Stories with 'Borscht Corp.' tag

Borscht is not just a Russian beet soup. It’s also the quirky film collective that made Moonlight happen.

How a film collaborative named after a Russian soup brought Tarell Alvin McCraney and Barry Jenkins together to produce the best movie of the year.

/ February 28, 2017


Don’t let Moonlight be an anomaly

We cannot mimic the magic of Moonlight, but we can create environments from which our next great works of art and artists will emerge.

/ February 27, 2017


What’s next for the Miami film scene with Jonathan David Kane

Jonathan David Kane directed Papa Machete, a short documentary about the little-known Haitian art of machete fencing, that made its U.S. debut at the Sundance Film Festival this week. Kane is also Minister of Justice for Borscht Corp., arguably Miami’s weirdest and most well-known film collaborative. We caught up with Kane to ask him about making movies in Miami and what’s next for Miami filmmakers.

/ January 28, 2015