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Miami Film Awards 2019: Local Experts Pick Their Favorites of the Year

9 months ago by Juan Antonio Barquin
For the past half-decade, local film experts — including critics, programmers, professors, and filmmakers — have picked their favorite flicks of the year for the Miami Film Awards. The results were published on the website Dim the House Lights in 2015 and 2016 before moving to New Times in 2017 and 2018. Now they're back to close out the decade.
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At Borscht Is Dead, Miami Creatives Raise Funds for Independent Ethos

3 years ago by Nicole Lopez-Alvar
At this one-night-only event, watch short films produced by Borscht Corporation, mingle with local filmmakers, and bid on auctioned artworks for less than the price of a movie ticket and popcorn.
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Moonlight Producer Andrew Hevia Struggled to Make His Art Basel Hong Kong Documentary

12 months ago by Hans Morgenstern
"Moonlight" producer and Borscht Corp. cofounder Andrew Hevia's documentary "Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window" examines Art Basel’s nascent Hong Kong fair and how it relates to that city’s artists.
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What to See and What to Skip at Miami Film Festival Gems 2019

12 months ago by Juan Antonio Barquin
The Miami Film Festival is back with its annual Gems — a weekend of movie premieres showing at the Tower Theater. Perhaps the most anticipated of these screenings is Pedro Almodóvar's Pain and Glory, which will open the four-day minifestival Thursday, October 10. But as New Times film critics Juan...
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Borscht Diez's Coral Orgy With Animal Collective Lured Audiences Into a Trippy Trance

4 years ago by Hans Morgenstern
The New World Symphony’s home in Miami Beach has seen many interesting performances over the years. But none of them matched the event Borscht Corp., III Points, Coral Morphologic, and Animal Collective, among other musicians, threw together for Friday night.
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The Farewell Director Lulu Wang on the "Surreal" Experience of 100% Fresh

1 year ago by Hans Morgenstern
Writer/director Lulu Wang is having a 100% Fresh moment on Rotten Tomatoes. The Farewell marks only the second film by the New World School of the Arts alum, who grew up in Miami after emigrating from Beijing with her family when she was 6. She now lives in Los Angeles but recently returned to her former hometown to work the hype for the followup to her 2015 debut feature, Posthumous.
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Borscht Corp. Alumni Get Into Sundance With Five New Films

5 years ago by Hans Morgenstern
When it comes to Miami indie film production, everyone knows Borscht Corp. has been on a roll. Yesterday, the Sundance Film Festival  announced that it has accepted an unprecedented five films from the filmmaking collective to premiere at next month’s festival in Park City, Utah. Four short films and a...
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Slamdance Film Festival to Stage a Miami Edition in 2020

1 year ago by Hans Morgenstern
Slamdance, the alternative to Sundance, is coming to Miami for an extended weekend of films selected by local programmers and created by local and neighboring filmmakers.
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Dolby Atmos Arrives at Silverspot Downtown Miami

1 year ago by Hans Morgenstern
It was an ironic warm up to an immaculate cinematic sound experience: the din of a chatty Miami crowd feasting on free food and Prosecco. At one end of the bar/lobby on the third floor of the Silverspot Cinema representatives from Miami-Dade County congratulated management of the newly expanded Downtown...
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Amy Seimetz and Jason Clarke on Pet Sematary: "This Is Some Crazy Sh*t"

2 years ago by Hans Morgenstern
Australian actor Jason Clarke can’t get over how much art has influenced life in Miami. “It’s exactly like Michael Mann’s Miami Vice. I’ve seen so many [Ferrari] Testarossas so far, I’m out of my mind,” he declares. Tampa-born actress Amy Seimetz, a filmmaker known to Miami audiences for her work...

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