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MBC Interactive Archive Project OVERVIEW OF THE 1960s!

  • 07 Jan 2020
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • O Cinema South Beach at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, Miami Beach 33139
  • 33


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TUE, JAN 07, 7p:





The MBC Interactive Archive Project debuts the 1960s tonight…after 50 years (so far) of collecting and months of cataloging, organizing, grouping and scanning images to represent the history of cinema illustrated by vintage film accessories and ephemera. Tonight we reveal the 1960s section of the digital presentation…from the establishment and the Hollywood New Wave in the USA, including sexploitation and Florida filmmaking, to the various Eastern European socially charged film movements, Beatlemania and the kitchen sink filmmakers in England, Cinema Novo in Brazil, Nuevo Cine in South America, the revolutionary Cuban filmmakers, and of course, the French Nouvelle Vague, and more! MBFS presents the 1960s, in a record thirty four galleries representing the major directors, stars, genres and movements from around the world.

This is the fifth installment in the massive project, complemented by an ongoing MBFS retrospective of highlights of world cinema. This overview will reveal a world of images to tell the history of cinema in a theatrical setting. Hope to see you there!”

-Dana Keith, MBC Founder/MBFS Director, and collector!

The MBC Interactive Archive Project is made possible

by a generous grant from the

John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

as part of its Knight Arts Challenge


The MBC Interactive Archive exhibition: 1960s

is currently on display! (before and after shows)


MBFS is a not for profit 501(c)3 organization that is supported by people like YOU and by Basser Arts Foundation; French Consulate Cultural Services; John S. and James L. Knight Foundation; City of Miami Beach, Cultural Affairs Program, Cultural Arts Council; Miami Dade County Mayor & Board of Commissioners & Miami Dade County Cultural Affairs Council; Florida Department of State Division of Cultural Affairs. 








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