Friday, November 20, 2009

Daily Candy Miami - The Weekend Guide‏

November 19, 2009 | Miami

The Weekend Guide
What to Do This Weekend

Let the binging begin.

Proof Opens
What: The outdoor area of Z Ocean Hotel gets another incarnation — this time taking over the Table 8 space and serving traditional American fare with an Asian influence.
Why: It’s got something to prove.
When: Opens Tues. Daily, 7 a.m.-1 a.m.
Where: 1458 Ocean Dr., South Beach (305-672-7901). Map It

Luna Corner Pizza
What: Gourmet thin-crust pies (with a multigrain option) now available for easy takeout (or delivery) at the new casual pizzeria.
Why: It Cornered the market.
When: Sun.-Thurs., 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Fri. & Sat., 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
Where: 6815 Biscayne Blvd., Upper East Side (305-507-9209). Map It

New Menu at Soleá
What: The restaurant in the W gets a redo with the exciting arrival of new executive chef (and Por Fin alum) Marc Vidal.
Why: It’s good for the Solea.
When: Menu starts Mon. Sun.-Thurs., 7 a.m.-11 p.m.; Fri. & Sat., 7 a.m.-midnight.
Where: 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach (305-938-3111). Map It

Spa V at Hotel Victor
What: For more than just a relaxing rubdown, choose from the long list of Euro-centric treatments designed to detox, renew, and beautify.
Why: Mention DailyCandy and receive a complimentary champagne cocktail.
When: Two seconds ago.
Where: Hotel Victor, 1144 Ocean Dr. To book, call 305-428-1234.

La Piaggia’s Tenth Anniversary
What: The swank SoFi spot makes merry with sunset cocktails and free hors d’oeuvres followed by a $45 prix fixe dinner.
Why: Hit the ten spot.
When: Sat. Party, 6-8 p.m.; dinner, 8:30 p.m.
Where: 1000 S. Pointe Dr., South Beach (305-674-0647). Map It

Swim and Skate Retro Trunk Show
What: Models roll around the Clevelander’s rooftop pool wearing neon skates and bathing suits by local designer Kristina Ashley.
Why: It’s all-wheel drive.
When: Sat., 1-6 p.m.
Where: SPF4 Sun Deck, 1020 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach (305-532-4006). Map It

Prefer to get away? All you need are fresh undies and our road trip tips at

free core classes...‏

SATURDAYS AT 10:30AM – 11:30AM
November 28 | December 5, 12, 19, 26
January 2, 9, 16, 23
*Informat ion wi l l be provided upon regist rat ion.
Reservations are required. Please check in at 10:00am and bring your own mat. Five dollar valet
parking is available at the EPIC Residences and Hotel. All classes are weather permitting. Florida registration # HS8216
join exhale in downtown miami for our core fusion® bashes with live music
CORE FUSION® Fusing the disciplines of core conditioning, Pilates, the Lotte Berk Method, interval cardio training,
and yoga, this highly-acclaimed and publicized mind body experience incorporates 50 years of collective teacher
expertise. Allowing you to work from the inside out, this transformational class consistently delivers results, including
washboard abs, a tighter and higher backside, long, lean muscles, and an athletic, toned body.
In anticipation of the Grand Opening of exhale at the EPIC Residences and Hotel, we will host complimentary weekly
Core Fusion® bashes to give Miami a taste of our signature core classes, mixed with star teachers and energizing beats!
270 BISCAYNE BLVD WAY MIAMI FL 33131 305 423 3900 EXHALESPA.COM 31 area

Private Event with Idan Raichel at the Knight Concert Hall 11/21‏

Join us as we host a private event with Idan Raichel, and then attend the Idan Raichel Project this November 21, 2009 at 8 pm at the Knight Concert Hall.

Click here to purchase tickets, and use the promo code forpeace to get discounted tickets and to attend the private meet and great with Idan Raichel from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm in the Knight Concert Hall Lobby with complimentary drinks.

With their multicultural blend of African beats, Latin American rhythms, and Middle Eastern soul, The Idan Raichel Project burst onto Israel's music scene in 2002, instantly changing their country's popular music. A spectacular live show marked by irresistible raw energy and sophisticated production techniques plus three remarkable top-of-the-charts albums have made the Idan Raichel Project one of the most unexpected success stories in Israeli music history.

Can you recommend an Exceptional CPG Sales Manager for this Leading Distributor?‏

If you know of someone that may be a good match for the opportunity shown below, please let us know. All referrals are kept in the strictest of confidence. For a complete listing of our exceptional opportunities, please visit our website

POSITION: Division Sales Manager


SALARY: $90k - $120k plus bonus


CONTACT: Submit resumes in MS Word format only to

Our Client, one of the largest distributors of consumer products is seeking a Division Sales Manager. The qualified candidates will be responsible for the following components of the function for the Company:


* Maintain high profile with all key customers, to include scheduled visits, business reviews and daily phone contact.
* Prepare and monitor the annual sales and sales expense budgets.
* Review all A/R activity and take appropriate action to keep customers within terms
* Conduct regularly scheduled sales meetings that keep direct reports focused on division and company wide sales goals.
* Create and manage an effective, innovative Sales team.


* Must have a four year degree
* Experience managing a street sales force for a minimum of five years
* Experience in sales and merchandising within the convenience & grocery retail sectors
* Experience with Marketing development and implementation
* Highest level of integrity, energy, and intelligence
* Demonstrated leadership qualities
* Ability to build Teams, motivate, mentor, and inspire
* Be computer literate and expert in the use of Microsoft Office products.

If you prefer not to receive these types of communications from ERI, please reply with REMOVE in the subject line.


Loren Perez
Executive Recruiting Consultant
ERI ~ Your Recruiting Solution
9240 Bonita Beach Rd, Suite 3314
Bonita Springs, FL 34135

Office: 239-444-5282
Email Address: LorenP @

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Best Holiday Dinner Cruises in Miami

There is truly only one company who offers the best holiday dinner cruises in Miami and that's Island Queen Cruises. They always host the most lavish, open to the public holiday dinner cruise on their two flagship yachts, the Biscayne Lady and the Ventian Lady.

This year, they are hosting nightly dinner cruises between Christmas and New Year's Eve for only $75 per adult. This price will include your ticket aboard and unlimited food and drinks from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. Plus, unlike many other cruises in different cities, there are no hidden fees! One price only. Personally, I've taken dinner cruises in San Francisco, Tampa, New York and Portland and this is the best valued cruise. In San Francisco a dinner cruise for my girlfriend and I costed roughly $300 dollars.

Purchase your holiday cruises in Miami

This will truly be the best holiday cruise you will every attend.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Happy Election Day! GO VOTE in Miami, Miami Bch, Hialeah, Coconut Grove and Homestead!‏ From the DNC

If you live in Miami proper, Miami Beach, Coconut Grove, Hialeah or Homestead, then this message is for you!

GO VOTE! GO VOTE! GO VOTE! You vote at your normal polling place!

In Miami Distrcit #4 - Vote Dr. Denis Rod
In Hialeah - Vote Danny Bolanos
In Coconut Grove - Vote Stephen P. Murray
In Miami Beach - Vote Matti Bower, Jerry Libbin and either Michael Gongora or Gabrielle Redfern
In Homestead - Vote Steven Bateman, Judy Waldman, Rev. Jimmie Williams and Stephen Shelley

The President Obama election anniversary Party will be held tomorrow at the
Transit Lounge - 729 SW 1st Ave...7 to 10pm (21 and up only)

GO VOTE! Tell your friends and family in the above areas to go vote as well!

Go Democrats!

Chairman BJ

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Upcoming Events

Tuesday, November 3
Mandarin Oriental, Miami
500 Brickell Key Drive
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Join us at M-Bar at Mandarin Oriental, Miami and enjoy panoramic views of Miami’s skyline while admiring the breathtaking views of Biscayne Bay. For this event, we will be featuring the highly rated wines from Mt. Defiance and Di Stefano (90 Points Wine Spectator). Guests will receive 1 glass of wine and a selection of complimentary hors d'oeuvres. Cost is $10 in advance, $15 at the door and free for members when they RSVP in advance. Buy your tickets today.

Wednesday, November 4
Taverna Opa
700 S. Rosemary Ave (2nd floor) in CityPlace
5:30 - 7:30 pm

We’ll be starting off the party for the Taste of the Palm Beaches a little early as we host a kick-off party at Taverna Opa. For $10, guests will enjoy 1 drink and a selection of complimentary hors d'oeuvres. A portion of the proceeds will go to support Big Heart Brigade (and help provide a Thanksgiving meal to local families in need). Enjoy complimentary Tarot and palm readings with Certified Tarot Grandmaster Christiana Gaudet. Buy your tickets today.

Friday, November 13
New Zealand Wine Tasting
Cafe Boulud
301 Australian Ave. in Palm Beach
6:00 - 8:00 pm

New Zealand is a land like no other. New Zealand wine is an experience like no other. Join us to taste a selection of varietals including Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, and Red Blends from some of New Zealand’s leading wineries. Wines will be complemented by a selection of hors d’oeuvres from Chef Zach Bell of Cafe Boulud. Cost is $20. Buy your tickets today, as space is limited.

Upcoming Events
Tuesday, November 10: Cooking Class at Bice (Palm Beach)
Tuesday, November 10: Wine & Hors d'Oeuvres at China Grill (South Beach)
Wednesday, November 11: Taste of the Palm Beaches (Save $10 with code dine1)

NU Club of SEFL announces Big Ten Schedule of Events‏

Dear NU Alumni,
The last Big Ten Happy Hour at Morton's Steakhouse on September 30th had a turnout of about 60 Big Ten alumni. Of this number, there were 20 NU alums present. NU had the largest number of alums in attendance!

There are two Big Ten Happy Hours coming up! One is in Miami on Wednesday, November 11th and the other in Boca Raton, on Wednesday, December 2nd. Please see details below.



5:00p.m. until ???

LOCATION: Waxy O'Connor's Irish Pub
690 S.W. 1st Court
Miami (Brickell area)
North side of Neo Vertika condominium
Phone: 786-871-7660

Join local area Big Ten alums at Waxy O'Connor's newest venue tucked along the south shore of the Miami River, just south of downtown and next to the Metrorail bridge. It features a nice selection of draft beer, wines, and pub food. $2-off happy hour drink specials are available until 7:00 p.m. ($4-$5).

Limited street parking is available for a fee along S.W. 1st Court, north of S.W. 7th Street, on the east side of the Neo Vertika condo. Valet parking is available for $5 at a booth along 1st Court.

Waxy's is a little tricky to find. Directions are as follows:

From Metrorail: Get off at the Brickell station and walk about five blocks north along S.W. 1st Court (west side of the tracks) to the river. Waxy's is on the left side.

From the North via I-95: South on I-95 to the Miami Avenue/Biscayne Blvd. (Exit 2C on the left side). Take the ramp that leads to Miami Avenue. Turn right (south) along Miami Ave. over the Miami River. Right onto S.W. 7th Street (US 41 west) and then another right onto S.W. 1st Court, just beyond the overhead Metrorail tracks.

From Downtown Miami via US 1: Take Biscayne Blvd. South and over the Miami River bridge to where US 1 becomes Brickell Ave. Make a right onto S.W. 7th St. (US 41 west) and then make a right onto S.W. 1st Court, just beyond the overhead Metrorail tracks.

From the South via US 1: Take South Dixie Highway to S. Miami Ave. Make a left and proceed north to S.W. 7th Street (US 41 west). Turn left and then make a right onto S.W. 1st Court, just past the overhead Metrorail tracks.

From the West via SR 836: Take the Dolphin Expressway eastbound to I-95. Exit southbound on I-95 and get over to the left lane. Follow the "From the north via I-95" directions at that point.

Contact Steve Feuer at for more information.
5:00 p.m. until ???

LOCATION: The Addison
2 E. Camino Real
Boca Raton
Corner of Camino Real and S. Dixie Highway
Phone: 561-395-9335
Join local Big Ten alumni to celebrate the holidays at the historic residence of architect Addison Mizner, now restored as an upscale restaurant and meeting place. The Addison features fine wines, mixed drinks, beer, and a gourmet food menu. Half-priced drinks, including wine as low as $5 and beer as low as $2.50, along with a special $5 appetizer menu will be offered from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.

Free valet parking is available. To get there, take I-95 to Palmetto Park Road (Exit 44). Head east about two miles and turn right onto S. Dixie Highway. (SR 811). Go south approx. 1/2 mile to Camino Real. The Addison will be on the left side.
Coming attractions in 2010:

February 10-13: Men's Big Ten Match Play Golf Tournament @ Heron Bay, Coral Springs. Events will include: a pro-am and dinner with the coaches & players, and a Boatride down the intracoastal. Coordinator: Doug Maran

Saturday, March 27: "Jersey Boys" Broadway Musical at the Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, Florida, Tickets $83.00 per person. This is the NU Club's annual theatre group event with Illinois Club. Deadline to pay by sending checks to Doug Maran, Illinois President** is January 25, 2010 Pre-dinner with the group is separate & at location TBA.

**To order tickets please contact Doug Maran, President, Illinois Alumni Club, 1201 SW 141 Ave. #104, Pembroke Pines, FL 33027. Tel: 954-435-7333. Email:
Saturday, April 10: ANNUAL BIG TEN PICNIC

TY Park, Hollywood. 11am-4pm. Watch for more details in subsequent e-mail message. Steve Feuer South Florida Big Ten Alumni Picnic Co-coordinator
Penn State '88 Contact information is

September 18: Annual Cubs-Marlins Game, 7pm, and tailgater 5pm.

Wear your purple proudly and get involved with the fellow local Wildcats by attending or planning Club events. We believe you will benefit from participation. To become a SEFL Club Member, Click here to register online or see the membership section of the SEFL Club Website for more information. The SEFL Club Calendar of events will be updated soon for the upcoming year. You can view past events and photos on the SEFL Club website as well.

November Newsletter - Shopping Event, Funky Urban Sample Sale, Reflexology and More!‏

The Brownie Dish
Beauty, You Know You Want It
November 2009

Upcoming Yoga Events

Dear Brownes Aficionados,

November marks the month for giving, so why not give someone special a Brownes & Co. gift certificate by clicking here!

Mark your calendars! Brownes will be starring in Bravo's Tabatha Salon Takeover on Tuesday, December 8th, 2009!

Curious about what exciting events we have simmering in our beauty pot this month? Deets below!

Shopping Extravaganza
Tuesday, November 17th
6pm - 9pm

To kick off the holiday season, Brownes & Co. and the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Women's Business Council will host their sixth annual Holiday Shopping Extravaganza, an evening of holiday shopping, indulgence, beauty, fashion and support for the Miami Beach Education Foundation.

The special holiday shopping event will feature professional makeup lessons, cocktails by Gran Sierpe, food by Van Dyke Cafe, mini-massages, special spa treatments, discounts from hip Miami designers and raffle giveaways. Admission fee is a $20 minimum donation. Proceeds will directly benefit the Miami Beach Education Foundation. Brownes & Co. will also donate 10% of the evening proceeds to the Foundation and offer special promotions on select product lines.

To RSVP, please contact Danielle Hirschfeld at (305) 695-6834 or

841 Lincoln Road / Miami, FL / 33139 / (305) 538-7544 ext. 5

Funky Urban and Yoga Sample Sale
Saturday, November 14th
12pm - 5pm

The coveted, alternative clothing lines, Funky Urban and Funky Yoga, will be hosting a sample sale at Brownes! You've definitely seen their progressive designs written across the chests of celebrities and their slogans are the perfect way to provide some comic relief to any occasion. The Miami based company offers designs and phrases printed onto t-shirts, yoga wear, sweaters, and bags.

841 Lincoln Road / Miami, FL / 33139 / (305) 538-7544 ext. 5
Mudras & Holistic Hand Reflexology
Saturday, November 14th
2:30pm - 4:30pm

How much can be revealed from and healed with our hands? After this class, you will never consider your hands the same way.

In our everyday life, we perform many actions with our hands, most of them unconsciously. We open a door, lift a cup, turn the water tap, switch on the car, and brush our teeth, without even thinking about how we move our hands.

Mudras, is the yoga of the hands. Christelle will teach you some specific movements and positions for your hands to activate meridians, or lines of energy. Once activated, these meridians can release headache, or back pain; also they can help you to let go of stress, activate your vital energy and many more purposes.
Our hands reveal much information about our health and our life's path. Christelle will also describe how our physical body is reflected in our hands and how we can auto-massage specific areas to release tensions. Additionally, we will observe the 3 main lines: Life, Love and Mind.

Pricing: $25 in advance / $30 at the door

841 Lincoln Road / Miami, FL / 33139 / (305) 538-7544 ext. 2
Ram Giri Presents:
The Yoga of Zen
Saturday, November 14th
5:30pm - 8:00pm

Ram Giri has brought his renowned guidance series to Brownes and we invite you to come experience the power of his spoken word. Ram Giri Braun, Ph.D. offers you a very unique combination of psychological skill, decades of deep experience in the wisdom traditions, and practical knowledge of innovative and revolutionary approaches to self-realization. This month we bring you Ram Giri's “Yoga of Zen” :

Zen is the essence of clarity and emotional freedom. Experiencing emotional stress is not very Zen. Spend an evening un-gridlocking yourself with Open Attention, the unsurpassed Skill for Emotional Harmony. Walk away with a lifetime ability to deal with emotions in a way that actually works and sets you free.

Read more about Ram Giri and his philosophy here.

Pricing: $25 in advance / $30 at the door

841 Lincoln Road / Miami, FL / 33139 / (305) 538-7544 ext. 2

Design District Gallery Walk
Saturday, November 14th
7pm - 10pm

If you have yet to join us for the Design District’s monthly gallery walk, you're missing out on a whole lot of delicious, complimentary drinks, free makeup applications and beauty samples. Stop by, mingle, and get all your beauty questions answered by our expertly trained staff while enjoying cocktails on behalf of Artisan Brands!

87 NE 40th St. / Miami, FL / 33137 / (305) 538-7544 ext. 1

Product Of The Month

Molton Brown's Re-Charge Black Pepper Body Wash

Get ready for an aromatic adventure. Molton Brown's unisex, spicy body wash is steeped in Madagascan black peppercorn oil to reawaken your energy banks when you most need it, leaving your skin feeling warmed up and ready for action.

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Featured Employee Of The Month

1. How long have you been with Brownes? 8 years.

2. What's your philosophy behind beauty? Healthy skin, a perfect mani/pedi, and groomed from head to toe!

3. What's your advice for maintaining strong, healthy nails? Mani/pedi once a week and use Dr Hauschka oil on cuticles every night. When doing your nails, be sure to apply a fresh base coat, then polish, and finish with a top coat.

4. What's the new hot color for fall? Angora Cardi from Essie's fall line is a beautiful, plum hue that perfectly compliments the season.

To book an appointment with Dee or another one of our talented technicians click here.

Upcoming Yoga Events

Chocolate Yoga with DeAnna
Saturday, November 21st
7pm - 9pm

When we find balance in the senses we can connect to our Divine source as we feel appreciation for the gift of embodiment. What better way to delight the senses and the Divine than with chocolate? It was even considered ‘food of the Gods’ by the ancient Mayans and thought to bring universal wisdom and knowledge, just like Yoga! Come out for a deliciously rockin’ Anusara-Inspired Vinyasa Yoga practice as we savour the chocolate on our tongue before and after class and play delightfully with chocolate metaphors while we rock out to a practice with music for the ears to enjoy.

$25 in advance / $30 at the door.

The Practice with Ken
November 7th
November 21st

The Practice is an advanced Skanda Yoga session developed by Ken Von Roenn III. It is a breath-inspired, alignment based Vinyasa style which channels the Mayan calendar to release your inner warrior and take on new challenges.

Thanksgiving Day Skanda Yoga with Jason
Thursday, November 26th

The aim of Skanda Yoga is to transform the individual, the community and the world. The individual goal is to spread the message of unity, peace and love in preparation for the transformational period between 2012 and 2016. This is the period of time that humanity has the greatest potential to transform from a global society built upon separation, into a society united in Spirit.

841 Lincoln Road / Miami Beach, FL / 33139 / (305) 538-7544 ext. 2

Let’s Move Together for a Diva-worthy Cause‏

Diva, you’ve got the look and all the right moves, but not everyone can get around town as free and fabulous as you. Over 46 million Americans are affected by arthritis, and 500,000 of them are located in the Miami-Dade County, adults and even little Divas.

So what can you do to help Diva?

Put on your cutest workout gear and participate in “Let’s Move Together” the annual walk event that promotes fun, fitness and arthritis prevention. Choose from a one to three mile walk route and get your workout done in a fun and philanthropic way.

Move a muscle and come to the Amusement Area at Crandon Park on Saturday, November 14th at 4000 Crandon Blvd in Key Biscayne. Registration begins at 8am and the walk will start at 9am – rain or shine.

There will be divalicious goodies and prizes, entertainment and refreshments.

Share the love and bring your Diva pals and register online now.

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Monday, November 2, 2009


WHAT WOMEN WANT - Look Better Naked Fashion Shows
WHAT WOMEN WANT - Look Better Naked Fashion Shows - on Saturday, November 7 at 6:00pm.

Event: WHAT WOMEN WANT - Look Better Naked Fashion Shows -
What: Club Party
Start Time: Saturday, November 7 at 6:00pm
End Time: Sunday, November 8 at 5:00am
Where: Nikki Beach Miami - 1 ocean drive Miami -

To see more details and RSVP, follow the link below:

Special Miami Advance Screening and Party for "The Men Who Stare At Goats" | Wed, November 4th‏
Gen Art Gen Art Screening Series presented by Bing

The Men Who Stare At Goats The Men Who Stare At Goats

Michael's Genuine

Pacific Time


Sra Martinez


Daily Candy Miami - Switch-Hitter‏
Switch Bar Opens
switch bar!

Lately you’ve been keeping it real classy. Frequenting underground speakeasies. Wearing a bra.

Perhaps it’s time to Switch things up. Coconut Grove’s newest bar, Switch, is old school (literally, like college).

Trade artisanal cocktails for Pabst on tap. And don’t count on ’97 Chablis. Instead, take solace in sake cocktails and infusions made with pineapple, kiwi, and watermelon. (A full liquor license is expected in January).

A twist on bar fare, the menu offers Spanish and Italian tapas like bruschetta, stuffed peppers, and Serrano and melon, along with traditional burgers and wraps. Get the chef’s specialty, paella, prepared tableside for groups of ten or more.

Expect Hurricanes games on six plasmas, DJs, local bands, and random make-out sessions.

’Cause some things never change.

Switch, 3008 Grand Avenue, Coconut Grove (305-441-1313).
G Magazine Launch Event This Friday‏
G Magazine
The Premier Golf Lifestyle & Travel Magazine
Cordially Invites you to the Launch of the Premier Issue
Location: River Lounge , 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way Miami Fl.
inside the Epic Hotel (downtown Miami)
Date & Time: Friday, November 6, 2009 from 8:00PM to 11PM

Dress: Miami Chic
Please RSVP to 786.206.7269 ext 4 or events @

Hosted by Bobby Brandt, Raymond Fernandez, Shawn Finkle of River Lounge

Check out G Magazine

NOVEMBER 2009 at the Miami Beach Cinematheque!‏
“A Taste of LARS Von TRIER”, and more!

“I Always do something that I've never done before" -Lars von Trier


The ongoing HD film festival where you don't just watch, you experience!

512 Española Way at Plaza España, (305) 67-FILMS (673-4567)


NOVEMBER 2009 At A Glance:

28 WED 8:30pm: GLOBAL LENS WWW: What a Wonderful World

NOV 05 THU 8:30pm: “Vu Par VARDA” The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

NOV 07 SAT 9pm, 10pm, 11pm: “SLEEPLESS NIGHT” 2009

“Vu Par VARDA” SPECIAL EVENT! Remnants and Umbrellas 8-12

08 SUN 3:30pm: Who Does She Think She Is?

06 FRI, 08 SUN, 09 MON 7pm: Still Walking (Aruitemo aruitemo)

06 FRI, 08 SUN, 09 MON 9:15pm: Amreeka

10 TUE 7pm: The Wind and the Water (Burwa Dii Ebo)

11 WED 8:30pm: “SILENTS PLEASE” Margarette's Feast (A Festa de Margarette)

(with LIVE Brazilian guitar accompaniment By CEZAR SANTANA!)

12 THU 8pm: A Taste of LARS VON TRIER Period One: Europa (Zentropa)

13 FRI 8:30pm: ESSENTIAL ARTHOUSE in HD! The Seventh Seal

14 SAT, 15 SUN, 16 MON 7pm: “JUDAICA on Film” Being Jewish in France

17 TUE 8pm: A Taste of LARS VON TRIER Period Two: Breaking the Waves

18 WED 8pm: Miami Short Film Festival Gay Short Film Night: “SEXY BOYS”

19 THU 8pm: A Taste of LARS VON TRIER Period Three: Dancer in the Dark

20 FRI, 21 SAT, 22 SUN, 23 MON 7pm: “Cinema GREEN” Earth Days

21 SAT 2pm: Miami Short Film Festival The BEST of the Festival!

20 FRI, 21 SAT, 22 SUN 9:15pm: 35 Shots of Rum (35 Rhums)

25 WED 8pm: A Taste of LARS VON TRIER Period Four: Dogville

27 FRI, 28 SAT, 29 SUN, 30 MON 7pm: Coco Before Chanel (Coco avant Chanel)

27 FRI, 28 SAT, 29 SUN, 30 MON 9:15pm: Paris

DEC 03 THU 7pm-11pm ART BASEL WEEKEND 2009 Reception for the artists

The films and photographs of ALEX NAHON, with Parts of a Room

DEC 04 FRI, 05 SAT, 06 SUN, 07 MON, 08 TUE: 7pm, 9:15pm:

Miami Exclusive for Art Basel: A Taste of LARS VON TRIER Period Five:

“The Latest Provocation”Antichrist

NOV 04 WED 8:30pm:


In collaboration with The Global Film Initiative

Miami Theatrical Premiere!

WWW: What a Wonderful World

(Directed by Faouzi Bensaïdi/Morocco/2006/99mins.)

With Nezha Rahil, Faouzi Bensaïdi, Fatima Attif

Souad is a prostitute whose best friend is Kenza, a tough traffic cop. Kamel is a stony–eyed contract killer who receives his hit orders via the Internet; he is also Souad's favorite customer. Moroccan actor–director Faouzi Bensaïdi's promiscuously stylish film is a new vision of an old culture, unveiling an uncommon Casablanca caught in a world wide web of associations and consequences. In French and Arabic with English subtitles.

For tickets click HERE

NOV 05 THU 8:30pm:

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

(Les parapluies de Cherbourg)

(Directed by Jacques Demy/France/1964/91 mins.)

Restoration supervised by Agnés Varda

With Catherine Deneuve, Nino Castelnuovo, Anne Vernon, Marc Michel

Considered one of the most beautiful color films ever made, Jacques Demy's masterpiece of music and romance—winner of the 1964 Cannes Film Festival Grand Prize—catapulted the 20-year-old Catherine Deneuve to international stardom. This restoration, supervised by Demy's widow Agnès Varda, restores one of the great French classics to its former glory.

In French with English subtitles.

WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Palm d'Or, Technical Grand Prize

French Syndicate of Film Critics Best Film

-Octavio Roca, San Francisco Chronicle

For tickets click HERE

07 SAT Showtimes: 9pm, 10pm, 11pm:



Remnants and Umbrellas 8-12

A Dance & Film Installation in Plaza de España

inspired by the work of Agnès Varda and Jacques Demy

by Thought Loom and the Miami Beach Cinematheque

In collaboration with the Consulate General of France in Miami

Remnants and Umbrellas 8-12 is a site-specific kaleidoscope of movement, music, and film on Española Way at Plaza de España. The work, which incorporates Jacques Demy's Umbrellas of Cherbourg and Agnès Varda's films from the Nouvelle Vague period, is a celebration of the moving image fused with dance. Saturated colors and rich black and whites graze sparse canvases; mirrors clad palms; and umbrellas become screens which reflect images of an era as seen through the eyes of two visionaries who changed the world of cinema.

Complimentary admission!

08 SUN 3:30pm:

An MBC Premiere «DIGITAL» Presentation!

A groundbreaking national ONE-TIME ONLY event!

In collaboration with Emerging Pictures

Miami Theatrical DIGITAL Premiere!

Who Does She Think She Is?

(Directed by Pamela Tanner Boll & Nancy Kennedy/73mins)

This is a groundbreaking, national one-time only screening event for the award-winning documentary Who Does She Think She Is? (from the producers of Born Into Brothels) which follows five women artists as they navigate the challenges of making work outside the elite upper echelons of the art world. It examines some of the most pressing issues of our time: parenting and creativity, partnering and independence, economics and art.

This event will also feature a live interactive panel discussion between national women leaders that will be taking place in New York City. The audience will be able to see the panelists in real time and ask questions to them via keyboard, which will be broadcast online!

“An engaging documentary about the struggle to create. . . an enlightening primer on sexism in the art world.”-New York Times

“Pamela Boll's documentary—about five women who heeded their instinctual desire to make art over the fears and protests of their families—is also a call to arms: Rise up, ladies, with those chisels and paintbrushes and pens!”- Village Voice

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06 FRI, 08 SUN, 09 MON 7pm:

An MBC Premiere «DIGITAL» Presentation!

In collaboration with Emerging Pictures

Miami Theatrical DIGITAL Premiere!

Still Walking (Aruitemo aruitemo)

(Directed by Kore-Eda Hirokazu/Japan/2009/114mins.)

With Hiroshi Abe, Yui Natsukawa, You, Kazuya Takahashi

Beloved director Kore-Eda Hirokazu (After Life, Nobody Knows) returns to the forefront of world cinema with Still Walking- an exquisitely detailed family drama. The film was one of the most critically acclaimed works at the Toronto, Tribeca, and San Francisco International Film Festivals. Lushly photographed, and with an expert script that incorporates elements of director Kore-Eda's personal experience, Still Walking is a quiet pleasure unlike anything else you will see this year. Recalling the delicate splendor of Yasujiro Ozu's Tokyo Story, Kore-Eda shows complete mastery of his characters while revealing the complex dynamics of an ultimately loving family.

In Japanese with English subtitles

WINNER: Asian Film Awards Best Director,

Mainichi Film Awards Best Actor

Mar del Plata Film Festival Best Film, Jury Prize

"TRANSCENDENT! . . .COMPLETELY ABSORBING! . . .so sure of its own scale and scope that while you're watching it, the rest of the world fades into irrelevance."


"TOKYO STORY. . . IKIRU. . .SANSHO THE BAILIFF. . . STILL WALKING almost certainly belongs to these ranks—we are in the presence of a new classic."

Joshua Rothkopf, Time Out New York

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06 FRI, 08 SUN, 09 MON 9:15pm:

An MBC Premiere «DIGITAL» Presentation!

In collaboration with Emerging Pictures

Miami Theatrical DIGITAL Premiere!


(Directed by Cherian Dabis/USA/Canada/96mins.)

With Nisreen Faour, Melkar Muallem, Hiam Abbass

Amreeka chronicles the adventures of Muna, a single mother who leaves the West Bank with Fadi, her teenage son, with dreams of an exciting future in the promised land of small town Illinois. In America, as her son navigates high school hallways the way he used to move through military checkpoints, the indomitable Muna scrambles together a new life cooking up falafel burgers as well as hamburgers at the local White Castle.

Told with heartfelt humor by writer-director Cherien Dabis in her feature film debut, Amreeka is a universal journey into the lives of a family of immigrants.

In English and Arabic with English subtitles.

WINNER: Cannes Film Festival FIPRESCI Prize

Cannes Film Festival Critics Prize Director's Fortnight

Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize Nominee Humanitas Award

"FUNNY and PLAYFUL! Beautifully written and directed”-Kenneth Turin LA Times

“The beauty of Amreeka is in first time director Cherian Dabis' nimble touch.”

-USA Today

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10 TUE 7pm:

Miami International Film Festival and

Miami Book Fair International present

“The Big Read Film Series”

focusing on Native American Cinema

The Wind and the Water (Burwa Dii Ebo)

(A film by Vero Bollow & the Igar Yala Collective/(Panama, 100 min.)

A young indigenous teen seeking his fortune in Panama City struggles to acclimate to chaotic urban life, where he becomes enamored with a girl from a wealthy, assimilated family. Later, he encounters his crush once again--but this time the landscape and tradition define their interaction.

OFFICIAL SELECTION: Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize Nominee

In Kuna and Spanish with English subtitles

Complimentary admission

11 WED 8:30pm:


Silent Film with LIVE accompaniment!

In collaboration with The Global Film Initiative

Miami Theatrical Premiere!

2009 Global Lens “Chairman's Choice”!

Margarette's Feast

(A Festa de Margarette)

(Directed by Renato Falcao/Brazil/2002/90mins.)

With Hique Gomez, Ilana Kaplan, Carmen Silva

A modern silent masterpiece using the style and techniques of Brazil's cinematic past, Margarette's Feast tells an allegory of Brazil's social struggles without words while making dazzling use of exhilarating Brazilian music. After losing his job, goodhearted but penniless Pedro comes into possession of a miraculous suitcase that never runs out of money, allowing him to throw an extravagant birthday party for his wife.

Silent film with English subtitles.

WINNER: Motovan Film Festival FIPRESCI Prize

Brazilia Festival of Brazilian Film Festival Special Jury Prize

“Superbly updates the style of silent movies to show how the spirit of Chaplin is still with us.” – International federation of Film Critics (FIPRESCI)

The film is accompanied by LIVE Brazilain guitar


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12 THU 8pm:


Period One: “The European Trilogy”

Europa (Zentropa)

(Directed by Lars von Trier/Denmark/1991/112mins.)

With Jean-Marc Barr, Barbara Suvoka, Max von Sydow, Udo Kier

“You will now listen to my voice . . . On the count of ten you will be in Europa . . .” So begins Max von Sydow's opening narration to Lars von Trier's hypnotic Europa (known in the U.S. as Zentropa), a fever dream in which American pacifist Leopold Kessler (Jean-Marc Barr) stumbles into a job as a sleeping-car conductor for the Zentropa railways in a Kafkaesque 1945 postwar Frankfurt. With its gorgeous black-and-white and color imagery and meticulously recreated (if then nightmarishly deconstructed) costumes and sets, Europa is one of the great Danish filmmaker's weirdest and most wonderful works, a runaway-train ride to an oddly futuristic past.

In English and German with English subtitles

WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Prix de Jury, Best Artistic Contribution

Fantasporto Festival International Fantasy Film Award Best Director


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13 FRI 8:30pm:


An MBC Premiere «DIGITAL» Presentation!

In collaboration with Emerging Pictures

Miami Theatrical DIGITAL Premiere!

The Seventh Seal (Det sjunde inseglet)

(Directed by Ingmar Bergman/Sweden/1957/96 mins.)

With Max von Sydow, Inga Landre, Gunnar Bjornstrand, Bibi Andersson

Much studied, imitated, even parodied, but never outdone, Bergman's stunning allegory of man's search for meaning, The Seventh Seal (Det sjunde inseglet), was one of the benchmark foreign imports of America's 1950s art-house heyday, pushing cinema's boundaries and ushering in a new era of moviegoing. Disillusioned and exhausted after a decade of battling in the Crusades, a knight (Max von Sydow) encounters Death on a desolate beach and challenges him to a fateful game of chess. . .

In Swedish with English subtitles.

WINNER: Golden Bear Berlin Film Festival and FIPRESCI Prize

Italian National Society of Film Critics Award

National Board of Review Best Foreign Film and Best Actor

“As the picture that launched art-house cinema (along with Bergman, leading player Max von Sydow, and distributor Janus Films), The Seventh Seal holds a place in movie annals as secure as that of Battleship Potemkin or Citizen Kane or any other earthshaking classic you care to name.”-Gary Giddens

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14 SAT, 15 SUN, 16 MON 7pm:

“JUDAICA on Film”

In collaboration with National Center for Jewish Film

Miami Theatrical Premiere!

Being Jewish in France

(Comme un Juif en France)

(Documentary directed by Yves Jeuland/France/2008/185mins.)

Narrated by Matthieu Amalric, star of The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

“In joy and in sorrow, from the Dreyfus affair to today”

Yves Jeuland's sweeping documentary explores the rich and complex history of Jews in France-the first country to grant Jews citizenship-beginning with Revolutionary cries of Vive la France in Yiddish through the explosive Dreyfus Affair; Vichy's murderous betrayal during World War II, and the absorption of Jews from Arab countries in the 1960's, to contemporary rising changes of anti-Semitism in France.

In French with English subtitles

WINNER: Jewish Experience Award Jerusalem Film Festival

“ **** ESSENTIAL VIEWING!...Combining testimonials, newsreel footage and snippets of cinematic representations from Renoir to Marcel Ophuls, Jeuland has concocted something close to a final word on the subject."-TIME OUT NY

"GOOD THINGS DON'T COME EXCLUSIVELY IN SMALL PACKAGES, sometimes they come in great big ones that don't stay around for very long. Which is the case with the exceptional new three-hour documentary that is playing for three days only at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art....”-Kenneth Turin, LA Times

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17 TUE 8pm:


Period Two: “The Dogma Years”

Breaking the Waves

(Directed by Lars von Trier/Denmark/1996/153mins.)

With Emily Watson, Stellan Skarsgard, Katrin Cartlidge, Jean-Marc Barr

In the back-to-the-basics headset of “Dogma 95” filmmaking (even though not completely complying with the rules and regulations of the movement, and before his true Dogma effort The Idiots) Von Trier created this internationally acclaimed drama.

A shy, religious woman (Emily Watson) sinks into a sea of mental instability and infidelity when her husband is paralyzed from the neck down in this tale set on the torrid shores of Scotland. Because he is no longer able to satisfy her, her husband convinces her to seek out sexual partners, something she is not emotionally equipped to handle.

WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Grand Jury Prize

César Awards Best Foreign language Film

European film Awards Best Actress and FIPRESCI Prize

National Society of Film Critics Best Film, Director, Actress, Cinematography

``Breaking the Waves'' is EMOTIONALLY AND SPIRITUALLY CHALLENGING, hammering at conventional morality with the belief that God not only sees all, but understands a great deal more than we give Him credit for.”-Roger Ebert


-Entertainment Weekly

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18 WED 8pm: Miami Short Film Festival

Gay Short Film Night: “SEXY BOYS”

(a compilation with running time 87.30mins.)

A program devoted to those cinematic male characters that enthrall their screen-mates- and us- with their particular magnetism.

Io Parlo! (I'll Tell on You!) (Italy, Marco Gainfreda) 20:00

Milestone (USA, Julie Tortorici) 8:33

A Silent Whisper (USA, Darrell Lake) 11:57

Curious Thing (USA, Alain Hain) 9:00

Ashes of Summer (Cyprus, Agis Paikos) 24:56

Protect Me From What I Want (United Kingdom, Dominic Leclerc) 13:34

Director and co-producer Alain Hain and writer and co-producer Jason Mills from Curious Thing will attend the screening for Q&A.

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19 THU 8pm:


Period Three: “Post Dogma”

Dancer in the Dark

(Directed by Lars von Trier/Denmark/2000/140mins.)

With Björk, Catherine Deneuve, David Morse, Joel Grey, Jean-Marc Barr

Winner of the Cannes Film Festival Palm d'Or in 2000, Dancer In The Dark once again shows Lars von Trier's refusal to play the same game as everyone else. In a genre-bending move, he creates a heart wrenching story of Selma (played by Björk, who also won Best Actress at Cannes and vowed never to act again after this experience), a Czech immigrant in rural America who is going blind, but finds meaning in life through the fantasy of classic Hollywood musicals. Tragic drama meets sing and dance, in one of the most unusual, original, and artistic musical films ever made.

WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Palm d'Or, Best Actress

European Film Awards Best Film, Director, Actress

Independent Spirit Awards Best Foreign Film

National Board of Review Best Performance by an Actress


A Triamph of form, content, and artistic integrity!”-Entertainment Weekly

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20 FRI, 21 SAT, 22 SUN, 23 MON 7pm:

“Cinema GREEN”, in collaboration with ECOMB

The Environmental Coalition of Miami & The Beaches

An MBC Premiere «DIGITAL» Presentation!

In collaboration with Emerging Pictures

Miami Theatrical DIGITAL Premiere!

Earth Days

(Documentary directed by Robert Stone/USA/102 mins.)

It is now all the rage in the Age of Al Gore and Obama, but can you remember when everyone in America was not “Going Green”? Visually stunning, vastly entertaining and awe-inspiring, Earth Days looks back to the dawn and development of the modern environmental movement—from its post-war rustlings in the 1950s and the 1962 publication of Rachel Carson's incendiary bestseller Silent Spring, to the first wildly successful 1970 Earth Day celebration and the subsequent firestorm of political action. Earth Days is both a poetic meditation on humanity's complex relationship with nature and an engaging history of the revolutionary achievements—and missed opportunities—of groundbreaking eco-activism.

The film will be introduced and followed by a Q&A with an expert TBA

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21 SAT 2pm:

Miami Short Film Festival

The BEST of the Festival!

Including all the WINNERS!

(to be announced on Friday the 20th!)

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20 FRI, 21 SAT, 22 SUN 9:15pm:

An MBC Premiere «DIGITAL» Presentation!

In collaboration with Emerging Pictures

Miami Theatrical DIGITAL Premiere!

35 Shots of Rum (35 Rhums)

(Directed by Claire Denis/France/100mins.)

With Alex Descas, Mati Diop, Nicole Dogue

A father and daughter's tender relationship is strained by the arrival of a handsome neighbor in this sublime new film from one of the most provocative and artistic women in the feature film industry, Claire Denis (Chocolate, Beau travail, Trouble Every Day).

Set among a small circle of friends in a Parisian suburb, 35 Shots of Rum is a warm and enchanting change of pace from this great French filmmaker, lovingly photographed by Agnès Godard, the longtime collaborating cinematographer on Claire Denis films.

In French and German with English subtitles

OFFICIAL SELECTION: Venice and Toronto Film Festivals

“FLUID, INCISIVE, AND QUIETLY DEVASTATING! People in Claire Denis's latest impressionistic beauty move in a series of flowing movements. . .The familial drama—a father's love collides with his daughter's need for independence—suggests Ozu's Late Autumn.”-Salon

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25 WED 8pm:


Period Four: “The American Trilogy”


(Directed by Lars von Trier/Denmark/2003/135mins.)

With Nicole Kidman, Harriet Anderson, Lauren Bacall, Jean-Marc Barr

Dogville is Lars von Trier's first film in his “American Trilogy”, a series of films set out to find mysteries in American history, developed by a very imaginative mind from a man who has never traveled to the United States. Dogville is a American town with chalk marks on the floor as walls. Grace, a visitor to Dogville, has a secret, and it is a dangerous one. Dogville may regret it ever began to bare its teeth. . .

WINNER: European Film Awards Best Director, Cinematographer

Sofia International Film Festival Best Film

Cinema Brazil Grand Prize Best Foreign Film

Copenhagen International Film Festival Honorary Award

“EXTRAORDINARY! Von Trier has re-written the rules of filmmaking once more!”

-The Evening Standard


yet has cinematic intensity”-James Christopher, The Times

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27 FRI, 28 SAT, 29 SUN, 30 MON 7pm:

An MBC Premiere «DIGITAL» Presentation!

In collaboration with Emerging Pictures

Miami Theatrical DIGITAL Premiere!

Coco Before Chanel (Coco avant Chanel)

(Directed by Anne Fontaine/France/2009/110min.)

With Audrey Tautou, Benoît Poelvoorde, Emmanuelle Devos, Marie Gillain

A little girl who is sent with her sister to an orphanage in the heart of France. . .

A cabaret performer with a weak voice who sings to an audience of drunken soldiers. . .

A humble seamstress, who stitches hems at the back of a provincial tailor's shop. . .

This is the story of Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel, who begins her life as a headstrong orphan, and through an extraordinary journey becomes the legendary couturier who embodied the modern woman and became a timeless symbol of success, freedom and style.

In French with English subtitles.

“REMARKABLE! With Audrey Tautou perfectly in sync with director Anne Fontaine, Chanel comes alive in ways you never imagined. MAGNIFIQUE INDEED!”

-Boston Herald

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27 FRI, 28 SAT, 29 SUN, 30 MON 9:15pm:

An MBC Premiere «DIGITAL» Presentation!

In collaboration with Emerging Pictures

Miami Theatrical DIGITAL Premiere!


(Directed by Cédric Klapisch/France/130mins.)

With Juliette Binoche, Romain Duris, Fabrice Luchini, Mélanie Laurent

Cédric Klapisch gathers together some of the biggest actors in French cinema for a valentine to the city of lights. While waiting for a heart transplant that could save his life, Pierre (Romain Duris) reunites with his sister (Juliette Binoche) and her lively children. This rediscovery of his family and observation of the teeming streets outside his window give Pierre hope, and a new sense of how he might spend the time still left to him. A cinematic love letter to the city that seems to hide a story behind every shop window, small alley, street market or grand apartment building, the film explores the life and love possible only in PARIS. In French with English subtitles.

"WONDERFUL. . . Klapisch has reached his filmmaking peak.”-NY Press

"Above all, Paris, in which the monuments are SPREAD OUT BEFORE YOU LIKE A SUMPTUOUS OUTDOOR BANQUET, evokes the city as a robust social organism."

-Stephen Holden, New York Times

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DEC 03 THU 7pm-11pm Reception for the artists

The films and photographs of ALEX NAHON

Alex Nahon is an artist and filmmaker born in Paris, France. During the past ten years, his photos and film-installations were presented in some of the most prestigious art shows in the US and Europe. In addition to his art work, Alex Nahon has written, directed, acted in and produced fiction short-films, documentaries, music videos and commercials. As an actor, he recently played the ex-boyfriend of Academy Award Nominee Julie Delpy in the comedy Two Days in Paris (2007), Delpy's successful directorial debut starring Adam Goldberg. He will come back as 'Manu' in the sequel to come Two Days in New York. He recently directed a Film-Portrait of the Swedish singer Lykke Li, which eventually became a music video for her song 'This Trumpet In My Mind' from her worldly acclaimed debut album 'Youth Novels'. Alex Nahon is currently living in NYC, working on his first feature film as a writer/director, Don't Shoot the Piano Player, based on David Goodis novel.

With the video short compilation: Parts of a Room


Four artists (each representing a line that completes a box, or in this case a room) were asked to create a video based on their individual concept of space and environment. The artists selected work with video and photography but are deeply influenced by other disciplines such as dance, music, and performance. Each artist was assigned a chapter to the concept. Discussions on details were not to be shared and the end result is a video short compilation that completes a story line.

“The idea of boxes, lines, space and environment and how individuals define these ideas based on their own experiences is intriguing to me as a conceptual visual artist. Although my work might seem restricting and isolating, the initial goal is to communicate to an audience the repercussion of social separation due to our virtual based media world. I am curious to know how this is affecting other artists. Is this state of being causing reflection, introspection, transcending thoughts of self observation within the artist's own space? Or is it making the artist a seeming voyeur, stepping out of their own box as they observe others and manipulate individuals in their work in a crafty approach to evaluate their mental state, creating a virtual reality?”-Belaxis Buil

04 FRI, 05 SAT, 06 SUN, 07 MON, 08 TUE:

7pm, 9:15pm:

An MBC Premiere «DIGITAL» Presentation!


In collaboration with Emerging Pictures

Miami Theatrical DIGITAL Premiere!


Period Five: “The Latest Provocation”


(Directed by Lars von Trier/Denmark/2009/109mins.)

With Willem Dafoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg

Lars von Trier's Antichrist was the sensation of the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, the most provocative film in a very provocative year. There was “before-Antichrist” and “after- Antichrist”, and the art film world was turned upside down because of it. Critic's loved it or hated it. And Lars von Trier claimed he was the best filmmaker in the entire world. His film concerns a grieving couple's retreat to 'Eden', their isolated cabin in the woods, where they hope to repair their broken hearts and troubled marriage. But nature takes its course and things go from bad to worse. . .

Due to the provocative nature of this film, under age seventeen is not admitted.

WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Best Actress

"Serious film people on several continents will be talking about von Trier's affront, defending or deriding it, finding it hard to ignore. Short of a flat-out masterpiece, WHAT MORE CAN MOVIES OFFER?"-Time Magazine

Including the short version of the video compilation: Parts of a Room


(see description above)

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FILMS: $10 or $7 MBC Members, $8 Students & Seniors

SAT 31st webcast Q&A with Francis Coppola: $12/ $10 Members/ $11 Sen., Stud.

SAT Nov 07 "Sleepless Night": complimentary admission

SUN Nov 08 "Who Does She Think She Is": $12/ $10 Members/ $11 Sen., Stud.

TUE Nov 10 "The Big Read Film Series": complimentary admission

WED Nov 11 "SILENTS PLEASE!": $12/ $10 Members/ $11 Sen., Stud

THU Dec 03 Art Basel Opening Reception For the Artists: complimentary admission

Parking: 16th St. between Collins and Washington (covered lot)

or 16th St and Drexel Avenue (open lot)

Doors open fifteen minutes before screenings
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