The 37th annual Miami Film Festival starts this weekend, and runs from March 6 to March 15. More than 125 short films, documentaries and features from over 30 different countries will be showcased as part of the festival program. Screenings will be held at the Coral Gables Art Cinema, Olympia Theater, Tower Theater, and Silverspot Cinema, along with a host of other participating venues located in the Miami area.
Continue reading What to Watch at the Miami Film Festival 2020
This past weekend was our 3rd Annual Oscars Watch Party in collaboration with multiple student organizations. We were happily surprised to see many of the attendees showing up in stylish attire for the “classiest night of the semester,”–so many that we gave out two Best Dressed awards. Students were also awarded by being pelted with Skittles during our trivia breaks.
Continue reading Oscar Watch Party Recap + Gallery
It’s the Superbowl of the movie industry, game seven of awards season, and the royal wedding of the American red carpet all rolled into one. Love them, hate them, and everything in between, there’s nothing like the Oscars, and we have THE watch party planned for you.
The big screen awards deserve a big screen, so come out to GC 140 at 7PM on Sunday, February 9th and catch the full Oscars broadcast, red carpet and all! We’ll have our own red carpet, photo booth, games, snacks and fun. There will be awards for the most stylish dresser, Oscar trivia, and Oscar predictions. Cheers and jeers encouraged.
This event is co-sponsored by the Film Studies Program, the Graduate English Association, the English Honors Society, the Film Initiative and the Student Programming Council. You’ll be sorry if you miss it!
The biggest Jewish cultural event in Florida is back and better than ever! The 23rd Annual Miami Jewish Film Festival (MJFF), which opened January 9th and runs through the 23rd, is showcasing 107 films from 25 different countries, setting a record this year for largest Jewish film program in the world.
Continue reading The Miami Jewish Film Festival Is Back!
Panthers, get ready to vogue, or at the very least, be inspired to watch the fiercest queens strike a pose or two or three in Paris is Burning. The screening, co-sponsored by The Frost Art Museum and Flaming Classics, is a part of the Frost’s Art After Stonewall exhibit, and will take place on Thursday, November 7, 2019 at the theatre in GC 140. Continue reading Flaming Classics and the Frost Brings ‘Paris is Burning’ to FIU
Just this past weekend, on October 5th and 6th, FIU students participated in the mad rush that is the 48-hour film challenge, co-hosted by the Film Studies program and the Film Initiative. Those who attended generated storylines ranging from a student having a bad day to greek life gore. These students were then split into groups and were tasked with developing, writing, and shooting a short film all in under 48 hours on campus. Continue reading 48 Hour Filmmaking Challenge: That’s a Wrap