Hans Morgenstern has contributed to Miami New Times for too many decades, but he's grown to love Miami's arts and culture scene because of it. He is the chair of the Florida Film Critics Circle, and most of his film criticism can be found on Independent Ethos (indieethos.com) if not in New Times.
5 days ago | Culture
It has been 32 years since Oliver Stone’s Platoon hit movie theaters, riding a wave of critical acclaim to four Oscars, including best picture and best director. The movie about the slow destruction of a group of U.S. soldiers in Vietnam remains a...
18 days ago | Art
ArtCenter/South Florida has announced its two first Cinematic Arts Residents. Xavier Medina and Monica Sorelle will each receive $50,000 to produce feature films in the City of Miami. It’s an unprecedented budget for these filmmakers to make indep...
19 days ago | Culture
For its sixth edition, FilmGate is upping its annual interactive media festival to a new level. Last year, the fest premiered 12 virtual reality (VR) experiences. This year FilmGate Interactive Media Festival #06 will offer 50, thanks to a new par...
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Thursday: Put down the potatoes — you have to earn them first! Turkey Trot Miami is back, providing locals with the perfect opportunity for some exercise before properly gaining ten pounds on Thanksgiving. There's a 5K, 10K, and kids' race, all of...
1 month ago | Culture
Much of what makes Wildlife, the feature directorial debut by actor Paul Dano, so distinctive is its look. Capturing suburban Montana in 1960 and the disintegration of a small family through the eyes of the parents’ only son, Wildlife neede...
2 months ago | Art
Poetry is best read aloud. That's a known fact of literary nature. But what becomes of it when it’s stamped into a concrete sidewalk? Miami-based artist Agustina Woodgate devised a scheme to see how that would play out after she won a Knight ...