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:
"Drunk and a movie" is the new "dinner and a movie," says Rony M., an Elite Yelper as indicated by his "Elite 12' " status to the right of his mini profile pic. Starting Wednesday, the new Yelp Beret Cinema Club will host its first ever filmophile event at O Cinema. In addition to screening fine ... More >>
Photo by Justin Broadbent This Halloween, O Cinema is bringing one of the most beloved cult films back, keeping it interactive and adding a tropical touch. Organizer Liz Ferrer is taking the geek and freak classic, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and giving it, in her words, "Miami charm." For a ... More >>
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