7 days ago | Art
For over a decade, art dealer Anthony Spinello has presented some of the most groundbreaking and important artists that Miami's art scene has produced, several of whom have found global success. Performance artist Antonia Wright, one of ten a...
12 days ago | Film and TV
Theeb, a foreign-language film from Jordan, made its South Florida debut during Miami Dade College's 32nd-annual Miami International Film Festival (MIFF) earlier this year. During the festival, the film took the screenwriting prize and left audien...
Return to Ithaca Director on Screening in Cuba: "It’s Important That a Cuban Audience Sees the Film"17 days ago | Film and TV
If you live in Miami, there’s no doubt that you’ve noticed the effect of the Castro regime from just 90 miles away. Going on more than 50 years in power, the Castro dictatorship weighs particularly heavy on the generation that remembers the revolu...
1 month ago | Miami International Film Festival
It has been eight years since Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao-hsien’s last movie, The Flight of the Red Balloon. Though that film was told through the perspective of a Chinese student living in Paris, his return to filmmaking couldn’t be more heavily...
1 month ago | Film and TV
Acting as a preview to the yearly film festival being held in March 2016, GEMS boasts a small collection of films screening at the Tower Theater daily starting Thursday through Sunday. "GEMS is the name we came up with to best represent the person...
2 months ago | Film and TV
It's easy to say Miami is a weird city. Its reputation for freakishness is so well known, it seems to have been co-opted by cities like New York and Los Angeles. A shark on public transit? Miami had it first (and bigger). It doesn't matt...