America's food system sucks and people are totally over it. In fact, they're Fed Up, an attitude epitomized by the new documentary of the same name. The heralded documentary premieres at O Cinema Miami Shores this Friday, presented by Seed Food & Wine Festival, and will feature a post-flick Skype Q ... More >>
Diversity is the name of the game in MIFF's impressive short film program.
Launched in 2011, The O, Miami Poetry Festival set out to bridge the gap between contemporary poetry and the Greater Miami audience. "Contemporary poetry is so diverse, fascinating and dynamic" said P. Scott Cunningham, founder and director of The University of Wynwood which produces the biannual po ... More >>
Dinner and a movie is a pairing as time-worn as bread and butter. But instead of the usual Netflix and Chinese take-out you and the SO have settled into, why not step out for some cultural enrichment and real grub instead? O Cinema's March installment of its OMG Dinner & a Movie will feature a ... More >>
Since nothing says late-night treats like fresh, popcorn and homemade baked goods, O Cinema is the perfect spot to screen this weekend's showing of "Sleepwalk with Me" ($10.50), by indie comic Mike Birbiglia, co-produced by This American Life's Ira Glass. The independent cinema's traditional-meets- ... More >>
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:
The city's top politician visits new Wynwood galleries.
See the seminal Mala Noche, thanks to MGLFF
Evil condo developers, Cuban city builders, and more about Art Teele