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IndieEthos Insiders Tour 5: I, Daniel Blake breaks hearts with humanistic awareness of ‘the...

Politics and cinema has never mattered more to the British social-realist director Ken Loach. It was the election of a conservative government that brought him...

Best movies of 2017 – first half

We're halfway through the year, and I've just reviewed 19 films this year -- not counting festival recaps, like this and this. Looking ahead...

IndieEthos Insiders Tour 3: Toni Erdmann uses humor as lifeblood — a film review

Below the surface of its brilliantly timed screwball humor, the German Oscar contender Toni Erdmann holds a tender story of staying true to family....

Neruda blends fact and fiction for refreshing test of the biopic — a film...

Last year, Chilean director Pablo Larraín made his English language debut with an unorthodox biopic on Jacqueline Kennedy (Jackie uses strong performance, meticulous staging...

Is Miami’s film scene big enough for counter-programming against Miami Film Festival?

You know Miami’s film scene is thriving when counter-programming rears its glorious head. After all, what would Slamdance be without Sundance? On the advent...

Poorgrrrl’s lies, art and the grift of the spectacle — a III Points music...

“Reality rises up within the spectacle, and the spectacle is real.” --GUY DEBORD, THE SOCIETY OF THE SPECTACLE Miami performance artist Tara Long is apologizing...

Watch the Sundance-selected, Miami-made short “The Sun Like a Big Dark Animal” plus a...

It's been a while since I first saw the short film "El sol como un gran animal oscuro" or "The Sun Like a Big...

Miami International Film Festival announces 2016 line up

Today, Miami Dade College's Miami International Film Festival announced its line-up for the 33rd edition of the festival, taking place at various venues across...

Return to Ithaca presents a vivid and intense portrait of a life lived in...

To live in Miami is to know the Cuban exile experience, whether you want to or not. You can't avoid it here. The croquetas...

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...