MIFF Picks

By | March 3rd, 2011 | No Comments

The 10-day Miami International Film Festival starts tomorrow night and will screen more than 100 films from 40 countries before the curtain comes down on March 13. The following flicks jumped out at us for one reason or another. Let us know which films are on your radar in a comment.

Chico y Rita

Screening: Friday, March 4 @ Gusman Center (7 p.m.). Learn more about the film HERE.

Small Town Murder Songs

Screenings: March 6 @ Regal Cinemas South Beach (4:30 p.m.); March 11 @ Tower Theater (7:30 p.m.); and March 13 @ Bill Cosford Cinema (9:30 p.m.). Learn more about the film HERE.

Bobby Fischer Against The World

Bobby Fischer

Screenings: March 7 @ Regal Cinemas South Beach (7:30 p.m.); March 9 @ Regal Cinemas South Beach (9:30 p.m.). Learn more about the film HERE.

MARTÍ, THE EYE OF THE CANARY

Screening: Tuesday, March 8 @ Gusman Center (7 p.m.). Learn more about the film HERE.

We also have our eye on “Making Sh*t Up”, by local filmmaker Bill Bilowitt about Miami-born conceptual artist Bert Rodriguez, and “Mooney Vs. Fowle”, about the 1961 Florida State high school championship game between Miami High and Edison.

What’s on your must-see list?



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