Film’s are released every day and it’s likely you didn’t get to see some of the ones up for awards at the Oscars this year. If you thought you missed out on seeing these films on the big screen, fret not! Here is where you can get your cinema fix before awards season ends. Continue reading Where to Catch Oscar Nominees
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Here are Hot Takes from our crew on this year’s Oscar Nominations.
Jose: Given the Hollywood press machine it is no surprise that Walt Disney Studios and Participant Media (which specializes in productions helmed by Hollywood heavyweights) lead all studios with seventeen nominations each. Trailing these two studios are Fox Searchlight and Netflix with fifteen nominations apiece and right behind them are industry giants Universal, Warner Bros., and Focus Features (a subsidiary of Universal Pictures). But the Oscars have always been more about Continue reading Oscar Hot Takes
It is hard to find anything redeeming about Steven Knight’s new film Serenity. The director, who also wrote and produced the film, delivers a movie completely lacking any self-awareness with a shaky premise, woeful one-liners, and a baffling plot. It should have been telling that a film with this much star power would see its release date pushed back twice.
In our last poll we asked you to vote for the most binge worthy shows to kick off the new year. Here are your results.
The unity Boulevard Film series presented by the Historic Hampton House in partnership with the FIU Department of History & African and African Diaspora studies and the Miami Jazz & Film Society continues with Belle January 17th at 6pm (Free to students with ID), for ticketing information click here.
The 22nd annual Miami Jewish Film Festival kicked off this past Thursday boasting a diverse lineup of eighty pictures from twenty-five different countries to make this year’s festival the biggest yet. This includes twelve world premieres, ten unique, film-related events, and a whopping twenty-five films by women filmmakers. Screenings will be taking place in fifteen venues across Miami including Coral Gables Art Cinema and the Miami Beach Cinematheque.