Friday, November 22, 2019

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

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...

Alejandro Jodorowsky replies to my questions via email, Part 2 –...

It was deadline day, and like magic, after almost a month waiting for his response via email, the legendary filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky finally responded to...

A conversation with actor Scott Haze on his "crazy" role in...

One of this year's most startling films has to be Child of God. It took a while for this film critic to warm up...

Miami Filmmaker Carla Forte on shooting hundreds of dogs in action...

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...

The Death of Louis XIV presents patiently beautiful portrait of death...

Catalan filmmaker Albert Serra’s brilliant The Death of Louis XIV immediately establishes what it’s about without a single clear image of a human being....

Brontis Jodorowsky on the psychomagic of 'Dance of Reality,' training for...

The way Brontis Jodorowsky explains it, his father’s new film, The Dance of Reality, is much more than a cinematic adaptation of the memoir...

Jodorowsky heals psychic wounds with fabulist recreation of childhood in ‘Dance...

Although cinema is filled with singular voices, few have the distinct style emblematic of the auteur. Alejandro Jodorowsky is one such director. After a...

Film Review: ‘Hide Your Smiling Faces’ presents resonant images of darkness...

Most of us are frightened of dying because we don't know what it means to live. We don't know how to live, therefore we...

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

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...