Monday, December 17, 2018

Art Basel Miami Beach announces details of its 2016 film program...

Art Basel Miami Beach has announced details of its 2016 film component, and it includes a local favorite. Jillian Mayer's viral 2011 short film, "I am...

From movies to film slides, Obsolete Media Miami offers a treasure...

The past, nostalgia, memories and history are all very distinctive things, but embodying it all is Obsolete Media Miami. Called OMM for short, the...

Key West Film Festival wraps 5th year with brilliant films big...

The Key West Film Festival celebrated its fifth annual iteration this past week. It’s a special kind of film festival in that it arrives...

Borscht is Dead: The artists and works in our silent auction

Having covered the local art scene in Miami for a few years, this writer has been fortunate to have met some extraordinary talents the...

Oscar preview: Borscht, Moonlight and ‘the power of Miami’s filmmaking community’

The 10th edition of the Borscht Film Festival winds down this Sunday with great anticipation (read a report I wrote on Animal Collective’s appearance...

34th Miami Film Festival premiered quality films seeking distribution

It’s a bit of a challenge to cover a film festival when you come down with bronchitis while also moving from one location in...

Jillian Mayer on inspiration, from the medium of film and upcoming...

This month, The Miami Beach Cinematheque will hold its seventh installment of its Knight Foundation sponsored discussion series called Speaking In Cinema. Usually, the bi-monthly...

Miami-born Director Kelly Reichardt talks about finding inspiration in her hometown...

  Writer-director Kelly Reichardt recently premiered Certain Women at Sundance, where it was picked up by IFC Films for U.S. distribution and Sony for worldwide release....

Borscht is Dead: the short films, part 1

Borscht is Dead: Curated by Indie Ethos & Collab With Choose954 is on its way, and it’s time to reveal some of the line-up....

FilmGate continues to create opportunities for Miami film community with new...

As soon as I arrive at their studio downtown, FilmGate executive director Diliana Alexander offers me water, coffee or beer. “Not on the job,” I...