On the eve of the first day of the new semester, the Golden Globes held its 74th annual award show. It was a night of memorable, touching, and laughable moments. For those who were swamped with last minute preparations or just didn’t tune in, we’ve got you covered with a few of the highlights.
The Miami Jewish Film Festival is set to take over Miami for its 20th year. From January 12 to January 26, 2017, they will be hosting 64 films from 20 countries. Their special guests include Academy Award-nominee Nancy Spielberg, Emmy Award-winning director Roberta Grossman, Emmy Award-winning actor Stuart Margolin, and Goodwill Ambassador of Israel and sports legend Tal Brody.
All right Panthers, we did it! Four months of higher education tested your focus, versatility and endurance, but you rode them like a champ. 2016 also tested your patience, character and overall faith in the world. You’ve earned a break, a recess to reassess your future, evaluate your performance and set new goals . . . and binge TV like there’s no tomorrow. To help you with the latter, here are the top 3 shows you need to catch up on while you enjoy your winter break.
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With Thanksgiving around the corner, there is pressure on all of us to be good children/siblings/grandchildren/parents/third-cousins-twice-removed and spend quality time with our families. This gives most of us a stark choice: watch Adam Sandler movies or kill ourselves. We are here to save your weekend — you’re welcome.
Scary clowns are no laughing matter. They’ve made their way into films, from terrifying horror movie classics like It (1990) to the cult film Killer Klowns From Outer Space (1988). If you’re thinking this is the perfect Halloween to enjoy a bad creepy clown movie, we have a few ideas . . .
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The Film Initiative Underground has announced their first short film competition for the semester. The competition will give students the chance to make their own films and have their work seen by an audience. The winner will have their short film featured on the FIU Film Studies Program website! Continue reading FIU Club Announces First Short Film Competition
The Miami International Film Festival is set to host GEMS, its annual fall mini-festival highlighting recent cinematic “jewels” such as Oscar contenders and award winners. The lineup features two foreign films set to compete for the Oscar: Toni Erdmann, a German comedy about a father-daughter relationship, and the Chilean Neruda, an account of the famous poet’s troubles in a politically fraught Chile. GEMS will be the first festival in Florida to screen these films. Continue reading MIFF’s Big Little Festival, GEMS, Set to Kick Off