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Miami New Times' Mastermind Awards honors the city's most inspiring creatives. This year, we received more than 150 submissions, which our staff narrowed to an elite group of 30. We'll be profiling our honorable mentions, and eventually the finalists, in the weeks to come. This year's three Mastermi ... More >>
It's almost over, Cultist readers. After today, we'll no longer inundate you with reminders about our MasterMind Awards, and how great they are, and how you should submit to them right this second because honestly, and we're not just saying this, but you are, like, talented and stuff, and you des ... More >>
Psst. Artists. Filmmakers. Choreographers, music-makers, creative types of all sorts. Are you listening? Good, because we have important news -- the kind of news that could earn you some sweet cash.For weeks, we've been telling you about the MasterMind awards. And for weeks, you've probably been ... More >>
"Miami's arts scene is really developing these days." It's a sentiment we've been hearing for so long that it's damn near a cliche. But that doesn't make it any less true. The creative types who call South Florida home have been transforming our city into a unique and fascinating community for ar ... More >>
The new year is upon us, with all the hopes and dreams that accompany it. Maybe you've resolved to lose weight. Maybe you've resolved finally stop drinking so damn much. Here at Cultist, we support neither of those goals. But there is one resolution we can help out with: helping you make more and ... More >>
For the past two years, we've supported the city's quickly evolving art scene with the MasterMind Awards, modest grants that honor the people and projects in the community that are making the biggest impact on visual arts, music, film, and beyond. This week, the submission period for the 2012 Mas ... More >>
Starting today, the American Black Film Festival takes over the Ritz-Carlton as its headquarters and will screen films at Lincoln Road's Colony Theatre and the Española Way's Miami Beach Cinematheque through Saturday. But with 17 films, a shorts competition, workshops, and symposiums, you can't mak ... More >>
The collective is an animal.Whether you're overworked or unemployed, take a deep breath because the weekend is finally here. But, to paraphrase Les Claypool, weekends don't mean so much when you're unemployed, 'cept you get to hang out with your working friends. So make some plans to get together ... More >>
Back in February, we awarded the Borscht Film Festival a Mastermind genius grant of $1,000. We're happy to announce the money was put to good use. Lucas Leyva, minister of the interior for Borscht, reports that the cash helped them pay the costs to get two CCCV shorts submitted to Cannes 2010. (The ... More >>
via myspaceFridayAdmit it. The last art fair you went to was almost four months ago. Get back on the horse. Go see Arteamericas, 40 galleries under one roof. It'll be like the Mall of Americas, but with paintings in place of halter tops.King Britt, dance music extraordinaire and one time DJ for D ... More >>
And toast to Tuesdays at Palme DOr.
And let her charm you at the Arsht
See the brilliant light of Carlos Reygadas
This sizzling flick at the MBC is all about cheaters.
Americans get skunked at Cannes, notwithstanding Leo, George, Brad, and Angelina
The Miami International Film Festival wants to be a Latin movie marketplace