The Miami Jewish Film Festival is pleased to invite you to its exclusive presentation of one of the year’s most acclaimed films and sure-fire Oscar contender’s, Indignation, on Wednesday, July 13 at 7:30pm at Regal Cinemas South Beach. Academy Award-nominated screenwriter and producer James Schamus (The Ice Storm, Brokeback Mountain) directs this exquisite period portrait of a young Jewish man at a crossroads. Adapting Philip Roth’s novel with warmth and faithfulness, Schamus elicits support from a universally top-of-their-game cast, highlighted by a blistering turn by Logan Lerman (The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Fury) and Sarah Gadon (Enemy, A Dangerous Method).
Millennials can sign up now for a free membership for the Miami Jewish Film Festival. All you have to do is email info@miamijewishfilmfestival.
Join us for a screening and discussion of The Clan at the Coral Gables Art Cinema on Wednesday, April 6th at 6:30 PM. Dr. Andrew Strycharski, FIU director of Film Studies, will lead the conversation about the film with the audience.
Acclaimed director Pablo Trapero gives us a gripping story based on the Puccio criminal family of Argentina. The patriarch of the family, Arquímedes Puccio, was once a hitman for the military. After the restoration of democracy in the early 1980s, Arquímedes becomes unemployed and resorts to kidnapping people for money.
Join us for The Secret in their Eyes, the third film in our International Noir screening and discussion Series, on Thursday March 31st at 3:30 PM in CBC 140.
Winner of the 2009 Oscar for best foreign language film, Campanella’s gripping crime drama inventively uses a cold case murder mystery that frames Argentina’s Dirty War and military dictatorship. The film swept the Argentinean Academy awards, as well as winning numerous international awards in addition to its American Oscar.
The International Noir series is graciously sponsored by FIU’s Center for the Humanities in an Urban Environment. This film is co-sponsored FIU’s Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center.
On Sunday, March 6, Film Studies Program director Andrew Strycharski will moderate a Q&A with Sacha Baron Cohen following an advance screening of his new film, The Brothers Grimsby.
Sacha Baron Cohen will join attendees before the film at Cinepolis in Coconut Grove (3015 Grand Ave.) for free drinks at 6:30 PM.
Join us for Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, the second film in our International Noir screening and discussion Series, on Thursday, February 25 at 3:30 in SIPA 100.
The first installment of director Park Chan-wook’s revenge trilogy displays the same moral confusion and compelling narrative as his subsequent and more widely familiar Oldboy. Among Tarantino’s favorite directors, Chan-wook brings to the screen violence and emotional pain that are far from gratuitous, but rather are integrated into this story where good intentions yield disastrous results. Dr. Andy Strycharski, Director of FIU’s Film Studies Program, will lead a Q & A after the film.
DJ Maseo (De La Soul) will kick things off with a set, courtesy of BritWeek Miami. The set is followed by a wall cast of Kenneth Branagh’s Love’s Labour’s Lost, a freewheeling adaptation of Shakespeare’s play in the style of an old Hollywood musical. This is the last film of our Shakespeare and Film series, sponsored by FIU’s Student Government Association.
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