Will the Academy really, really like it?
Remember the TV game show where contestants pick between unmarked doors? The Sundance Film Festival can feel that way. Despite the program notes and pre-festival buzz, you can't easily predict what you'll find. Attending the 2012 edition last week, I uncovered these highlights:
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 >>
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 >>
The Miami International Film Festival, which ended Sunday, has announced its competition winners. The Best Miami Mini Film was awarded to Where It Stops by local filmmaker Kyle Shea. As you'll see in the above clip, it's an intense and uncomfortable short film about aging. Yet with all the gambling ... More >>
The Miami International Film Festival (MIFF) has announced their program of films even though you, the general public, won't be able to buy tickets until February 19th. As usual, the 10-day festival has a strong Ibero-American focus, featuring many big screen creations from Spain, Portugal, and L ... More >>
The Miami Short Film Festival is back!
Cine en español hits the Tower Theater.
The Miami International Film Festival may have finally arrived on Hollywood's radar.
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Purvis Young gets mad props at FLIFF
Raising Victor Vargas draws remarkable performances from an untrained cast
Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival