Stories with 'film' tag

Let’s make some movies, Miami.

We’ve launched the Cinematic Arts Residency to make it easier to make great film in the 305.

/ September 6, 2018


FilmGate Miami founder: No tax breaks means we have to collaborate to survive

And that collaboration will bring a whole lot of experimentation.

/ January 10, 2017


A Look Into YoungArts’ Transformations

Across disciplines, generations, and genres, 15 YoungArts alumni were given complete freedom to produce five short films on “Transformations.”

/ October 31, 2016


The best things going down in Miami, Sept. 16 to 18

A round-up of the best events in town this weekend, for the weekend warriors, adventure seekers, and those unafraid to stray from the beaten path.

/ September 15, 2016


From Miami to Birdman and back again

Oscar-winning screenwriter Alex Dinelaris was drowning in New York, until Barry University threw him a lifeline. Find out how he went from busing tables to penning award-winning hits like Birdman and On Your Feet.

/ January 28, 2016


Foreign films with a Miami flavor

When it comes to international films, Miami is becoming one of epicenters for Latin cinema, from the film festivals that are attracting internationally renown movies to the filmgoers packing local theaters showing Spanish-language films.

/ September 9, 2015


Exploring the Wolfson Moving Image Archives

At the Wolfson Archives, more than 35,000 hours worth of Miami’s moments have been captured on film and video. They are the definitive repository of all of Florida’s visual history, from home movies to local newscasts. We visited the Wolfson Archives to see exactly what 23 million feet of film looks like in person.

/ July 14, 2015


Keeping Miami’s film scene indie

Miami is growing into a passionate film mecca, with independent cinemas festivals blooming. It’s part of the flourishing movement transforming Miami into a global artistic and cultural hub, but challenges threaten to stifle the fledgling indie film scene.

/ July 9, 2015


5 Miami Moments

Defining moments in Miami history, captured in time at the Wolfson Archives.

/ July 6, 2015


A brief history of James Bond in Miami

The opening lines of Goldfinger (1959) by Ian Fleming are as follows: “James Bond, with two double bourbons inside him, sat in the final departure lounge of Miami Airport and though about life and death.”

We’ve all been there, James. We’ve all been there.

/ April 15, 2015