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THE BEATLES: Eight Days a Week. The Touring Years, 4K restoration and digitally remastered/ A 30 minutes concert of The Beatles’ performance from Shea Stadium 1965 is an in-theater exclusive bonus. From June of 1962 to the time the band quit touring in August of 1966, the Beatles performed 815 times in 15 different countries and 90 cities around the world. From Academy Award-winning director Ron Howard.Cult-Movies new art circuits’ section.
Eight recent Venezuelan Movies Festival from September 23 to September 29. At 7 or 9 pm or both. Check here for more information: https://www.facebook.com/CinemaVenezuelaInaternacional. The films are: El Malquerido, Paquete #3, Hasta que la Muerte nos Separe, Memorias de un Soldado, El Infierno de Gaspar Mendoza, Lo que lleva el Rio, La Casa del Fin de los Tiempos and Km 72.
Miami Beach SoundScape Cinema Series presents the new season of Free Films Under the Stars. Starting on October 5th at 8 pm with Brooklyn (2015). A beach chair or towel is all moviegoers will need to enjoy cinema under the stars on the beautifully manicured grounds of SoundScape. The films are projected onto a 7,000 square foot wall of the New World Center through a freestanding state-of-the art visual and audio system.Subscribe to receive text updates on the movie series by texting MBFilm to 91011.
RPM Project Solo Exhibition: The House Inside My Head. Video, Sound and sculpture by Rhonda Mitrani, Patricia Schnall Gutiérrez and Marina Font.For centuries, social conditions have placed women and the roles associated with the feminine character, in the house.
Directed by Philippe Niang. French with English Subtitles. At only eight years-old, Toussaint Louverture was marked forever after witnessing a grave tragedy befall his enslaved father. Over two decades later—as an adult and a free man—Louverture enlists his military genius and political acumen to lead the first successful slave uprising that led to the independence of Haiti. For the past several years, Ayiti Images has been using film as a platform to expose the greater South Florida community to a more positive and varied image of the Haitian experience. Films selected for the series are highly acclaimed and award-winning works capturing authentic aspects of Haitian life. Many are by Haitian filmmakers.
Cult Movies Films & Hours here: http://www.gablescinema.com/coming-soon/. You can also call the info line: 786 385 9689. There is a covered garage with ample parking immediately next door to the Cinema. Rates are $1.00 per hour, $2.00 per hour every hour after 4 hours, and $12 maximum (or if you lose your ticket). Patrons who park in the garage can self-validate in our lobby.
Music historians consider The Great American Songbook along with jazz to be the most important contributions made to American music in the 20th Century. The SFSO continues the series with classic beloved songs from songwriters like Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, George and Ira Gershwin, Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen +.
Through February 28. Abstract, Mayan, and Surreal Works. Benjamin Cañas (El Salvador, 1933 – 1987).
Directed by Jean Renoir. The roguish publisher of a debt-ridden magazine (Jules Berry) disappears and is presumed dead following a railroad accident.A delightful 80-year-old French classic, as fresh as today’s headlines.
A Fantastic Woman – Coral Gables Art Cinema (260 Aragon Ave.), 4 & 7 pm. Marina and Orlando are in love and planning for the future. Marina is a young waitress and aspiring singer. Orlando is 20 years older than her and owns a printing company. After celebrating Marina’s birthday one evening, Orlando falls seriously ill. Marina rushes him to the emergency room, but he passes away just after arriving at the hospital. Instead of being able to mourn her lover, suddenly Marina is treated with suspicion. The doctors and Orlando’s family don’t trust her. A woman detective investigates Marina to see if she was involved in his death. Orlando’s ex-wife forbids her from attending the funeral.
Miami Dade College’s Miami Film Festival and Adaptive Studios will team up on Tuesday, June 5 for a special screening of the first two episodes of GROWN at MDC’s Tower Theater Miami, followed by a panel and Q&A session and a reception. GROWN creators and stars Edson Jean and Joshua Jean-Baptiste, New World School of the Arts college theater alumni will be in attendance.
Opening Celebration, Saturday September 15: 3 – 6 pm (September 15 – April 21) Grids: A Selection of Paintings by Lynne Golob Gelfman, a collection of approximately 25 paintings by Miami-based artist Lynne Golob Gelfman. The most comprehensive show by Gelfman to date, the exhibition will showcase paintings the artist has produced over the last two decades, as well as examples of early works from the late 1960s and early 70s—the majority of which have never been seen publicly before.
(September 22 – November 3 ) Cesar Trasobares: Redacted. These works can be seen through the lens of personal psychology as brutal actions of uncensored dissent as well as expressions of uncompromising social and political commentary. Gallerist Luisa Lignarolo expands: “César’s exhibition reflects an artist’s emotional protest against the blasting of knowledge from many fronts and the resulting atmosphere of intellectual debasement.”
Join PAMM for this unmissable event! The Third Horizon Film Festival is coming to PAMM, with a never-before-seen visual journey that displays Jamaican culture conceptually. Experience an illusionary exploration of the land and people with beautiful artistic footage by renowned director Khalik Allah. Kick off the film festival weekend with music by DJ Juls, AfroPop sensation, and culture Thursday.
Because they are installing a New Screen!!! On October 1st through 4th the Cinema will be closed for its installation. Measuring 12 x 33 feet and boasting a 2.76:1 aspect ratio, it will accommodate Ultra Panavision 70 films. These extra-wide titles also require the use of a special lens on our Century JJ 70mm projectors. The Cinema has received the screen and lens through a generous donation from Magna-Tech Electronic Co.
One Time Screening Only, Today. October 1st, at 6:30 pm. AIDA (SALZBURG FESTIVAL). Music: Giuseppe Verdi. Directed by: Shirin Neshat. Cast: Anna Netrebko, Francesco Meli, Roberto Tagliavini, Ekaterina Semenchuk. France, Austria / 2018 / 160 min + One Interval / Opera in Four Acts. In Italian with English Subtitles. Part of the 2018 World Stages Fall Season at MDC’s Tower Theater.
In the history of the Salzburg Festival, Verdi’s popular opera Aida was performed only once, in 1979, staged and conducted by Herbert von Karajan. For its return, the Salzburg Festival assembled a superb artistic team, making this production the most sought after and over-booked in the Festival’s history. The supreme cast was led by Anna Netrebko in the title role, directed by Iranian-born New York-based visual artist Shirin Neshat and conducted by the world’s finest Verdi conductor, Riccardo Muti.
Through October 21: Photographs from the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada. Art Talk: Arthur Lubow explains how Diane Arbus and Lisette Model became friends and what they learned from the other. Lisette Model (1901-1983) is one of the most influential street photographers, best known for her direct portrayal of the peculiarities of average people captured candidly in everyday situations. She was born in Vienna and discovered photography when she moved to Paris and joined André Kertész’s circle.
Join the Coral Gables Art Cinema for this fascinating film experience! With a modern interpretation of Suspiria (by Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino), revisit Dario Argento’s masterpiece in an amazing restoration that enhances the cinematography and unique score by rock band Goblin. The story follows a ballet dancer who transfers to a prestigious German dance school only to discover malice and mystery. Watch this harrowing thriller today.
Today at 4pm, in Savor – Ft. Lauderdale: Mariana Monteagudo is a renowned Venezuelan plastic artist currently residing in Florida. The film details the creative process of her new series “Uncanny”, and the inspirations behind her intriguing, eerie and culturally hybrid doll sculptures. The creations are made of repurposed materials that were originally waste. In the film, topics like capitalism, immigration, maternity, contemporary art, terror and the repurposing of objects are explored. Producer: The Lunch Box Studio / Cinematographer-Editor: Elaine Minionis / Featuring: Mariana Monteagudo, Mary Ann Cohen, Rochi Llaneza / Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Boca Raton Museum Lecture on Sunday, March 10, 3 pm: Professors Evan Bennett (History) and Taylor Hagood (English) examine the intersections of art, history, and literature in Florida. Professor Bennett offers historical context and insight by exploring the connection of image and reality in Florida history, using Harriet Beecher Stowe’s analogy of Florida to a tapestry–beauty on one side, mess stitches on the other.
Friday, April 12th; 7-9pm; HistoryMiami
Join HistoryMiami for this social event, in which members at the Historymaker level are able to enjoy cocktails and conversation, as well as the chance to meet renowned historian, author, and preservationist Arva Moore Parks. This event takes place at the Coral Gables Merrick House and will focus particularly on the efforts and influence of women on the development of South Florida. Not a member? Join today for access to exclusive events like this on, discounts and more throughout the month.
Opening Reception on Tuesday, April 16, from 6 pm. Beyond the Cape! Comics and Contemporary Art. Renee Cox, Enrique Chagoya, R. Crumb, Peter Saul, Kenny Scharf, Elizabeth Murray, among others. Organized by Calvin Reid, Senior News Editor at Publishers Weekly and a leading expert in the field. The exhibit focuses on contemporary artists directly influenced by comics. On view until October 6.
Join the Coral Gables Arts Cinema for a pre-Independence Day film extravaganza directed by Denys Arcand “The Fall of the American Empire”. This film is witty and critical in its depiction of modern capitalistic society, and takes on the powerful themes of the predominance of money and morals in outrageous cinematic sequence. This film is in French with English subtitles and is rated R.