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An absurd but profound comedy about our place in the world.
The 32nd Miami International Film Festival will showcase the work of a new generation of Cuban filmmakers.
A documentary being secreened at the Miami International Film Festival revives the turbulent life and tragic death of Capt. Bill Lancaster, who stood trial for murdering a romantic rival.
Seeing the world through the eyes of a photographer.
The Miami-based short film ‘El Mago’ directed by David Liz and executive produced by Ana Rodriguez, both originally from Hialeah, will be screened Thursday at the Miami International Film Festival.
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On a quest for a bike – and meaning – in the streets of Miami.
An exploration of a rock icon’s tragically short life.
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The event’s 32nd edition boasts 125 films from 40 countries.
The made-in-Miami doc and Argentina’s Oscar entry are two highlights of this year’s program.