Habana Abierta, the supergroup made up of Cuba's premier rock and roll pioneers, prepares for international stardom
Orta oughta know Miami-style jazz
The Miami International Film Festival wants to be a Latin movie marketplace
Were talking serious jazz screenings
Despite uneven film quality, this year's festival was an unqualified success
Miami International Film Festival
Nicole Guillemet has proved that she can direct the Miami International Film Festival; maybe next year we'll be talking about the movies
Martirio carries the old-school torch
The frustrated filmmaker and musician finds fulfillment in the recording studio
Miami's Gay and Lesbian Film Fest mysteriously ousts its founder
From the week of February 13, 2002
Poland versus Chediak: There was plenty of drama at the Nineteenth Annual Miami Film Festival
The Miami Film Festival's new director tells his critics to wait and see
Jazz Film Festival
Miami Film Festival favorite Calle 54 comes to a theater near you
From Calle 54 to Calle Ocho
Kids in Exile: Right-winging it
The problem isn't the new multiplex coming to Lincoln Road. It's that Miami has no indie film scene. At it's not getting better.
When he appeared in Miami last year, jazz pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba ignited a firestorm of controversy. Though he now lives in South Florida, he just wants to play music, not politics.
Chico O'Farrill. Bebo Valds. Prez Prado. Cachao. A vibrant musical era was swallowed by the revolution, but not before the Panart record company put it on a platter.
Under the direction of rocker Bill Orcutt, the Alliance for Media Arts keeps the faith for Miami's cinema aficionados