since the premiere of the movie Key Largo, starring Bogart and his wife, Lauren Bacall, which was partly filmed on the island. The theme for the second annual festival is “Romance.” Festival host Stephen Bogart, Humphrey Bogart’s son, is slated to join film historian Leonard Maltin to screen Bogart classics.

Details: www.bogartfilmfestival.com.

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