Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Miami Film Festival’s GEMS announces this year’s titles

Courtesy Sony Pictures Classics October in our area of South Florida marks the beginning of the roll out...

Billy Croben on the inspiration of child actors in Screwball and...

In my recent Miami New Times review of the new documentary Screwball, I praised the filmmakers’ decision to incorporate children in their reenactments of...

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...

Lisa Leone, Renaissance lady of Eyes Wide Shut talks working with...

Miami has a living connection to Stanley Kubrick’s final film Eyes Wide Shut. Lisa Leone is the Vice President of Artistic Programs at The...

Miami Jewish Film Festival will celebrate 20 years with as many...

One of the biggest film festivals in Miami is one many would think is relegated to a particular audience: Jews living in Miami. In...

Miami solo musician Xela Zaid evolves as he searches for raw...

Local gem Xela Zaid has long been one of the most innovative musicians working the Miami music scene, from his early career as a...

5 recommendations at Miami Film Fest + New indie rock –...

It's been a while since I've been on Jolt Radio with a new episode of "The Independent Ethos Radio Hour." Reviewing movies for Miami...

Virgo talks colors, inspiration and new music — a III Points...

Walking the trails of Simpson Park in the Brickell neighborhood of Miami you will find fragments of seashells in the gravel path winding through...

South Florida to host its first horror film fest: Popcorn Frights...

Just in time to warm up South Florida for Halloween, comes the Popcorn Frights Film Festival. It marks the region's first film festival dedicated...

Local spotlight: Harnessing the monstrous “instru-metal” sound of Holly Hunt on...

Whether the couple behind the music of Holly Hunt realizes it or not, they treat their instruments as channels into something beyond simple music....