Brian Deutzman braces himself against the pounding surf just off South Beach and slowly waves his fluorescent-colored metal detector underwater. His eyes narrow as faint electronic beeps resonate in his oversize headphones. Tall, pale, and draped in a thin white shirt, he looks like a combination of ... More >>
As the name suggests, it's quite a melting pot of international artists at the Foreign Exchange party. Among other countries, there's Mexico, represented by Balcazar & Sordo, Venezuela by Fur Coat, Spain by El_Txef_A, and Italy by Lula Circus. But the artist who's scoring the most frequent-flie ... More >>
A quarter-century ago, my old, good buddy Mike Lacey came to Miami and decided to start a weekly paper. He wanted to move here, but a mugger and a prudent wife convinced him cocaine-fueled Miami wasn't the place to raise a family.Today, Lacey bowed out. Along with his partner -- and another guy I co ... More >>
It's only June, but it's already been a banner year for the filmmakers at Borscht. Last month, they showed a short film at Cannes -- Day N Night Out, written by Tarell Alvin McCraney and directed by Lucas Leyva. And one of their films won second place at a contest at this year's Tribeca Film ... More >>
A specter is haunting Cuba. The specter of zombies. You've seen all those protests and hunger strikes. Something's afoot. And that something is flesh-eating, pus-spewing zombies.‚ÄčThat's the premise, anyway, of a new movie that will film in Habana later this year, called Juan of the Dead. In the mo ... More >>
‚ÄčEric (Steve Evets) was once a spry young man who met the love of his life at a dance competition. He's now a graying, slouching postman, slowly losing his mind and stuck caring for two teenage sons. He's so miserable that his fellow postmen stage a little self-help visualization session. It trigg ... More >>
Two decades after the severed ear of Reservoir Dogs, Quentin Tarantino serves up Hitler's head on a plate.
Up close and personal with Humpday star Joshua Leonard.
Robots rock in Daft Punkís Electroma
Cannes 2007 was a success, but how many of its movies will you actually get to see?
Daft Punk plugs in one more time
Nobody Knows painstakingly reveals the horror of child neglect
The brutal, brilliant City of God takes us inside Rio de Janeiro's urban decay
At long last, the Godfather's son makes his first film, and it was not easy
At the French film fest, art and commerce do a nasty mating dance
By keeping us back from the fighting, Kippur gives the audience a new perspective on war