Food theme at film festival

 

The Miami International Film Festival will celebrate the founder of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival with the Lee Brian Schrager’s Culinary Cinema March 3 at Juvia, 1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. A noon brunch will be followed by a 3 p.m. screening of Why Did You Leave?, Eric Belhassem’s film about French chefs decamping to Brazil, at the Regal South Beach across the street. Tickets for the meal and movie are $100 at miamifilmfestival.com. Also on the Schrager film menu: Oma & Bella March 4 and Meat Hooked March 9.

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  • Food theme at film festival

    The Miami International Film Festival will celebrate the founder of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival with the Lee Brian Schrager’s Culinary Cinema March 3 at Juvia, 1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. A noon brunch will be followed by a 3 p.m. screening of Why Did You Leave?, Eric Belhassem’s film about French chefs decamping to Brazil, at the Regal South Beach across the street. Tickets for the meal and movie are $100 at miamifilmfestival.com. Also on the Schrager film menu: Oma & Bella March 4 and Meat Hooked March 9.

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