Juan Antonio Barquin
Juan Antonio Barquin co-runs a film criticism site, Dim the House Lights, and works as an arts writer for New Times. He aspires to be Bridget Jones and loves genre flicks.
7 days ago | Culture
From big-budget blockbusters to indie films, here's your guide to the movies opening in Miami theaters this week. "Cold War." Pawel Pawlikowski, whose movie "Ida" won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film in 2015, has returned with a much light...
8 days ago | Culture
I think I was ten years old the first time I saw Eyes Wide Shut. I was sick in a hotel in Orlando, probably delusional from cough medication and exhaustion while my family was out having dinner. Flipping through the channels, I ended up on either ...
10 days ago | Culture
For the past few decades, director Christian Petzold has been delivering a consistent stream of fascinating works of art. His latest, Transit, is an adaptation of Anna Seghers' novel, described as "an existential, political, literary thriller that...
21 days ago | Culture
The Miami Jewish Film Festival returns this month with an exciting and progressive lineup, punctuated by spotlights on women and first-time filmmakers, live music performances, and other events. It'll be impossible to catch all 80 films during the...
23 days ago | Culture
Miami's annual film review has returned. The tradition of polling a collection of local film experts, including critics and programmers who work for numerous publications, festivals, and cinemas in the city, was published on the website Dim the Ho...
4 months ago | Things To Do
It’s a real American Horror Story when there aren’t any good events in town. But Miami has plenty this October for you to explore, especially if you’re into cinema. Spend every night that isn’t Halloween (and, well, maybe Halloween too) in a movie...