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Humphrey Bogart Film Festival


Honoring The Man, his films, his life, and the golden era of cinema…in a tropical paradise with a stunning climate…that is the Humphrey Bogart Film Festival. 

As observed by two time festival guest Leonard Maltin (the man who declared Casablanca “the best Hollywood movie of all time”), the Humphrey Bogart Film Festival presents these classic films like they were meant to be seen: “on the big screen.” The larger-than-life presentations are offered in traditional movie theaters, a one-of-a-kind “Ricks Café” themed venue, and outside, on a giant screen, under the stars next to the Gulf of Mexico. Imagine that moment…watching the Bogart classic “Key Largo,” in Key Largo, next to the waters Bogie navigated in the classic movie for which this island was named.

The festival also presents a variety of special events including cocktail receptions, round table discussions, Saturday evening dancing and dining, and, finally, a closing brunch overlooking the breathtaking waters of the Florida Keys. In  between catching a movie or attending an event, the true Bogart aficionados somehow find time to take a cruise on the original African Queen, which makes its home port Key Largo. 



Celebrate Bogie and Bacall in Key Largo

For fans of Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, one of America’s all-time great screen couples, Key Largo is the place to be in late October. Festival attendees can discover the best of Bogie and Bacall in — where else? — Key Largo. That’s not just because Key Largoshares its name with one of Bogie and Bacall’s iconic films, though the connection to the classic is undeniable. It’s also because the island at the head of the Florida...