From gritty documentaries and hard-hitting dramas to quirky Miami stories and independent films, this year felt more experimental than in years’ past.
Film + Art
To help feed my summer wanderlust, I’ve turned to some of my favorite movies set in Italy, France, and Spain.
“Cristo Rey” and “Whitey: The United States v. James J. Bulger” shine among a strong group of films.
Lindsay Lohan’s latest flick, co-starring porn star James Deen, is only shocking because it’s so boring.
The documentary on the cult icon will make its South Florida debut Friday, May 3, 2013, at the Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.
Gael García Bernal stars in “NO,” one of the many excellent films at this year’s festival, which included more than 130 films from 41 countries.
Each year, the Miami International Film Festival showcases nearly 150 films from around the globe. Here are 11 tips to help you navigate the scene.
With the release of Titanic 3D, I’m transported back to my 15-year-old self. This movie, I’ll admit, has a special place in my heart.
I didn’t see any of the films that won prizes, but there were still some wonderful surprises.
To start the Miami International Film Festival off right, I attended the Patrón XO Cafe Noir Opening Night Party.