3 days ago | Film and TV
Well, folks, a month of horror and cooler air approaches and, boy, is it a fun one for the classics. With the Halloween spirit all around the place, an abundance of horror hits Miami, but it's not solely limited to that. Without further ado, here ...
8 days ago | Film and TV
"I specialize in Aaron Sorkin jokes. They never fail at parties," says filmmaker Leslye Headland over the phone while discussing her pop culture jokes in Sleeping With Other People. After hearing the joke, audiences either laugh-out-loud or wonder...
11 days ago | Film and TV
To witness Soy Cuba (I Am Cuba) is to witness another era entirely, a realm that, for better or worse, no longer exists. Long, dreamlike shots that trail through locations both gorgeous and destitute, offering up four short stories that were...
15 days ago | Interview
Jumping right into conversation with Anna Muylaert, whose latest film Que Horas Ela Volta (The Second Mother) is making waves worldwide and was just picked as Brazil's Foreign Oscar submission, was as easy as pie. With her film playing the Brazili...
19 days ago | History
Miami Vice is undoubtedly a show that has proven pretty influential over the years. It brought a fascinating and new aesthetic to cop procedural shows during the 1980s. Not only was it essential in the world of television, but it helped boost Sout...
22 days ago | Film and TV
It's been some time now since David Oyelowo was nominated for a number of awards for his performance as Martin Luther King Jr.–- and snubbed at the Oscars — but the actor shows no signs of stopping. Last year, alongside Selma, he was featured in f...