Film & TV

Films to Check Out at the Miami Jewish Film Festival 2015

We've already written about our excitement over the films at the Miami Jewish Film Festival and interviewed festival director Igor Shteyrenberg, but we haven't had a chance to talk about what we're looking forward to, as well as what we've checked out and loved. With MJFF already underway, it's about time we go over the festival highlights and what screenings are left to check out.

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Juan Antonio Barquin is a Miami-based writer who programs the queer film series Flaming Classics and serves as co-editor of Dim the House Lights. Barquin aspires to be Bridget Jones.