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The Death of Speaking In Cinema with The Death of Louis XIV

Last week, we "spoke in cinema" one last time at the Miami Beach Cinematheque. It was with the cutting-edge Catalan director Albert Serra and...

Storytelling through collaboration – Director Monica Peña discusses filmmaking and upcoming Speaking in Cinema...

Miami’s film scene is not only booming with talented filmmakers, but it is also among the more diverse platforms for filmmakers due to an abundance...

Local artists/filmmakers present free series featuring ‘The New Black Cinema’

It'll be a rainy Memorial Day Weekend in South Florida. What better excuse to head to the movies? Even better? They're free -- not...

Miami Beach Cinematheque unveils its Interactive Archive Project this week

Around the silver screen of the Miami Beach Cinematheque, which presents such daring films such as Zama (read our review here), is an extensive library...

Embrace of the Serpent director talks about casting Amazonian non-actors, cinematic mysticism and the...

Last week, Embrace of the Serpent, a movie that will certainly go down as one of the best films that saw release in the United...

Love is flawed in almost every cinematic way possible — a film review

I’m of the view that Gaspar Noé's 2001 movie Irreversible is nothing more than an exercise in shallow self-indulgence. It’s a cruel film whose real...

Film Review: 'Jodorowsky's Dune' celebrates the creativity necessary to do justice in sci-fi cinema

To many, the new documentary Jodorowsky’s Dune will feel like a nice consolation for the fact that cult filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky never finished his...

Film review: With ‘To the Wonder’ Malick loses sight of cinema for message

I went into To the Wonder with hopeful expectations. I felt moved by Terrence Malick's Tree of Life and its take on life and death and...

How Stanley Kubrick broke the rules of Classical Hollywood cinema and made a better...

Chapter II:  The Decoy Characters and the Frivolity of Obstacles in 2001 Note: this is a continuation from yesterday's post: How Stanley Kubrick broke the rules...

Film review: ‘Tabu’ celebrates story while subverting cinema, dreams and memory

Portuguese filmmaker Miguel Gomes heralds the new year of cinema with a bold film approaching masterpiece greatness. Shot entirely in black and white and featuring...