With the Miami International Film Festival (MIFF) right around the corner, our collective mouths are officially watering for Lee Brian Schrager's inaugural Culinary Cinema, where we'll get to indulge in three flicks hand-picked for foodie film buffs. And to make sure the audience is happy and well ... 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 >>
Catherine Keener has played the smart, neurotic gal in so many indie flicks, we assumed she was born in the land of Woody Allen -- New York City. But the actress was actually born and raised right here in Miami. She's a graduate of Hialeah's Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High School. (We voted ... More >>
Granny GrimmThe SoBe Wine & Food fest and Miami International Film Festival will consume your next two weekends, so this weekend, you have our permission to take it easy. Kick back and screen some Oscar-nominated shorts, and catch a few of the concerts making their way through our clubs and a ... More >>
So the Borscht Film Festival rejected your heart-rending short film about a poetry professor who loses his cat to cancer. You just gonna sit there and cry about it? Or are you going to show those cocky bastards what real filmmaking looks like?Now's your chance. Until December 31, the Miami Intern ... More >>
You know how Michael Benjamin Bay got his start? He made a short film about a helicopter flying into the sunset:Which he parlayed into multi-million dollar box office smashes. This is how it works, fledgling film directors. You make a kick-ass short. People take notice.That's why you should enter th ... More >>
Experimental film at MOCA
Be grateful your life is too bland for a biography.
Stimulate your senses at New Times Artopia.
If you bump into Lucrecia Martel at the Miami International Film Festival, don't ask her about metaphors
A new wave of Latin cinema says so long to the Left
Believe the hype, says Film Fest director Nicole Guillemet. Latin cinema is poised to conquer the U.S. with Miami as its gateway.
Poland versus Chediak: There was plenty of drama at the Nineteenth Annual Miami Film Festival
Back to vaudeville and the glory days of cinema at the Gusman Center
Jazz Film Festival
A Latin voice comes through loud and clear at this year's FIU Miami International Film Festival
A hard cell
Kids in Exile: Right-winging it
With films from fourteen countries, the Miami Film Festival features a volatile mix of love, lust, and crime