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    • 28 Apr 2017
    • 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 30

     

    FRI, APR 28, 7:30p film, (THE DEATH OF LOUIS XIV) and 9:30p Q&A:

    “S P E A K I N G   I N   C I N E M A  #12”

    A series of events at MBC

    celebrating cinema as a art-form


    With special guests

    Director

    ALBERT SERRA

    &

    Film Comment Film Critic & Filmmaker

    YONCA TALU

    Hosted by

    Miami Film Critic

    HANS MORGENSTERN

    Discussing

    the films of Albert Serra including

    THE DEATH OF LOUIS XIV

    (La Mort de Louis XIV)

    Made possible through the generous support of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, as part of the Knight Arts Challenge, with additional support from the Sagamore Hotel, Nespresso and Coppola Wines

    SPEAKING IN CINEMA presented by MBC is a series of events giving an in-depth look at the intricacies of the art of filmmaking led by local and visiting film critics. With filmmakers, artists and international specialists as guests, connecting to and supplementing MBC programming, the series of discussions is an ongoing and inclusive celebration of the art of cinema, the “Seventh Art”, which brings together all of the other six. SPEAKING IN CINEMA explores cinema’s past, present and future as the medium that encompasses spatial, temporal and visual aspects of art. The series provides a platform for continued engagement with a video library of the events to be released soon on the MBC website.

    Info on the film:

    Florida Premiere Engagement!

    “Best of Cannes”

    Winner: Prix Jean Vigo 2016

    THE DEATH OF LOUIS XIV

    (La mort de Louis XIV)

    Directed by ALBERT SERRA/France/Spain/2016/1 hr, 55mins.

    With Jean-Pierre Léaud, Bernard Belin, Phillippe Crespeau


    Versailles, August 1715. After going for a walk, Louis XIV (Jean-Pierre Léaud) feels a pain in his leg. The next days, the Sun King fulfills his duties and obligations, but he has trouble sleeping. A serious fever erupts, which marks the start of the slow agony of the greatest King of France. Surrounded by doctors and family, he struggles to run the country from his bed. Based on extensive medical records and the memoirs of the Duke of Saint-Simon and other courtiers, The Death of Louis XIV is a magistral, neoclassical chamber drama, a work of pure magic. (In French with English subtitles).

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival Special Screening

    WINNER: Prix Jean Vigo, 2016

    WINNER: Online Film Critics Society Best Non-US Release

    WINNER: Best International Feature Jerusalem Film Festival

    WINNER: Lumiere Awards Best Actor, Best Cinematography

    WINNER: International Cinephile Awards Best Picture Not Released in 2016

    “SURELY THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FILM AT CANNES 2016…One of Sight and Sound’s Best Films of 2016”-Jonathan Romney, Sight and Sound

    “A MEZMERIZING ELEGY”-Manohla Dargis, New York Times

    “AN INSTANT CLASSIC”-Nina Menkes, filmmaker

    “LÉAUD’S FINEST ONSCREEN CREATION SINCE THE 400 BLOWS

    -Eric Kohn, IndieWire  

    “POIGNANT”-New York Times

    “DEEPLY MOVING”-BFI

    “MAGNIFICENT”-Mubi

    “UNFORGETABLE”-Film Journal International

    “EXQUISITE”-Film Comment

    “HAUNTING”-Sight and Sound




     

    • 29 Apr 2017
    • 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SAT, APRIL 29, 4:30p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement!

    AFTER THE STORM

    Directed by HIROKAZU KOREEDA/Japan/2017/1hr, 57mins.

    With Hiroshi Abe, YA ko Maki, TaiyA Yoshizawa


    Dwelling on his past glory as a prize-winning author, Ryota (Hiroshi Abe) wastes the money he makes as a private detective on gambling and can barely pay child support. After the death of his father, his aging mother (Kirin Kiki) and beautiful ex-wife (Yoko Make) seem to be moving on with their lives. Renewing contact with his initially distrusting family, Ryota struggles to take back control of his existence and to find a lasting place in the life of his young son (Taiyo Yoshizawa) - until a stormy summer night offers them a chance to truly bond again.

    (In Japanese with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Un Certain Regard Cannes Film Festival

    "★★★★ The performances are brilliant throughout the ensemble and the script is full of great one-liners. After the Storm is undoubtedly one of Kore-eda's best."–John Bleasdale, Cine-vue.com

    "The filmmaking is so exquisite and the acting so calibrated it sticks with you."–Deborah Young, The Hollywood Reporter

    "★★★★ Even long-standing fans of the Japanese filmmaker might be taken aback by the supreme subtlety of his latest, achingly beautiful ode to the quiet complexities of family life."–Robbie Collin, The Daily Telegraph


    • 29 Apr 2017
    • 6:45 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SAT, APRIL 29, 6:45p:

    Florida Premiere Engagement!

    “Best of Cannes”

    Winner: Prix Jean Vigo 2016

    THE DEATH OF LOUIS XIV

    (La mort de Louis XIV)

    Directed by ALBERT SERRA/France/Spain/2016/1 hr, 55mins.

    With Jean-Pierre Léaud, Bernard Belin, Phillippe Crespeau


    Versailles, August 1715. After going for a walk, Louis XIV (Jean-Pierre Léaud) feels a pain in his leg. The next days, the Sun King fulfills his duties and obligations, but he has trouble sleeping. A serious fever erupts, which marks the start of the slow agony of the greatest King of France. Surrounded by doctors and family, he struggles to run the country from his bed. Based on extensive medical records and the memoirs of the Duke of Saint-Simon and other courtiers, The Death of Louis XIV is a magistral, neoclassical chamber drama, a work of pure magic. (In French with English subtitles).

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival Special Screening

    WINNER: Prix Jean Vigo, 2016

    WINNER: Online Film Critics Society Best Non-US Release

    WINNER: Best International Feature Jerusalem Film Festival

    WINNER: Lumiere Awards Best Actor, Best Cinematography

    WINNER: International Cinephile Awards Best Picture Not Released in 2016

    “SURELY THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FILM AT CANNES 2016…One of Sight and Sound’s Best Films of 2016”-Jonathan Romney, Sight and Sound

    “A MEZMERIZING ELEGY”-Manohla Dargis, New York Times

    “AN INSTANT CLASSIC”-Nina Menkes, filmmaker

    “LÉAUD’S FINEST ONSCREEN CREATION SINCE THE 400 BLOWS

    -Eric Kohn, IndieWire  

    “POIGNANT”-New York Times

    “DEEPLY MOVING”-BFI

    “MAGNIFICENT”-Mubi

    “UNFORGETABLE”-Film Journal International

    “EXQUISITE”-Film Comment

    “HAUNTING”-Sight and Sound


    • 29 Apr 2017
    • 8:55 PM - 10:55 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 59


    SAT, APRIL 29, 8:55p:

    Florida Premiere Engagement!

    “Best of Cannes”

    Winner: Prix Jean Vigo 2016

    THE DEATH OF LOUIS XIV

    (La mort de Louis XIV)

    Directed by ALBERT SERRA/France/Spain/2016/1 hr, 55mins.

    With Jean-Pierre Léaud, Bernard Belin, Phillippe Crespeau


    Versailles, August 1715. After going for a walk, Louis XIV (Jean-Pierre Léaud) feels a pain in his leg. The next days, the Sun King fulfills his duties and obligations, but he has trouble sleeping. A serious fever erupts, which marks the start of the slow agony of the greatest King of France. Surrounded by doctors and family, he struggles to run the country from his bed. Based on extensive medical records and the memoirs of the Duke of Saint-Simon and other courtiers, The Death of Louis XIV is a magistral, neoclassical chamber drama, a work of pure magic. (In French with English subtitles).

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival Special Screening

    WINNER: Prix Jean Vigo, 2016

    WINNER: Online Film Critics Society Best Non-US Release

    WINNER: Best International Feature Jerusalem Film Festival

    WINNER: Lumiere Awards Best Actor, Best Cinematography

    WINNER: International Cinephile Awards Best Picture Not Released in 2016

    “SURELY THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FILM AT CANNES 2016…One of Sight and Sound’s Best Films of 2016”-Jonathan Romney, Sight and Sound

    “A MEZMERIZING ELEGY”-Manohla Dargis, New York Times

    “AN INSTANT CLASSIC”-Nina Menkes, filmmaker

    “LÉAUD’S FINEST ONSCREEN CREATION SINCE THE 400 BLOWS

    -Eric Kohn, IndieWire  

    “POIGNANT”-New York Times

    “DEEPLY MOVING”-BFI

    “MAGNIFICENT”-Mubi

    “UNFORGETABLE”-Film Journal International

    “EXQUISITE”-Film Comment

    “HAUNTING”-Sight and Sound


    • 30 Apr 2017
    • 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SUN, APRIL 30, 4:30p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement!

    AFTER THE STORM

    Directed by HIROKAZU KOREEDA/Japan/2017/1hr, 57mins.

    With Hiroshi Abe, YA ko Maki, TaiyA Yoshizawa


    Dwelling on his past glory as a prize-winning author, Ryota (Hiroshi Abe) wastes the money he makes as a private detective on gambling and can barely pay child support. After the death of his father, his aging mother (Kirin Kiki) and beautiful ex-wife (Yoko Make) seem to be moving on with their lives. Renewing contact with his initially distrusting family, Ryota struggles to take back control of his existence and to find a lasting place in the life of his young son (Taiyo Yoshizawa) - until a stormy summer night offers them a chance to truly bond again.

    (In Japanese with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Un Certain Regard Cannes Film Festival

    "★★★★ The performances are brilliant throughout the ensemble and the script is full of great one-liners. After the Storm is undoubtedly one of Kore-eda's best."–John Bleasdale, Cine-vue.com

    "The filmmaking is so exquisite and the acting so calibrated it sticks with you."–Deborah Young, The Hollywood Reporter

    "★★★★ Even long-standing fans of the Japanese filmmaker might be taken aback by the supreme subtlety of his latest, achingly beautiful ode to the quiet complexities of family life."–Robbie Collin, The Daily Telegraph


    • 30 Apr 2017
    • 6:45 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SUN, APRIL 30, 6:45p:

    Florida Premiere Engagement!

    “Best of Cannes”

    Winner: Prix Jean Vigo 2016

    THE DEATH OF LOUIS XIV

    (La mort de Louis XIV)

    Directed by ALBERT SERRA/France/Spain/2016/1 hr, 55mins.

    With Jean-Pierre Léaud, Bernard Belin, Phillippe Crespeau


    Versailles, August 1715. After going for a walk, Louis XIV (Jean-Pierre Léaud) feels a pain in his leg. The next days, the Sun King fulfills his duties and obligations, but he has trouble sleeping. A serious fever erupts, which marks the start of the slow agony of the greatest King of France. Surrounded by doctors and family, he struggles to run the country from his bed. Based on extensive medical records and the memoirs of the Duke of Saint-Simon and other courtiers, The Death of Louis XIV is a magistral, neoclassical chamber drama, a work of pure magic. (In French with English subtitles).

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival Special Screening

    WINNER: Prix Jean Vigo, 2016

    WINNER: Online Film Critics Society Best Non-US Release

    WINNER: Best International Feature Jerusalem Film Festival

    WINNER: Lumiere Awards Best Actor, Best Cinematography

    WINNER: International Cinephile Awards Best Picture Not Released in 2016

    “SURELY THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FILM AT CANNES 2016…One of Sight and Sound’s Best Films of 2016”-Jonathan Romney, Sight and Sound

    “A MEZMERIZING ELEGY”-Manohla Dargis, New York Times

    “AN INSTANT CLASSIC”-Nina Menkes, filmmaker

    “LÉAUD’S FINEST ONSCREEN CREATION SINCE THE 400 BLOWS

    -Eric Kohn, IndieWire  

    “POIGNANT”-New York Times

    “DEEPLY MOVING”-BFI

    “MAGNIFICENT”-Mubi

    “UNFORGETABLE”-Film Journal International

    “EXQUISITE”-Film Comment

    “HAUNTING”-Sight and Sound


    • 30 Apr 2017
    • 8:55 PM - 10:55 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SUN, APRIL 30, 8:55p:

    Florida Premiere Engagement!

    “Best of Cannes”

    Winner: Prix Jean Vigo 2016

    THE DEATH OF LOUIS XIV

    (La mort de Louis XIV)

    Directed by ALBERT SERRA/France/Spain/2016/1 hr, 55mins.

    With Jean-Pierre Léaud, Bernard Belin, Phillippe Crespeau


    Versailles, August 1715. After going for a walk, Louis XIV (Jean-Pierre Léaud) feels a pain in his leg. The next days, the Sun King fulfills his duties and obligations, but he has trouble sleeping. A serious fever erupts, which marks the start of the slow agony of the greatest King of France. Surrounded by doctors and family, he struggles to run the country from his bed. Based on extensive medical records and the memoirs of the Duke of Saint-Simon and other courtiers, The Death of Louis XIV is a magistral, neoclassical chamber drama, a work of pure magic. (In French with English subtitles).

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival Special Screening

    WINNER: Prix Jean Vigo, 2016

    WINNER: Online Film Critics Society Best Non-US Release

    WINNER: Best International Feature Jerusalem Film Festival

    WINNER: Lumiere Awards Best Actor, Best Cinematography

    WINNER: International Cinephile Awards Best Picture Not Released in 2016

    “SURELY THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FILM AT CANNES 2016…One of Sight and Sound’s Best Films of 2016”-Jonathan Romney, Sight and Sound

    “A MEZMERIZING ELEGY”-Manohla Dargis, New York Times

    “AN INSTANT CLASSIC”-Nina Menkes, filmmaker

    “LÉAUD’S FINEST ONSCREEN CREATION SINCE THE 400 BLOWS

    -Eric Kohn, IndieWire  

    “POIGNANT”-New York Times

    “DEEPLY MOVING”-BFI

    “MAGNIFICENT”-Mubi

    “UNFORGETABLE”-Film Journal International

    “EXQUISITE”-Film Comment

    “HAUNTING”-Sight and Sound


    • 03 May 2017
    • 6:45 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    WED, MAY 03, 6:45p:

    Florida Premiere Engagement!

    “Best of Cannes”

    Winner: Prix Jean Vigo 2016

    THE DEATH OF LOUIS XIV

    (La mort de Louis XIV)

    Directed by ALBERT SERRA/France/Spain/2016/1 hr, 55mins.

    With Jean-Pierre Léaud, Bernard Belin, Phillippe Crespeau


    Versailles, August 1715. After going for a walk, Louis XIV (Jean-Pierre Léaud) feels a pain in his leg. The next days, the Sun King fulfills his duties and obligations, but he has trouble sleeping. A serious fever erupts, which marks the start of the slow agony of the greatest King of France. Surrounded by doctors and family, he struggles to run the country from his bed. Based on extensive medical records and the memoirs of the Duke of Saint-Simon and other courtiers, The Death of Louis XIV is a magistral, neoclassical chamber drama, a work of pure magic. (In French with English subtitles).

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival Special Screening

    WINNER: Prix Jean Vigo, 2016

    WINNER: Online Film Critics Society Best Non-US Release

    WINNER: Best International Feature Jerusalem Film Festival

    WINNER: Lumiere Awards Best Actor, Best Cinematography

    WINNER: International Cinephile Awards Best Picture Not Released in 2016

    “SURELY THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FILM AT CANNES 2016…One of Sight and Sound’s Best Films of 2016”-Jonathan Romney, Sight and Sound

    “A MEZMERIZING ELEGY”-Manohla Dargis, New York Times

    “AN INSTANT CLASSIC”-Nina Menkes, filmmaker

    “LÉAUD’S FINEST ONSCREEN CREATION SINCE THE 400 BLOWS

    -Eric Kohn, IndieWire  

    “POIGNANT”-New York Times

    “DEEPLY MOVING”-BFI

    “MAGNIFICENT”-Mubi

    “UNFORGETABLE”-Film Journal International

    “EXQUISITE”-Film Comment

    “HAUNTING”-Sight and Sound


    • 03 May 2017
    • 8:55 PM - 10:55 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    WED, MAY 03, 8:55p:

    Florida Premiere Engagement!

    “Best of Cannes”

    Winner: Prix Jean Vigo 2016

    THE DEATH OF LOUIS XIV

    (La mort de Louis XIV)

    Directed by ALBERT SERRA/France/Spain/2016/1 hr, 55mins.

    With Jean-Pierre Léaud, Bernard Belin, Phillippe Crespeau


    Versailles, August 1715. After going for a walk, Louis XIV (Jean-Pierre Léaud) feels a pain in his leg. The next days, the Sun King fulfills his duties and obligations, but he has trouble sleeping. A serious fever erupts, which marks the start of the slow agony of the greatest King of France. Surrounded by doctors and family, he struggles to run the country from his bed. Based on extensive medical records and the memoirs of the Duke of Saint-Simon and other courtiers, The Death of Louis XIV is a magistral, neoclassical chamber drama, a work of pure magic. (In French with English subtitles).

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival Special Screening

    WINNER: Prix Jean Vigo, 2016

    WINNER: Online Film Critics Society Best Non-US Release

    WINNER: Best International Feature Jerusalem Film Festival

    WINNER: Lumiere Awards Best Actor, Best Cinematography

    WINNER: International Cinephile Awards Best Picture Not Released in 2016

    “SURELY THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FILM AT CANNES 2016…One of Sight and Sound’s Best Films of 2016”-Jonathan Romney, Sight and Sound

    “A MEZMERIZING ELEGY”-Manohla Dargis, New York Times

    “AN INSTANT CLASSIC”-Nina Menkes, filmmaker

    “LÉAUD’S FINEST ONSCREEN CREATION SINCE THE 400 BLOWS

    -Eric Kohn, IndieWire  

    “POIGNANT”-New York Times

    “DEEPLY MOVING”-BFI

    “MAGNIFICENT”-Mubi

    “UNFORGETABLE”-Film Journal International

    “EXQUISITE”-Film Comment

    “HAUNTING”-Sight and Sound


    • 04 May 2017
    • 6:45 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    THU, MAY 04, 6:45p:

    Florida Premiere Engagement!

    “Best of Cannes”

    Winner: Prix Jean Vigo 2016

    THE DEATH OF LOUIS XIV

    (La mort de Louis XIV)

    Directed by ALBERT SERRA/France/Spain/2016/1 hr, 55mins.

    With Jean-Pierre Léaud, Bernard Belin, Phillippe Crespeau


    Versailles, August 1715. After going for a walk, Louis XIV (Jean-Pierre Léaud) feels a pain in his leg. The next days, the Sun King fulfills his duties and obligations, but he has trouble sleeping. A serious fever erupts, which marks the start of the slow agony of the greatest King of France. Surrounded by doctors and family, he struggles to run the country from his bed. Based on extensive medical records and the memoirs of the Duke of Saint-Simon and other courtiers, The Death of Louis XIV is a magistral, neoclassical chamber drama, a work of pure magic. (In French with English subtitles).

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival Special Screening

    WINNER: Prix Jean Vigo, 2016

    WINNER: Online Film Critics Society Best Non-US Release

    WINNER: Best International Feature Jerusalem Film Festival

    WINNER: Lumiere Awards Best Actor, Best Cinematography

    WINNER: International Cinephile Awards Best Picture Not Released in 2016

    “SURELY THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FILM AT CANNES 2016…One of Sight and Sound’s Best Films of 2016”-Jonathan Romney, Sight and Sound

    “A MEZMERIZING ELEGY”-Manohla Dargis, New York Times

    “AN INSTANT CLASSIC”-Nina Menkes, filmmaker

    “LÉAUD’S FINEST ONSCREEN CREATION SINCE THE 400 BLOWS

    -Eric Kohn, IndieWire  

    “POIGNANT”-New York Times

    “DEEPLY MOVING”-BFI

    “MAGNIFICENT”-Mubi

    “UNFORGETABLE”-Film Journal International

    “EXQUISITE”-Film Comment

    “HAUNTING”-Sight and Sound


    • 04 May 2017
    • 8:55 PM - 10:55 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    THU, MAY 04, 8:55p:

    Florida Premiere Engagement!

    “Best of Cannes”

    Winner: Prix Jean Vigo 2016

    THE DEATH OF LOUIS XIV

    (La mort de Louis XIV)

    Directed by ALBERT SERRA/France/Spain/2016/1 hr, 55mins.

    With Jean-Pierre Léaud, Bernard Belin, Phillippe Crespeau


    Versailles, August 1715. After going for a walk, Louis XIV (Jean-Pierre Léaud) feels a pain in his leg. The next days, the Sun King fulfills his duties and obligations, but he has trouble sleeping. A serious fever erupts, which marks the start of the slow agony of the greatest King of France. Surrounded by doctors and family, he struggles to run the country from his bed. Based on extensive medical records and the memoirs of the Duke of Saint-Simon and other courtiers, The Death of Louis XIV is a magistral, neoclassical chamber drama, a work of pure magic. (In French with English subtitles).

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival Special Screening

    WINNER: Prix Jean Vigo, 2016

    WINNER: Online Film Critics Society Best Non-US Release

    WINNER: Best International Feature Jerusalem Film Festival

    WINNER: Lumiere Awards Best Actor, Best Cinematography

    WINNER: International Cinephile Awards Best Picture Not Released in 2016

    “SURELY THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FILM AT CANNES 2016…One of Sight and Sound’s Best Films of 2016”-Jonathan Romney, Sight and Sound

    “A MEZMERIZING ELEGY”-Manohla Dargis, New York Times

    “AN INSTANT CLASSIC”-Nina Menkes, filmmaker

    “LÉAUD’S FINEST ONSCREEN CREATION SINCE THE 400 BLOWS

    -Eric Kohn, IndieWire  

    “POIGNANT”-New York Times

    “DEEPLY MOVING”-BFI

    “MAGNIFICENT”-Mubi

    “UNFORGETABLE”-Film Journal International

    “EXQUISITE”-Film Comment

    “HAUNTING”-Sight and Sound


    • 05 May 2017
    • 6:45 PM - 8:55 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    FRI, MAY 05, 6:45p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    GRADUATION

    (Bacalaureat)

    Directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU/Romania/2017/2hr, 8mins.

    With Adrien Titieni, Maria Dragus, Lia Bugnar, Vlad Ivanov


    Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold. (In Romanian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival 2016

    ★★★★★ A masterly, complex movie of psychological subtlety and moral weight.”- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

    “It might be Mungiu's best work yet.”-Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice

    Extraordinary. A superb look at a father pushed too far.”

    -Ben Croll, The Wrap


    • 05 May 2017
    • 9:00 PM - 11:10 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    FRI, MAY 05, 9p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    GRADUATION

    (Bacalaureat)

    Directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU/Romania/2017/2hr, 8mins.

    With Adrien Titieni, Maria Dragus, Lia Bugnar, Vlad Ivanov


    Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold. (In Romanian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival 2016

    ★★★★★ A masterly, complex movie of psychological subtlety and moral weight.”- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

    “It might be Mungiu's best work yet.”-Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice

    Extraordinary. A superb look at a father pushed too far.”

    -Ben Croll, The Wrap


    • 06 May 2017
    • 4:15 PM - 6:25 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SAT, MAY 06, 4:15p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    GRADUATION

    (Bacalaureat)

    Directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU/Romania/2017/2hr, 8mins.

    With Adrien Titieni, Maria Dragus, Lia Bugnar, Vlad Ivanov


    Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold. (In Romanian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival 2016

    ★★★★★ A masterly, complex movie of psychological subtlety and moral weight.”- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

    “It might be Mungiu's best work yet.”-Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice

    Extraordinary. A superb look at a father pushed too far.”

    -Ben Croll, The Wrap


    • 06 May 2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SAT, MAY 06, 6:30p:

    Florida Premiere Engagement!

    “Best of Cannes”

    Winner: Prix Jean Vigo 2016

    THE DEATH OF LOUIS XIV

    (La mort de Louis XIV)

    Directed by ALBERT SERRA/France/Spain/2016/1 hr, 55mins.

    With Jean-Pierre Léaud, Bernard Belin, Phillippe Crespeau


    Versailles, August 1715. After going for a walk, Louis XIV (Jean-Pierre Léaud) feels a pain in his leg. The next days, the Sun King fulfills his duties and obligations, but he has trouble sleeping. A serious fever erupts, which marks the start of the slow agony of the greatest King of France. Surrounded by doctors and family, he struggles to run the country from his bed. Based on extensive medical records and the memoirs of the Duke of Saint-Simon and other courtiers, The Death of Louis XIV is a magistral, neoclassical chamber drama, a work of pure magic. (In French with English subtitles).

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival Special Screening

    WINNER: Prix Jean Vigo, 2016

    WINNER: Online Film Critics Society Best Non-US Release

    WINNER: Best International Feature Jerusalem Film Festival

    WINNER: Lumiere Awards Best Actor, Best Cinematography

    WINNER: International Cinephile Awards Best Picture Not Released in 2016

    “SURELY THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FILM AT CANNES 2016…One of Sight and Sound’s Best Films of 2016”-Jonathan Romney, Sight and Sound

    “A MEZMERIZING ELEGY”-Manohla Dargis, New York Times

    “AN INSTANT CLASSIC”-Nina Menkes, filmmaker

    “LÉAUD’S FINEST ONSCREEN CREATION SINCE THE 400 BLOWS

    -Eric Kohn, IndieWire  

    “POIGNANT”-New York Times

    “DEEPLY MOVING”-BFI

    “MAGNIFICENT”-Mubi

    “UNFORGETABLE”-Film Journal International

    “EXQUISITE”-Film Comment

    “HAUNTING”-Sight and Sound


    • 06 May 2017
    • 8:45 PM - 10:55 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SAT, MAY 06, 8:45p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    GRADUATION

    (Bacalaureat)

    Directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU/Romania/2017/2hr, 8mins.

    With Adrien Titieni, Maria Dragus, Lia Bugnar, Vlad Ivanov


    Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold. (In Romanian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival 2016

    ★★★★★ A masterly, complex movie of psychological subtlety and moral weight.”- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

    “It might be Mungiu's best work yet.”-Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice

    Extraordinary. A superb look at a father pushed too far.”

    -Ben Croll, The Wrap


    • 07 May 2017
    • 4:15 PM - 6:25 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SUN, MAY 07, 4:15p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    GRADUATION

    (Bacalaureat)

    Directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU/Romania/2017/2hr, 8mins.

    With Adrien Titieni, Maria Dragus, Lia Bugnar, Vlad Ivanov


    Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold. (In Romanian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival 2016

    ★★★★★ A masterly, complex movie of psychological subtlety and moral weight.”- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

    “It might be Mungiu's best work yet.”-Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice

    Extraordinary. A superb look at a father pushed too far.”

    -Ben Croll, The Wrap


    • 07 May 2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 59


    SUN, MAY 07, 6:30p:

    Florida Premiere Engagement!

    “Best of Cannes”

    Winner: Prix Jean Vigo 2016

    THE DEATH OF LOUIS XIV

    (La mort de Louis XIV)

    Directed by ALBERT SERRA/France/Spain/2016/1 hr, 55mins.

    With Jean-Pierre Léaud, Bernard Belin, Phillippe Crespeau


    Versailles, August 1715. After going for a walk, Louis XIV (Jean-Pierre Léaud) feels a pain in his leg. The next days, the Sun King fulfills his duties and obligations, but he has trouble sleeping. A serious fever erupts, which marks the start of the slow agony of the greatest King of France. Surrounded by doctors and family, he struggles to run the country from his bed. Based on extensive medical records and the memoirs of the Duke of Saint-Simon and other courtiers, The Death of Louis XIV is a magistral, neoclassical chamber drama, a work of pure magic. (In French with English subtitles).

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival Special Screening

    WINNER: Prix Jean Vigo, 2016

    WINNER: Online Film Critics Society Best Non-US Release

    WINNER: Best International Feature Jerusalem Film Festival

    WINNER: Lumiere Awards Best Actor, Best Cinematography

    WINNER: International Cinephile Awards Best Picture Not Released in 2016

    “SURELY THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FILM AT CANNES 2016…One of Sight and Sound’s Best Films of 2016”-Jonathan Romney, Sight and Sound

    “A MEZMERIZING ELEGY”-Manohla Dargis, New York Times

    “AN INSTANT CLASSIC”-Nina Menkes, filmmaker

    “LÉAUD’S FINEST ONSCREEN CREATION SINCE THE 400 BLOWS

    -Eric Kohn, IndieWire  

    “POIGNANT”-New York Times

    “DEEPLY MOVING”-BFI

    “MAGNIFICENT”-Mubi

    “UNFORGETABLE”-Film Journal International

    “EXQUISITE”-Film Comment

    “HAUNTING”-Sight and Sound


    • 07 May 2017
    • 8:45 PM - 10:55 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SUN, MAY 07, 8:45p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    GRADUATION

    (Bacalaureat)

    Directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU/Romania/2017/2hr, 8mins.

    With Adrien Titieni, Maria Dragus, Lia Bugnar, Vlad Ivanov


    Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold. (In Romanian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival 2016

    ★★★★★ A masterly, complex movie of psychological subtlety and moral weight.”- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

    “It might be Mungiu's best work yet.”-Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice

    Extraordinary. A superb look at a father pushed too far.”

    -Ben Croll, The Wrap


    • 10 May 2017
    • 6:45 PM - 8:55 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    WED, MAY 10, 6:45p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    GRADUATION

    (Bacalaureat)

    Directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU/Romania/2017/2hr, 8mins.

    With Adrien Titieni, Maria Dragus, Lia Bugnar, Vlad Ivanov


    Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold. (In Romanian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival 2016

    ★★★★★ A masterly, complex movie of psychological subtlety and moral weight.”- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

    “It might be Mungiu's best work yet.”-Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice

    Extraordinary. A superb look at a father pushed too far.”

    -Ben Croll, The Wrap


    • 10 May 2017
    • 9:00 PM - 11:10 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    WED, MAY 10, 9p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    GRADUATION

    (Bacalaureat)

    Directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU/Romania/2017/2hr, 8mins.

    With Adrien Titieni, Maria Dragus, Lia Bugnar, Vlad Ivanov


    Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold. (In Romanian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival 2016

    ★★★★★ A masterly, complex movie of psychological subtlety and moral weight.”- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

    “It might be Mungiu's best work yet.”-Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice

    Extraordinary. A superb look at a father pushed too far.”

    -Ben Croll, The Wrap


    • 11 May 2017
    • 6:45 PM - 8:55 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    THU, MAY 11, 6:45p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    GRADUATION

    (Bacalaureat)

    Directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU/Romania/2017/2hr, 8mins.

    With Adrien Titieni, Maria Dragus, Lia Bugnar, Vlad Ivanov


    Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold. (In Romanian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival 2016

    ★★★★★ A masterly, complex movie of psychological subtlety and moral weight.”- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

    “It might be Mungiu's best work yet.”-Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice

    Extraordinary. A superb look at a father pushed too far.”

    -Ben Croll, The Wrap


    • 11 May 2017
    • 9:00 PM - 11:10 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    THU, MAY 11, 9p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    GRADUATION

    (Bacalaureat)

    Directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU/Romania/2017/2hr, 8mins.

    With Adrien Titieni, Maria Dragus, Lia Bugnar, Vlad Ivanov


    Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold. (In Romanian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival 2016

    ★★★★★ A masterly, complex movie of psychological subtlety and moral weight.”- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

    “It might be Mungiu's best work yet.”-Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice

    Extraordinary. A superb look at a father pushed too far.”

    -Ben Croll, The Wrap


    • 12 May 2017
    • 6:45 PM - 8:55 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    FRI, MAY 12, 6:45p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    GRADUATION

    (Bacalaureat)

    Directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU/Romania/2017/2hr, 8mins.

    With Adrien Titieni, Maria Dragus, Lia Bugnar, Vlad Ivanov


    Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold. (In Romanian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival 2016

    ★★★★★ A masterly, complex movie of psychological subtlety and moral weight.”- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

    “It might be Mungiu's best work yet.”-Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice

    Extraordinary. A superb look at a father pushed too far.”

    -Ben Croll, The Wrap


    • 12 May 2017
    • 9:00 PM - 11:10 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    FRI, MAY 12, 9p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    GRADUATION

    (Bacalaureat)

    Directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU/Romania/2017/2hr, 8mins.

    With Adrien Titieni, Maria Dragus, Lia Bugnar, Vlad Ivanov


    Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold. (In Romanian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival 2016

    ★★★★★ A masterly, complex movie of psychological subtlety and moral weight.”- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

    “It might be Mungiu's best work yet.”-Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice

    Extraordinary. A superb look at a father pushed too far.”

    -Ben Croll, The Wrap


    • 13 May 2017
    • 3:20 PM - 5:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SAT, MAY 13, 3:20p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    GRADUATION

    (Bacalaureat)

    Directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU/Romania/2017/2hr, 8mins.

    With Adrien Titieni, Maria Dragus, Lia Bugnar, Vlad Ivanov


    Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold. (In Romanian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival 2016

    ★★★★★ A masterly, complex movie of psychological subtlety and moral weight.”- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

    “It might be Mungiu's best work yet.”-Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice

    Extraordinary. A superb look at a father pushed too far.”

    -Ben Croll, The Wrap


    • 13 May 2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:50 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 59


    SAT, MAY 13, 6:30p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    Special Screening with Q&A with

    Director Tato Moreno

    & Producer Claudia Gaynor

    In celebration of the National Holiday of Argentina

    in collaboration with the

    Consulate General of Argentina in Miami


    ARREO

    Directed by TATO MORENO/2016/Argentina/1 hr, 33mins.

    Produced by Tato Moreno and Claudia Gaynor

    With Juana Maria Moyano, Eliseo Parada, José Abel Parada, Facundo Parada

    ARREO unveils the refreshing, thought-provoking story of Eliseo Parada and his wife, transhumant goat herders of western Argentina, who must face both the challenge of seeing their pastoralist livelihood threatened by "progress," and the uncertainty of not knowing for how much longer their own sons will keep the generations-old family tradition. Right from the start, ARREO grabs viewers by the senses and drops them in the middle of the Andes for a ride along Eliseo, his five hundred goats, the four herding dogs, the mule, and a ubiquitous dust cloud. Besides the initial visual impact, the rhythmic, almost hypnotic sounds coming from man and animal alike quickly lead to a sweet surrender.  Dust will likely make its way into the palate uninvited. The lively lot functions as a unified whole: solid teamwork prevails in the journey to and from the grazing lands, all against a breathtaking canvas of dunes, wind, mountains, valleys, river, stars, fire, rain. No element of nature is absent from this beauty feast. (In Spanish with English subtitles).


    WINNER: FICMY, Mérida and Yucatán International Film Festival

    Best International Documentary Feature

    Buenos Aires International Documentary Film Festival

    Jury Special Mention

    Chesapeake Film Festival

    Best Feature Film Documentary

    “Cinematographically speaking, A MUST SEE, from the very heart of Argentina”-Actor Héctor “Cacho” Bidonde

    “A Beautiful and touching portrait of rural life…It moves you from the very beginning”-Paraná Sendrós, Ambíto Financiero

    “PROFOUND”-Eddie Babenco, Radio Del Plata

    “EXQUISITE”-Gaspar Zimerman, Diario Clarin


    • 13 May 2017
    • 9:00 PM - 11:10 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SAT, MAY 13, 9p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    GRADUATION

    (Bacalaureat)

    Directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU/Romania/2017/2hr, 8mins.

    With Adrien Titieni, Maria Dragus, Lia Bugnar, Vlad Ivanov


    Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold. (In Romanian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival 2016

    ★★★★★ A masterly, complex movie of psychological subtlety and moral weight.”- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

    “It might be Mungiu's best work yet.”-Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice

    Extraordinary. A superb look at a father pushed too far.”

    -Ben Croll, The Wrap


    • 14 May 2017
    • 3:50 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SUN, MAY 14, 3:50p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    GRADUATION

    (Bacalaureat)

    Directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU/Romania/2017/2hr, 8mins.

    With Adrien Titieni, Maria Dragus, Lia Bugnar, Vlad Ivanov


    Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold. (In Romanian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival 2016

    ★★★★★ A masterly, complex movie of psychological subtlety and moral weight.”- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

    “It might be Mungiu's best work yet.”-Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice

    Extraordinary. A superb look at a father pushed too far.”

    -Ben Croll, The Wrap


    • 14 May 2017
    • 6:20 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SUN, MAY 14, 6:20p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    In celebration of the National Holiday of Argentina

    in collaboration with the

    Consulate General of Argentina in Miami


    ARREO

    Directed by TATO MORENO/2016/Argentina/1 hr, 33mins.

    Produced by Tato Moreno and Claudia Gaynor

    With Juana Maria Moyano, Eliseo Parada, José Abel Parada, Facundo Parada

    ARREO unveils the refreshing, thought-provoking story of Eliseo Parada and his wife, transhumant goat herders of western Argentina, who must face both the challenge of seeing their pastoralist livelihood threatened by "progress," and the uncertainty of not knowing for how much longer their own sons will keep the generations-old family tradition. Right from the start, ARREO grabs viewers by the senses and drops them in the middle of the Andes for a ride along Eliseo, his five hundred goats, the four herding dogs, the mule, and a ubiquitous dust cloud. Besides the initial visual impact, the rhythmic, almost hypnotic sounds coming from man and animal alike quickly lead to a sweet surrender.  Dust will likely make its way into the palate uninvited. The lively lot functions as a unified whole: solid teamwork prevails in the journey to and from the grazing lands, all against a breathtaking canvas of dunes, wind, mountains, valleys, river, stars, fire, rain. No element of nature is absent from this beauty feast. (In Spanish with English subtitles).


    WINNER: FICMY, Mérida and Yucatán International Film Festival

    Best International Documentary Feature

    Buenos Aires International Documentary Film Festival

    Jury Special Mention

    Chesapeake Film Festival

    Best Feature Film Documentary

    “Cinematographically speaking, A MUST SEE, from the very heart of Argentina”-Actor Héctor “Cacho” Bidonde

    “A Beautiful and touching portrait of rural life…It moves you from the very beginning”-Paraná Sendrós, Ambíto Financiero

    “PROFOUND”-Eddie Babenco, Radio Del Plata

    “EXQUISITE”-Gaspar Zimerman, Diario Clarin


    • 14 May 2017
    • 8:30 PM - 10:40 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SUN, MAY 14, 8:30p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    GRADUATION

    (Bacalaureat)

    Directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU/Romania/2017/2hr, 8mins.

    With Adrien Titieni, Maria Dragus, Lia Bugnar, Vlad Ivanov


    Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold. (In Romanian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival 2016

    ★★★★★ A masterly, complex movie of psychological subtlety and moral weight.”- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

    “It might be Mungiu's best work yet.”-Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice

    Extraordinary. A superb look at a father pushed too far.”

    -Ben Croll, The Wrap


    • 17 May 2017
    • 6:40 PM - 8:50 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    WED, MAY 17, 6:40p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    GRADUATION

    (Bacalaureat)

    Directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU/Romania/2017/2hr, 8mins.

    With Adrien Titieni, Maria Dragus, Lia Bugnar, Vlad Ivanov


    Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold. (In Romanian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival 2016

    ★★★★★ A masterly, complex movie of psychological subtlety and moral weight.”- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

    “It might be Mungiu's best work yet.”-Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice

    Extraordinary. A superb look at a father pushed too far.”

    -Ben Croll, The Wrap


    • 17 May 2017
    • 9:00 PM - 10:40 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    WED, MAY 17, 9p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    In celebration of the National Holiday of Argentina

    in collaboration with the

    Consulate General of Argentina in Miami


    ARREO

    Directed by TATO MORENO/2016/Argentina/1 hr, 33mins.

    Produced by Tato Moreno and Claudia Gaynor

    With Juana Maria Moyano, Eliseo Parada, José Abel Parada, Facundo Parada

    ARREO unveils the refreshing, thought-provoking story of Eliseo Parada and his wife, transhumant goat herders of western Argentina, who must face both the challenge of seeing their pastoralist livelihood threatened by "progress," and the uncertainty of not knowing for how much longer their own sons will keep the generations-old family tradition. Right from the start, ARREO grabs viewers by the senses and drops them in the middle of the Andes for a ride along Eliseo, his five hundred goats, the four herding dogs, the mule, and a ubiquitous dust cloud. Besides the initial visual impact, the rhythmic, almost hypnotic sounds coming from man and animal alike quickly lead to a sweet surrender.  Dust will likely make its way into the palate uninvited. The lively lot functions as a unified whole: solid teamwork prevails in the journey to and from the grazing lands, all against a breathtaking canvas of dunes, wind, mountains, valleys, river, stars, fire, rain. No element of nature is absent from this beauty feast. (In Spanish with English subtitles).


    WINNER: FICMY, Mérida and Yucatán International Film Festival

    Best International Documentary Feature

    Buenos Aires International Documentary Film Festival

    Jury Special Mention

    Chesapeake Film Festival

    Best Feature Film Documentary

    “Cinematographically speaking, A MUST SEE, from the very heart of Argentina”-Actor Héctor “Cacho” Bidonde

    “A Beautiful and touching portrait of rural life…It moves you from the very beginning”-Paraná Sendrós, Ambíto Financiero

    “PROFOUND”-Eddie Babenco, Radio Del Plata

    “EXQUISITE”-Gaspar Zimerman, Diario Clarin


    • 18 May 2017
    • 6:40 PM - 8:50 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    THU, MAY 18, 6:40p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    GRADUATION

    (Bacalaureat)

    Directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU/Romania/2017/2hr, 8mins.

    With Adrien Titieni, Maria Dragus, Lia Bugnar, Vlad Ivanov


    Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold. (In Romanian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival 2016

    ★★★★★ A masterly, complex movie of psychological subtlety and moral weight.”- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

    “It might be Mungiu's best work yet.”-Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice

    Extraordinary. A superb look at a father pushed too far.”

    -Ben Croll, The Wrap


    • 18 May 2017
    • 9:00 PM - 10:40 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    THU, MAY 18, 9p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    In celebration of the National Holiday of Argentina

    in collaboration with the

    Consulate General of Argentina in Miami


    ARREO

    Directed by TATO MORENO/2016/Argentina/1 hr, 33mins.

    Produced by Tato Moreno and Claudia Gaynor

    With Juana Maria Moyano, Eliseo Parada, José Abel Parada, Facundo Parada

    ARREO unveils the refreshing, thought-provoking story of Eliseo Parada and his wife, transhumant goat herders of western Argentina, who must face both the challenge of seeing their pastoralist livelihood threatened by "progress," and the uncertainty of not knowing for how much longer their own sons will keep the generations-old family tradition. Right from the start, ARREO grabs viewers by the senses and drops them in the middle of the Andes for a ride along Eliseo, his five hundred goats, the four herding dogs, the mule, and a ubiquitous dust cloud. Besides the initial visual impact, the rhythmic, almost hypnotic sounds coming from man and animal alike quickly lead to a sweet surrender.  Dust will likely make its way into the palate uninvited. The lively lot functions as a unified whole: solid teamwork prevails in the journey to and from the grazing lands, all against a breathtaking canvas of dunes, wind, mountains, valleys, river, stars, fire, rain. No element of nature is absent from this beauty feast. (In Spanish with English subtitles).


    WINNER: FICMY, Mérida and Yucatán International Film Festival

    Best International Documentary Feature

    Buenos Aires International Documentary Film Festival

    Jury Special Mention

    Chesapeake Film Festival

    Best Feature Film Documentary

    “Cinematographically speaking, A MUST SEE, from the very heart of Argentina”-Actor Héctor “Cacho” Bidonde

    “A Beautiful and touching portrait of rural life…It moves you from the very beginning”-Paraná Sendrós, Ambíto Financiero“PROFOUND”-Eddie Babenco, Radio Del Plata

    “EXQUISITE”-Gaspar Zimerman, Diario Clarin


    • 19 May 2017
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    FRI, MAY 19, 7p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement!

    ONE WEEK AND A DAY

    (Shavua ve Yom)

    Directed by ASAPH POLONSKY/Israel/2017/1hr, 38mins.

    Sharon Alexander, Shai Avivi, Evginia Dodina


    In the Jewish religion, a week of sitting Shiva (or mourning the deceased) is called for after a funeral. However, for Eyal and Vicky, a week is hardly enough time to properly mourn the loss of their 25-year-old son Ronnie. A married couple edging into the back half of middle age, the two find themselves reacting to the end of the Shiva in markedly different ways. Asaph Polonsky’s debut feature One Week and a Day juxtaposes the grieving process against the immutable fact that, despite the most painful losses imaginable, the world stops for no one’s mourning. With endearing performances from Shai Avivi and Evgenia Dodina as Eyal and Vicky, and Tomer Kapon as Zooler, One Week and a Day provides a nuanced perspective on loss that is as merciless as it is funny and insightful.

    (In Hebrew with English subtitles)

    Winner: Cannes Film Festival GAN Award

    Jerusalem Film Festival Best Israeli Feature,

    Best First Film, FIPRESCI Prize

    AFI Fest Breakthrough Audience Award

    “Tears of laughter and tears of grief are both in abundant supply in Asaph Polonsky's uproariously funny and heart-wrenchingly moving ONE WEEK AND A DAY.”Ben Croll, THE WRAP

    “The strength of Asaph Polonskys debut feature is that it’s actually a bittersweet comedy-drama in which the pain is as real as the frequent chuckles.” ”Boyd van Hoeij, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

     “Polonsky resists easy sentimentalisation...the moments of stillness have real potency.”Wendy Ide, SCREEN INTERNATIONAL


    • 19 May 2017
    • 8:55 PM - 10:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    FRI, MAY 19, 8:55p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement!

    ONE WEEK AND A DAY

    (Shavua ve Yom)

    Directed by ASAPH POLONSKY/Israel/2017/1hr, 38mins.

    Sharon Alexander, Shai Avivi, Evginia Dodina


    In the Jewish religion, a week of sitting Shiva (or mourning the deceased) is called for after a funeral. However, for Eyal and Vicky, a week is hardly enough time to properly mourn the loss of their 25-year-old son Ronnie. A married couple edging into the back half of middle age, the two find themselves reacting to the end of the Shiva in markedly different ways. Asaph Polonsky’s debut feature One Week and a Day juxtaposes the grieving process against the immutable fact that, despite the most painful losses imaginable, the world stops for no one’s mourning. With endearing performances from Shai Avivi and Evgenia Dodina as Eyal and Vicky, and Tomer Kapon as Zooler, One Week and a Day provides a nuanced perspective on loss that is as merciless as it is funny and insightful.

    (In Hebrew with English subtitles)

    Winner: Cannes Film Festival GAN Award

    Jerusalem Film Festival Best Israeli Feature,

    Best First Film, FIPRESCI Prize

    AFI Fest Breakthrough Audience Award

    “Tears of laughter and tears of grief are both in abundant supply in Asaph Polonsky's uproariously funny and heart-wrenchingly moving ONE WEEK AND A DAY.”Ben Croll, THE WRAP

    “The strength of Asaph Polonskys debut feature is that it’s actually a bittersweet comedy-drama in which the pain is as real as the frequent chuckles.” ”Boyd van Hoeij, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

     “Polonsky resists easy sentimentalisation...the moments of stillness have real potency.”Wendy Ide, SCREEN INTERNATIONAL


    • 20 May 2017
    • 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SAT, MAY 20, 4:30p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement!

    ONE WEEK AND A DAY

    (Shavua ve Yom)

    Directed by ASAPH POLONSKY/Israel/2017/1hr, 38mins.

    Sharon Alexander, Shai Avivi, Evginia Dodina


    In the Jewish religion, a week of sitting Shiva (or mourning the deceased) is called for after a funeral. However, for Eyal and Vicky, a week is hardly enough time to properly mourn the loss of their 25-year-old son Ronnie. A married couple edging into the back half of middle age, the two find themselves reacting to the end of the Shiva in markedly different ways. Asaph Polonsky’s debut feature One Week and a Day juxtaposes the grieving process against the immutable fact that, despite the most painful losses imaginable, the world stops for no one’s mourning. With endearing performances from Shai Avivi and Evgenia Dodina as Eyal and Vicky, and Tomer Kapon as Zooler, One Week and a Day provides a nuanced perspective on loss that is as merciless as it is funny and insightful.

    (In Hebrew with English subtitles)

    Winner: Cannes Film Festival GAN Award

    Jerusalem Film Festival Best Israeli Feature,

    Best First Film, FIPRESCI Prize

    AFI Fest Breakthrough Audience Award

    “Tears of laughter and tears of grief are both in abundant supply in Asaph Polonsky's uproariously funny and heart-wrenchingly moving ONE WEEK AND A DAY.”Ben Croll, THE WRAP

    “The strength of Asaph Polonskys debut feature is that it’s actually a bittersweet comedy-drama in which the pain is as real as the frequent chuckles.” ”Boyd van Hoeij, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

     “Polonsky resists easy sentimentalisation...the moments of stillness have real potency.”Wendy Ide, SCREEN INTERNATIONAL


    • 20 May 2017
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SAT, MAY 20, 7p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement!

    ONE WEEK AND A DAY

    (Shavua ve Yom)

    Directed by ASAPH POLONSKY/Israel/2017/1hr, 38mins.

    Sharon Alexander, Shai Avivi, Evginia Dodina


    In the Jewish religion, a week of sitting Shiva (or mourning the deceased) is called for after a funeral. However, for Eyal and Vicky, a week is hardly enough time to properly mourn the loss of their 25-year-old son Ronnie. A married couple edging into the back half of middle age, the two find themselves reacting to the end of the Shiva in markedly different ways. Asaph Polonsky’s debut feature One Week and a Day juxtaposes the grieving process against the immutable fact that, despite the most painful losses imaginable, the world stops for no one’s mourning. With endearing performances from Shai Avivi and Evgenia Dodina as Eyal and Vicky, and Tomer Kapon as Zooler, One Week and a Day provides a nuanced perspective on loss that is as merciless as it is funny and insightful.

    (In Hebrew with English subtitles)

    Winner: Cannes Film Festival GAN Award

    Jerusalem Film Festival Best Israeli Feature,

    Best First Film, FIPRESCI Prize

    AFI Fest Breakthrough Audience Award

    “Tears of laughter and tears of grief are both in abundant supply in Asaph Polonsky's uproariously funny and heart-wrenchingly moving ONE WEEK AND A DAY.”Ben Croll, THE WRAP

    “The strength of Asaph Polonskys debut feature is that it’s actually a bittersweet comedy-drama in which the pain is as real as the frequent chuckles.” ”Boyd van Hoeij, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

     “Polonsky resists easy sentimentalisation...the moments of stillness have real potency.”Wendy Ide, SCREEN INTERNATIONAL


    • 20 May 2017
    • 8:55 PM - 11:05 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SAT, MAY 20, 8:55p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    GRADUATION

    (Bacalaureat)

    Directed by CRISTIAN MUNGIU/Romania/2017/2hr, 8mins.

    With Adrien Titieni, Maria Dragus, Lia Bugnar, Vlad Ivanov


    Acclaimed filmmaker Cristian Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days) returns with this searing human saga about a father driven to extremes in order to protect his daughter’s future. Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni) is a seemingly honest doctor who regrets having settled in his native Romania, a country still teeming with corruption and back dealings. He channels his ambitions for a better life into his teenage daughter, Eliza (Maria Dragus), who’s just one exam away from securing a scholarship to a prestigious British university. But when Eliza is attacked on the eve of her test, endangering her ability to pass, Romeo takes matters into his own hands to ensure her success. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Graduation is a masterful look at the complex moral choices and compromises some people make when desperation takes hold. (In Romanian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival 2016

    ★★★★★ A masterly, complex movie of psychological subtlety and moral weight.”- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

    “It might be Mungiu's best work yet.”-Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice

    Extraordinary. A superb look at a father pushed too far.”

    -Ben Croll, The Wrap


    • 21 May 2017
    • 4:20 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SUN, MAY 21, 4:20p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement!

    ONE WEEK AND A DAY

    (Shavua ve Yom)

    Directed by ASAPH POLONSKY/Israel/2017/1hr, 38mins.

    Sharon Alexander, Shai Avivi, Evginia Dodina


    In the Jewish religion, a week of sitting Shiva (or mourning the deceased) is called for after a funeral. However, for Eyal and Vicky, a week is hardly enough time to properly mourn the loss of their 25-year-old son Ronnie. A married couple edging into the back half of middle age, the two find themselves reacting to the end of the Shiva in markedly different ways. Asaph Polonsky’s debut feature One Week and a Day juxtaposes the grieving process against the immutable fact that, despite the most painful losses imaginable, the world stops for no one’s mourning. With endearing performances from Shai Avivi and Evgenia Dodina as Eyal and Vicky, and Tomer Kapon as Zooler, One Week and a Day provides a nuanced perspective on loss that is as merciless as it is funny and insightful.

    (In Hebrew with English subtitles)

    Winner: Cannes Film Festival GAN Award

    Jerusalem Film Festival Best Israeli Feature,

    Best First Film, FIPRESCI Prize

    AFI Fest Breakthrough Audience Award

    “Tears of laughter and tears of grief are both in abundant supply in Asaph Polonsky's uproariously funny and heart-wrenchingly moving ONE WEEK AND A DAY.”Ben Croll, THE WRAP

    “The strength of Asaph Polonskys debut feature is that it’s actually a bittersweet comedy-drama in which the pain is as real as the frequent chuckles.” ”Boyd van Hoeij, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

     “Polonsky resists easy sentimentalisation...the moments of stillness have real potency.”Wendy Ide, SCREEN INTERNATIONAL


    • 21 May 2017
    • 6:20 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SUN, MAY 21, 6:20p:

    In collaboration with

    the French Embassy Cultural Services

    “Films on the Beach: French Teen Spirit”

    THE TRIAL OF JOAN OF ARC

    (Procès de Jeanne d’Arc)

    Directed by ROBERT BRESSON/France/1962/1 hr, 5mins.

    With Florence Delay, Jean-Claude Forneau, Roger Honorat




    Characteristically breaking with tradition, director Robert Bresson presents a realistic, unique view of the life and death of Joan of Arc. Using a script based on the actual transcript notes taken during her trial, Bresson focuses on the psychological and physical torture that Joan had to endure, showing how these techniques were used to break her resolve and cause her to eventually recant her faith. With impeccable historical accuracy Bresson re-creates the story of the peasant girl who, after leading an unsuccessful revolt against the government, was brought to trial, convicted of heresy, and burned as a witch. His Joan, while more real, is no less heroic than the traditional Joan. This unusual approach is characteristic of this unique director who defies classification as either a traditional or "new wave" filmmaker while being highly respected for pursuing his own individual style and vision. Robert Bresson has been called a poet and philosopher with a camera, preoccupied with the idea of predestination and spiritual grace. In Proces de Jeanne d'Arc, as with all of his films, Bresson imprints his own personal signature.-Artificial Eye

    (In French with English subtitles)

    WINNER: Jean Vigo Prize 1962

    Special Jury Prize, Cannes Film Festival

    “By looking anew at The Trial of Joan of Arc, made in between the works widely considered Bresson's supreme masterpieces (1959's Pickpocket and 1966's Au Hasard Balthazar), Delay, a 20-year-old university student at the time, emerges as one of the most perfect of the director's "models": a steadfast teenage saint whose stoic countenance is punctured once, at the film's beginning, by a burst of tears.”-Tony Pipolo, author of Robert Bresson: A Passion for Film

    The film will be introduced by the French Embassy

    in Miami’s Cultural Attaché Vanessa Selk 



    • 21 May 2017
    • 7:40 PM - 9:15 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SUN, MAY 21, 7:40p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement!

    ONE WEEK AND A DAY

    (Shavua ve Yom)

    Directed by ASAPH POLONSKY/Israel/2017/1hr, 38mins.

    Sharon Alexander, Shai Avivi, Evginia Dodina


    In the Jewish religion, a week of sitting Shiva (or mourning the deceased) is called for after a funeral. However, for Eyal and Vicky, a week is hardly enough time to properly mourn the loss of their 25-year-old son Ronnie. A married couple edging into the back half of middle age, the two find themselves reacting to the end of the Shiva in markedly different ways. Asaph Polonsky’s debut feature One Week and a Day juxtaposes the grieving process against the immutable fact that, despite the most painful losses imaginable, the world stops for no one’s mourning. With endearing performances from Shai Avivi and Evgenia Dodina as Eyal and Vicky, and Tomer Kapon as Zooler, One Week and a Day provides a nuanced perspective on loss that is as merciless as it is funny and insightful.

    (In Hebrew with English subtitles)

    Winner: Cannes Film Festival GAN Award

    Jerusalem Film Festival Best Israeli Feature,

    Best First Film, FIPRESCI Prize

    AFI Fest Breakthrough Audience Award

    “Tears of laughter and tears of grief are both in abundant supply in Asaph Polonsky's uproariously funny and heart-wrenchingly moving ONE WEEK AND A DAY.”Ben Croll, THE WRAP

    “The strength of Asaph Polonskys debut feature is that it’s actually a bittersweet comedy-drama in which the pain is as real as the frequent chuckles.” ”Boyd van Hoeij, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

     “Polonsky resists easy sentimentalisation...the moments of stillness have real potency.”Wendy Ide, SCREEN INTERNATIONAL


    • 24 May 2017
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    WED, MAY 24, 7p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement!

    ONE WEEK AND A DAY

    (Shavua ve Yom)

    Directed by ASAPH POLONSKY/Israel/2017/1hr, 38mins.

    Sharon Alexander, Shai Avivi, Evginia Dodina


    In the Jewish religion, a week of sitting Shiva (or mourning the deceased) is called for after a funeral. However, for Eyal and Vicky, a week is hardly enough time to properly mourn the loss of their 25-year-old son Ronnie. A married couple edging into the back half of middle age, the two find themselves reacting to the end of the Shiva in markedly different ways. Asaph Polonsky’s debut feature One Week and a Day juxtaposes the grieving process against the immutable fact that, despite the most painful losses imaginable, the world stops for no one’s mourning. With endearing performances from Shai Avivi and Evgenia Dodina as Eyal and Vicky, and Tomer Kapon as Zooler, One Week and a Day provides a nuanced perspective on loss that is as merciless as it is funny and insightful.

    (In Hebrew with English subtitles)

    Winner: Cannes Film Festival GAN Award

    Jerusalem Film Festival Best Israeli Feature,

    Best First Film, FIPRESCI Prize

    AFI Fest Breakthrough Audience Award

    “Tears of laughter and tears of grief are both in abundant supply in Asaph Polonsky's uproariously funny and heart-wrenchingly moving ONE WEEK AND A DAY.”Ben Croll, THE WRAP

    “The strength of Asaph Polonskys debut feature is that it’s actually a bittersweet comedy-drama in which the pain is as real as the frequent chuckles.” ”Boyd van Hoeij, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

     “Polonsky resists easy sentimentalisation...the moments of stillness have real potency.”Wendy Ide, SCREEN INTERNATIONAL


    • 24 May 2017
    • 8:55 PM - 10:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    WED, MAY 24, 8:55p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement!

    ONE WEEK AND A DAY

    (Shavua ve Yom)

    Directed by ASAPH POLONSKY/Israel/2017/1hr, 38mins.

    Sharon Alexander, Shai Avivi, Evginia Dodina


    In the Jewish religion, a week of sitting Shiva (or mourning the deceased) is called for after a funeral. However, for Eyal and Vicky, a week is hardly enough time to properly mourn the loss of their 25-year-old son Ronnie. A married couple edging into the back half of middle age, the two find themselves reacting to the end of the Shiva in markedly different ways. Asaph Polonsky’s debut feature One Week and a Day juxtaposes the grieving process against the immutable fact that, despite the most painful losses imaginable, the world stops for no one’s mourning. With endearing performances from Shai Avivi and Evgenia Dodina as Eyal and Vicky, and Tomer Kapon as Zooler, One Week and a Day provides a nuanced perspective on loss that is as merciless as it is funny and insightful.

    (In Hebrew with English subtitles)

    Winner: Cannes Film Festival GAN Award

    Jerusalem Film Festival Best Israeli Feature,

    Best First Film, FIPRESCI Prize

    AFI Fest Breakthrough Audience Award

    “Tears of laughter and tears of grief are both in abundant supply in Asaph Polonsky's uproariously funny and heart-wrenchingly moving ONE WEEK AND A DAY.”Ben Croll, THE WRAP

    “The strength of Asaph Polonskys debut feature is that it’s actually a bittersweet comedy-drama in which the pain is as real as the frequent chuckles.” ”Boyd van Hoeij, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

     “Polonsky resists easy sentimentalisation...the moments of stillness have real potency.”Wendy Ide, SCREEN INTERNATIONAL


    • 25 May 2017
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    THU, MAY 25, 7p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement!

    ONE WEEK AND A DAY

    (Shavua ve Yom)

    Directed by ASAPH POLONSKY/Israel/2017/1hr, 38mins.

    Sharon Alexander, Shai Avivi, Evginia Dodina


    In the Jewish religion, a week of sitting Shiva (or mourning the deceased) is called for after a funeral. However, for Eyal and Vicky, a week is hardly enough time to properly mourn the loss of their 25-year-old son Ronnie. A married couple edging into the back half of middle age, the two find themselves reacting to the end of the Shiva in markedly different ways. Asaph Polonsky’s debut feature One Week and a Day juxtaposes the grieving process against the immutable fact that, despite the most painful losses imaginable, the world stops for no one’s mourning. With endearing performances from Shai Avivi and Evgenia Dodina as Eyal and Vicky, and Tomer Kapon as Zooler, One Week and a Day provides a nuanced perspective on loss that is as merciless as it is funny and insightful.

    (In Hebrew with English subtitles)

    Winner: Cannes Film Festival GAN Award

    Jerusalem Film Festival Best Israeli Feature,

    Best First Film, FIPRESCI Prize

    AFI Fest Breakthrough Audience Award

    “Tears of laughter and tears of grief are both in abundant supply in Asaph Polonsky's uproariously funny and heart-wrenchingly moving ONE WEEK AND A DAY.”Ben Croll, THE WRAP

    “The strength of Asaph Polonskys debut feature is that it’s actually a bittersweet comedy-drama in which the pain is as real as the frequent chuckles.” ”Boyd van Hoeij, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

     “Polonsky resists easy sentimentalisation...the moments of stillness have real potency.”Wendy Ide, SCREEN INTERNATIONAL


    • 25 May 2017
    • 8:55 PM - 10:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    THU, MAY 25, 8:55p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement!

    ONE WEEK AND A DAY

    (Shavua ve Yom)

    Directed by ASAPH POLONSKY/Israel/2017/1hr, 38mins.

    Sharon Alexander, Shai Avivi, Evginia Dodina


    In the Jewish religion, a week of sitting Shiva (or mourning the deceased) is called for after a funeral. However, for Eyal and Vicky, a week is hardly enough time to properly mourn the loss of their 25-year-old son Ronnie. A married couple edging into the back half of middle age, the two find themselves reacting to the end of the Shiva in markedly different ways. Asaph Polonsky’s debut feature One Week and a Day juxtaposes the grieving process against the immutable fact that, despite the most painful losses imaginable, the world stops for no one’s mourning. With endearing performances from Shai Avivi and Evgenia Dodina as Eyal and Vicky, and Tomer Kapon as Zooler, One Week and a Day provides a nuanced perspective on loss that is as merciless as it is funny and insightful.

    (In Hebrew with English subtitles)

    Winner: Cannes Film Festival GAN Award

    Jerusalem Film Festival Best Israeli Feature,

    Best First Film, FIPRESCI Prize

    AFI Fest Breakthrough Audience Award

    “Tears of laughter and tears of grief are both in abundant supply in Asaph Polonsky's uproariously funny and heart-wrenchingly moving ONE WEEK AND A DAY.”Ben Croll, THE WRAP

    “The strength of Asaph Polonskys debut feature is that it’s actually a bittersweet comedy-drama in which the pain is as real as the frequent chuckles.” ”Boyd van Hoeij, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

     “Polonsky resists easy sentimentalisation...the moments of stillness have real potency.”Wendy Ide, SCREEN INTERNATIONAL


    • 26 May 2017
    • 6:45 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    FRI, MAY 26, 6:45p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    SLACK BAY

    (La Moute)

    Directed by BRUNO DUMONT/France/2016/2hr, 2mins.

    With Fabrice Luchini, Juliette Binoche, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi


    Summer 1910. The bourgeois and extremely eccentric Van Peteghem family—among them Juliette Binoche, Fabrice Luchini, and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi—have settled in for another summer at their cliff-top villa overlooking the picturesque Slack Bay. Their leisurely rhythm of sunbathing and seaside constitutionals is soon interrupted by the arrival of two bumbling inspectors investigating a string of tourists gone missing (and serving full-on Keystone Kops). As the macabre mysteries mount and love blossoms between the family’s genderqueer teen and the son of a local fisherman, Binoche and company ratchet the slapstick up to eleven. It’s no wonder director Bruno Dumont (Li’l Quinquin, Camille Claudel 1915) cites Peter Sellers, Monty Python, and Laurel and Hardy as cinematic influences for his delightful foray into winking, absurdist farce.  (In French with English subtitles)


    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival

    One of the Best Films of the Year Cahiers du Cinema

    “OUTRAGEOUS! A HIGH FARCE…Suggest’s Buñuel’s L’Age d’Or by way of Godard’s Weekend.”-Eric Kohn, IndieWire

    “Everyone seems to have drunk their bodyweight in abisynthe.”

    -Peter Bradshaw, the Guardian

    “A WORK OF MADCAP INSPIRATION!”-Jordon Cronk, Film Comment

    “SUBLIMELY DERANGED!”-Nigel Andrews, Financial Times

    “COMPLETELY OFF THE WALL!”-Andrew Picard, Cinema Scope


    • 26 May 2017
    • 9:00 PM - 11:00 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    FRI, MAY 26, 9p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    SLACK BAY

    (La Moute)

    Directed by BRUNO DUMONT/France/2016/2hr, 2mins.

    With Fabrice Luchini, Juliette Binoche, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi


    Summer 1910. The bourgeois and extremely eccentric Van Peteghem family—among them Juliette Binoche, Fabrice Luchini, and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi—have settled in for another summer at their cliff-top villa overlooking the picturesque Slack Bay. Their leisurely rhythm of sunbathing and seaside constitutionals is soon interrupted by the arrival of two bumbling inspectors investigating a string of tourists gone missing (and serving full-on Keystone Kops). As the macabre mysteries mount and love blossoms between the family’s genderqueer teen and the son of a local fisherman, Binoche and company ratchet the slapstick up to eleven. It’s no wonder director Bruno Dumont (Li’l Quinquin, Camille Claudel 1915) cites Peter Sellers, Monty Python, and Laurel and Hardy as cinematic influences for his delightful foray into winking, absurdist farce.  (In French with English subtitles)


    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival

    One of the Best Films of the Year Cahiers du Cinema

    “OUTRAGEOUS! A HIGH FARCE…Suggest’s Buñuel’s L’Age d’Or by way of Godard’s Weekend.”-Eric Kohn, IndieWire

    “Everyone seems to have drunk their bodyweight in abisynthe.”

    -Peter Bradshaw, the Guardian

    “A WORK OF MADCAP INSPIRATION!”-Jordon Cronk, Film Comment

    “SUBLIMELY DERANGED!”-Nigel Andrews, Financial Times

    “COMPLETELY OFF THE WALL!”-Andrew Picard, Cinema Scope


    • 27 May 2017
    • 4:45 PM - 6:20 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SAT, MAY 27, 4:45p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement!

    ONE WEEK AND A DAY

    (Shavua ve Yom)

    Directed by ASAPH POLONSKY/Israel/2017/1hr, 38mins.

    Sharon Alexander, Shai Avivi, Evginia Dodina


    In the Jewish religion, a week of sitting Shiva (or mourning the deceased) is called for after a funeral. However, for Eyal and Vicky, a week is hardly enough time to properly mourn the loss of their 25-year-old son Ronnie. A married couple edging into the back half of middle age, the two find themselves reacting to the end of the Shiva in markedly different ways. Asaph Polonsky’s debut feature One Week and a Day juxtaposes the grieving process against the immutable fact that, despite the most painful losses imaginable, the world stops for no one’s mourning. With endearing performances from Shai Avivi and Evgenia Dodina as Eyal and Vicky, and Tomer Kapon as Zooler, One Week and a Day provides a nuanced perspective on loss that is as merciless as it is funny and insightful.

    (In Hebrew with English subtitles)

    Winner: Cannes Film Festival GAN Award

    Jerusalem Film Festival Best Israeli Feature,

    Best First Film, FIPRESCI Prize

    AFI Fest Breakthrough Audience Award

    “Tears of laughter and tears of grief are both in abundant supply in Asaph Polonsky's uproariously funny and heart-wrenchingly moving ONE WEEK AND A DAY.”Ben Croll, THE WRAP

    “The strength of Asaph Polonskys debut feature is that it’s actually a bittersweet comedy-drama in which the pain is as real as the frequent chuckles.” ”Boyd van Hoeij, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

     “Polonsky resists easy sentimentalisation...the moments of stillness have real potency.”Wendy Ide, SCREEN INTERNATIONAL


    • 27 May 2017
    • 6:45 PM - 10:45 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SAT, MAY 27, 6:45p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    SLACK BAY

    (La Moute)

    Directed by BRUNO DUMONT/France/2016/2hr, 2mins.

    With Fabrice Luchini, Juliette Binoche, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi


    Summer 1910. The bourgeois and extremely eccentric Van Peteghem family—among them Juliette Binoche, Fabrice Luchini, and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi—have settled in for another summer at their cliff-top villa overlooking the picturesque Slack Bay. Their leisurely rhythm of sunbathing and seaside constitutionals is soon interrupted by the arrival of two bumbling inspectors investigating a string of tourists gone missing (and serving full-on Keystone Kops). As the macabre mysteries mount and love blossoms between the family’s genderqueer teen and the son of a local fisherman, Binoche and company ratchet the slapstick up to eleven. It’s no wonder director Bruno Dumont (Li’l Quinquin, Camille Claudel 1915) cites Peter Sellers, Monty Python, and Laurel and Hardy as cinematic influences for his delightful foray into winking, absurdist farce.  (In French with English subtitles)


    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival

    One of the Best Films of the Year Cahiers du Cinema

    “OUTRAGEOUS! A HIGH FARCE…Suggest’s Buñuel’s L’Age d’Or by way of Godard’s Weekend.”-Eric Kohn, IndieWire

    “Everyone seems to have drunk their bodyweight in abisynthe.”

    -Peter Bradshaw, the Guardian

    “A WORK OF MADCAP INSPIRATION!”-Jordon Cronk, Film Comment

    “SUBLIMELY DERANGED!”-Nigel Andrews, Financial Times

    “COMPLETELY OFF THE WALL!”-Andrew Picard, Cinema Scope


    • 27 May 2017
    • 8:55 PM - 10:55 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SAT, MAY 27, 8:55p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    SLACK BAY

    (La Moute)

    Directed by BRUNO DUMONT/France/2016/2hr, 2mins.

    With Fabrice Luchini, Juliette Binoche, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi


    Summer 1910. The bourgeois and extremely eccentric Van Peteghem family—among them Juliette Binoche, Fabrice Luchini, and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi—have settled in for another summer at their cliff-top villa overlooking the picturesque Slack Bay. Their leisurely rhythm of sunbathing and seaside constitutionals is soon interrupted by the arrival of two bumbling inspectors investigating a string of tourists gone missing (and serving full-on Keystone Kops). As the macabre mysteries mount and love blossoms between the family’s genderqueer teen and the son of a local fisherman, Binoche and company ratchet the slapstick up to eleven. It’s no wonder director Bruno Dumont (Li’l Quinquin, Camille Claudel 1915) cites Peter Sellers, Monty Python, and Laurel and Hardy as cinematic influences for his delightful foray into winking, absurdist farce.  (In French with English subtitles)


    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival

    One of the Best Films of the Year Cahiers du Cinema

    “OUTRAGEOUS! A HIGH FARCE…Suggest’s Buñuel’s L’Age d’Or by way of Godard’s Weekend.”-Eric Kohn, IndieWire

    “Everyone seems to have drunk their bodyweight in abisynthe.”

    -Peter Bradshaw, the Guardian

    “A WORK OF MADCAP INSPIRATION!”-Jordon Cronk, Film Comment

    “SUBLIMELY DERANGED!”-Nigel Andrews, Financial Times

    “COMPLETELY OFF THE WALL!”-Andrew Picard, Cinema Scope


    • 28 May 2017
    • 4:45 PM - 6:20 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SUN, MAY 28, 4:45p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement!

    ONE WEEK AND A DAY

    (Shavua ve Yom)

    Directed by ASAPH POLONSKY/Israel/2017/1hr, 38mins.

    Sharon Alexander, Shai Avivi, Evginia Dodina


    In the Jewish religion, a week of sitting Shiva (or mourning the deceased) is called for after a funeral. However, for Eyal and Vicky, a week is hardly enough time to properly mourn the loss of their 25-year-old son Ronnie. A married couple edging into the back half of middle age, the two find themselves reacting to the end of the Shiva in markedly different ways. Asaph Polonsky’s debut feature One Week and a Day juxtaposes the grieving process against the immutable fact that, despite the most painful losses imaginable, the world stops for no one’s mourning. With endearing performances from Shai Avivi and Evgenia Dodina as Eyal and Vicky, and Tomer Kapon as Zooler, One Week and a Day provides a nuanced perspective on loss that is as merciless as it is funny and insightful.

    (In Hebrew with English subtitles)

    Winner: Cannes Film Festival GAN Award

    Jerusalem Film Festival Best Israeli Feature,

    Best First Film, FIPRESCI Prize

    AFI Fest Breakthrough Audience Award

    “Tears of laughter and tears of grief are both in abundant supply in Asaph Polonsky's uproariously funny and heart-wrenchingly moving ONE WEEK AND A DAY.”Ben Croll, THE WRAP

    “The strength of Asaph Polonskys debut feature is that it’s actually a bittersweet comedy-drama in which the pain is as real as the frequent chuckles.” ”Boyd van Hoeij, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

     “Polonsky resists easy sentimentalisation...the moments of stillness have real potency.”Wendy Ide, SCREEN INTERNATIONAL


    • 28 May 2017
    • 6:45 PM - 10:45 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SUN, MAY 28, 6:45p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    SLACK BAY

    (La Moute)

    Directed by BRUNO DUMONT/France/2016/2hr, 2mins.

    With Fabrice Luchini, Juliette Binoche, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi


    Summer 1910. The bourgeois and extremely eccentric Van Peteghem family—among them Juliette Binoche, Fabrice Luchini, and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi—have settled in for another summer at their cliff-top villa overlooking the picturesque Slack Bay. Their leisurely rhythm of sunbathing and seaside constitutionals is soon interrupted by the arrival of two bumbling inspectors investigating a string of tourists gone missing (and serving full-on Keystone Kops). As the macabre mysteries mount and love blossoms between the family’s genderqueer teen and the son of a local fisherman, Binoche and company ratchet the slapstick up to eleven. It’s no wonder director Bruno Dumont (Li’l Quinquin, Camille Claudel 1915) cites Peter Sellers, Monty Python, and Laurel and Hardy as cinematic influences for his delightful foray into winking, absurdist farce.  (In French with English subtitles)


    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival

    One of the Best Films of the Year Cahiers du Cinema

    “OUTRAGEOUS! A HIGH FARCE…Suggest’s Buñuel’s L’Age d’Or by way of Godard’s Weekend.”-Eric Kohn, IndieWire

    “Everyone seems to have drunk their bodyweight in abisynthe.”

    -Peter Bradshaw, the Guardian

    “A WORK OF MADCAP INSPIRATION!”-Jordon Cronk, Film Comment

    “SUBLIMELY DERANGED!”-Nigel Andrews, Financial Times

    “COMPLETELY OFF THE WALL!”-Andrew Picard, Cinema Scope


    • 28 May 2017
    • 8:55 PM - 10:55 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SUN, MAY 28, 8:55p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    SLACK BAY

    (La Moute)

    Directed by BRUNO DUMONT/France/2016/2hr, 2mins.

    With Fabrice Luchini, Juliette Binoche, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi


    Summer 1910. The bourgeois and extremely eccentric Van Peteghem family—among them Juliette Binoche, Fabrice Luchini, and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi—have settled in for another summer at their cliff-top villa overlooking the picturesque Slack Bay. Their leisurely rhythm of sunbathing and seaside constitutionals is soon interrupted by the arrival of two bumbling inspectors investigating a string of tourists gone missing (and serving full-on Keystone Kops). As the macabre mysteries mount and love blossoms between the family’s genderqueer teen and the son of a local fisherman, Binoche and company ratchet the slapstick up to eleven. It’s no wonder director Bruno Dumont (Li’l Quinquin, Camille Claudel 1915) cites Peter Sellers, Monty Python, and Laurel and Hardy as cinematic influences for his delightful foray into winking, absurdist farce.  (In French with English subtitles)


    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival

    One of the Best Films of the Year Cahiers du Cinema

    “OUTRAGEOUS! A HIGH FARCE…Suggest’s Buñuel’s L’Age d’Or by way of Godard’s Weekend.”-Eric Kohn, IndieWire

    “Everyone seems to have drunk their bodyweight in abisynthe.”

    -Peter Bradshaw, the Guardian

    “A WORK OF MADCAP INSPIRATION!”-Jordon Cronk, Film Comment

    “SUBLIMELY DERANGED!”-Nigel Andrews, Financial Times

    “COMPLETELY OFF THE WALL!”-Andrew Picard, Cinema Scope


    • 31 May 2017
    • 6:55 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    WED, MAY 31, 6:55p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement!

    ONE WEEK AND A DAY

    (Shavua ve Yom)

    Directed by ASAPH POLONSKY/Israel/2017/1hr, 38mins.

    Sharon Alexander, Shai Avivi, Evginia Dodina


    In the Jewish religion, a week of sitting Shiva (or mourning the deceased) is called for after a funeral. However, for Eyal and Vicky, a week is hardly enough time to properly mourn the loss of their 25-year-old son Ronnie. A married couple edging into the back half of middle age, the two find themselves reacting to the end of the Shiva in markedly different ways. Asaph Polonsky’s debut feature One Week and a Day juxtaposes the grieving process against the immutable fact that, despite the most painful losses imaginable, the world stops for no one’s mourning. With endearing performances from Shai Avivi and Evgenia Dodina as Eyal and Vicky, and Tomer Kapon as Zooler, One Week and a Day provides a nuanced perspective on loss that is as merciless as it is funny and insightful.

    (In Hebrew with English subtitles)

    Winner: Cannes Film Festival GAN Award

    Jerusalem Film Festival Best Israeli Feature,

    Best First Film, FIPRESCI Prize

    AFI Fest Breakthrough Audience Award

    “Tears of laughter and tears of grief are both in abundant supply in Asaph Polonsky's uproariously funny and heart-wrenchingly moving ONE WEEK AND A DAY.”Ben Croll, THE WRAP

    “The strength of Asaph Polonskys debut feature is that it’s actually a bittersweet comedy-drama in which the pain is as real as the frequent chuckles.” ”Boyd van Hoeij, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

     “Polonsky resists easy sentimentalisation...the moments of stillness have real potency.”Wendy Ide, SCREEN INTERNATIONAL


    • 31 May 2017
    • 8:45 PM - 10:50 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    WED, MAY 31, 8:45p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    SLACK BAY

    (La Moute)

    Directed by BRUNO DUMONT/France/2016/2hr, 2mins.

    With Fabrice Luchini, Juliette Binoche, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi


    Summer 1910. The bourgeois and extremely eccentric Van Peteghem family—among them Juliette Binoche, Fabrice Luchini, and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi—have settled in for another summer at their cliff-top villa overlooking the picturesque Slack Bay. Their leisurely rhythm of sunbathing and seaside constitutionals is soon interrupted by the arrival of two bumbling inspectors investigating a string of tourists gone missing (and serving full-on Keystone Kops). As the macabre mysteries mount and love blossoms between the family’s genderqueer teen and the son of a local fisherman, Binoche and company ratchet the slapstick up to eleven. It’s no wonder director Bruno Dumont (Li’l Quinquin, Camille Claudel 1915) cites Peter Sellers, Monty Python, and Laurel and Hardy as cinematic influences for his delightful foray into winking, absurdist farce.  (In French with English subtitles)


    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival

    One of the Best Films of the Year Cahiers du Cinema

    “OUTRAGEOUS! A HIGH FARCE…Suggest’s Buñuel’s L’Age d’Or by way of Godard’s Weekend.”-Eric Kohn, IndieWire

    “Everyone seems to have drunk their bodyweight in abisynthe.”

    -Peter Bradshaw, the Guardian

    “A WORK OF MADCAP INSPIRATION!”-Jordon Cronk, Film Comment

    “SUBLIMELY DERANGED!”-Nigel Andrews, Financial Times

    “COMPLETELY OFF THE WALL!”-Andrew Picard, Cinema Scope


    • 01 Jun 2017
    • 6:55 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    THU, JUNE 01, 6:55p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement!

    ONE WEEK AND A DAY

    (Shavua ve Yom)

    Directed by ASAPH POLONSKY/Israel/2017/1hr, 38mins.

    Sharon Alexander, Shai Avivi, Evginia Dodina


    In the Jewish religion, a week of sitting Shiva (or mourning the deceased) is called for after a funeral. However, for Eyal and Vicky, a week is hardly enough time to properly mourn the loss of their 25-year-old son Ronnie. A married couple edging into the back half of middle age, the two find themselves reacting to the end of the Shiva in markedly different ways. Asaph Polonsky’s debut feature One Week and a Day juxtaposes the grieving process against the immutable fact that, despite the most painful losses imaginable, the world stops for no one’s mourning. With endearing performances from Shai Avivi and Evgenia Dodina as Eyal and Vicky, and Tomer Kapon as Zooler, One Week and a Day provides a nuanced perspective on loss that is as merciless as it is funny and insightful.

    (In Hebrew with English subtitles)

    Winner: Cannes Film Festival GAN Award

    Jerusalem Film Festival Best Israeli Feature,

    Best First Film, FIPRESCI Prize

    AFI Fest Breakthrough Audience Award

    “Tears of laughter and tears of grief are both in abundant supply in Asaph Polonsky's uproariously funny and heart-wrenchingly moving ONE WEEK AND A DAY.”Ben Croll, THE WRAP

    “The strength of Asaph Polonskys debut feature is that it’s actually a bittersweet comedy-drama in which the pain is as real as the frequent chuckles.” ”Boyd van Hoeij, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

     “Polonsky resists easy sentimentalisation...the moments of stillness have real potency.”Wendy Ide, SCREEN INTERNATIONAL


    • 01 Jun 2017
    • 8:45 PM - 10:50 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    THU, JUNE 01, 8:45p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    SLACK BAY

    (La Moute)

    Directed by BRUNO DUMONT/France/2016/2hr, 2mins.

    With Fabrice Luchini, Juliette Binoche, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi


    Summer 1910. The bourgeois and extremely eccentric Van Peteghem family—among them Juliette Binoche, Fabrice Luchini, and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi—have settled in for another summer at their cliff-top villa overlooking the picturesque Slack Bay. Their leisurely rhythm of sunbathing and seaside constitutionals is soon interrupted by the arrival of two bumbling inspectors investigating a string of tourists gone missing (and serving full-on Keystone Kops). As the macabre mysteries mount and love blossoms between the family’s genderqueer teen and the son of a local fisherman, Binoche and company ratchet the slapstick up to eleven. It’s no wonder director Bruno Dumont (Li’l Quinquin, Camille Claudel 1915) cites Peter Sellers, Monty Python, and Laurel and Hardy as cinematic influences for his delightful foray into winking, absurdist farce.  (In French with English subtitles)


    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival

    One of the Best Films of the Year Cahiers du Cinema

    “OUTRAGEOUS! A HIGH FARCE…Suggest’s Buñuel’s L’Age d’Or by way of Godard’s Weekend.”-Eric Kohn, IndieWire

    “Everyone seems to have drunk their bodyweight in abisynthe.”

    -Peter Bradshaw, the Guardian

    “A WORK OF MADCAP INSPIRATION!”-Jordon Cronk, Film Comment

    “SUBLIMELY DERANGED!”-Nigel Andrews, Financial Times

    “COMPLETELY OFF THE WALL!”-Andrew Picard, Cinema Scope


    • 02 Jun 2017
    • 6:45 PM - 8:50 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    FRI, JUNE 02, 6:45p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    DAVID LYNCH: THE ART OF LIFE

    Documentary by JON NGUYEN/2017/93mins.


    David Lynch: The Art Life looks at Lynch’s art, music, and early films, shining a light into the dark corners of his unique world and giving audiences a better understanding of the man and the artist. As he says, “I think every time you do something, like a painting or whatever, you go with ideas, and sometimes the past can conjure those ideas and color them. Even if they’re new ideas, the past colors them.” We’re invited in and given private views from Lynch’s compound and painting studio in the hills high above Hollywood, as he tells personal stories that unfold like scenes from his films. Strange characters come into focus only to fade again into the past, all leaving an indelible mark.

    “A peek into the life and mind of one of America’s most original auteurs”

    -Little White Lies

    ★★★★ INSIGHTFUL AND ABSORBING”-Time Out

    “Rare insight into the man even for the most hardcore Lynch fans”-Vice

     “RAISES GOOSE BUMPS…A sui-generis self portraiture”

    -Hollywood Reporter

    Official Selection: Venice Film Festival and London Film Festival

     “I was painting a painting that was mostly black, but it had some green plants and leaves coming out of the black. And I was sitting back (probably taking a smoke) and looking at it, and I heard a wind, and the green started moving. And I thought: ‘Oh—a moving painting but with sound.’ And that idea stuck in my head.”-David Lynch


    • 02 Jun 2017
    • 9:00 PM - 10:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 58


    FRI, JUNE 02, 9p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    DAVID LYNCH: THE ART OF LIFE

    Documentary by JON NGUYEN/2017/93mins.


    David Lynch: The Art Life looks at Lynch’s art, music, and early films, shining a light into the dark corners of his unique world and giving audiences a better understanding of the man and the artist. As he says, “I think every time you do something, like a painting or whatever, you go with ideas, and sometimes the past can conjure those ideas and color them. Even if they’re new ideas, the past colors them.” We’re invited in and given private views from Lynch’s compound and painting studio in the hills high above Hollywood, as he tells personal stories that unfold like scenes from his films. Strange characters come into focus only to fade again into the past, all leaving an indelible mark.

    “A peek into the life and mind of one of America’s most original auteurs”

    -Little White Lies

    ★★★★ INSIGHTFUL AND ABSORBING”-Time Out

    “Rare insight into the man even for the most hardcore Lynch fans”-Vice

     “RAISES GOOSE BUMPS…A sui-generis self portraiture”

    -Hollywood Reporter

    Official Selection: Venice Film Festival and London Film Festival

     “I was painting a painting that was mostly black, but it had some green plants and leaves coming out of the black. And I was sitting back (probably taking a smoke) and looking at it, and I heard a wind, and the green started moving. And I thought: ‘Oh—a moving painting but with sound.’ And that idea stuck in my head.”-David Lynch


    • 03 Jun 2017
    • 4:30 PM - 6:35 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SAT, JUNE 03, 4:30p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    SLACK BAY

    (La Moute)

    Directed by BRUNO DUMONT/France/2016/2hr, 2mins.

    With Fabrice Luchini, Juliette Binoche, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi


    Summer 1910. The bourgeois and extremely eccentric Van Peteghem family—among them Juliette Binoche, Fabrice Luchini, and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi—have settled in for another summer at their cliff-top villa overlooking the picturesque Slack Bay. Their leisurely rhythm of sunbathing and seaside constitutionals is soon interrupted by the arrival of two bumbling inspectors investigating a string of tourists gone missing (and serving full-on Keystone Kops). As the macabre mysteries mount and love blossoms between the family’s genderqueer teen and the son of a local fisherman, Binoche and company ratchet the slapstick up to eleven. It’s no wonder director Bruno Dumont (Li’l Quinquin, Camille Claudel 1915) cites Peter Sellers, Monty Python, and Laurel and Hardy as cinematic influences for his delightful foray into winking, absurdist farce.  (In French with English subtitles)


    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival

    One of the Best Films of the Year Cahiers du Cinema

    “OUTRAGEOUS! A HIGH FARCE…Suggest’s Buñuel’s L’Age d’Or by way of Godard’s Weekend.”-Eric Kohn, IndieWire

    “Everyone seems to have drunk their bodyweight in abisynthe.”

    -Peter Bradshaw, the Guardian

    “A WORK OF MADCAP INSPIRATION!”-Jordon Cronk, Film Comment

    “SUBLIMELY DERANGED!”-Nigel Andrews, Financial Times

    “COMPLETELY OFF THE WALL!”-Andrew Picard, Cinema Scope


    • 03 Jun 2017
    • 6:45 PM - 8:50 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SAT, JUNE 03, 6:45p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    DAVID LYNCH: THE ART OF LIFE

    Documentary by JON NGUYEN/2017/93mins.


    David Lynch: The Art Life looks at Lynch’s art, music, and early films, shining a light into the dark corners of his unique world and giving audiences a better understanding of the man and the artist. As he says, “I think every time you do something, like a painting or whatever, you go with ideas, and sometimes the past can conjure those ideas and color them. Even if they’re new ideas, the past colors them.” We’re invited in and given private views from Lynch’s compound and painting studio in the hills high above Hollywood, as he tells personal stories that unfold like scenes from his films. Strange characters come into focus only to fade again into the past, all leaving an indelible mark.

    “A peek into the life and mind of one of America’s most original auteurs”

    -Little White Lies

    ★★★★ INSIGHTFUL AND ABSORBING”-Time Out

    “Rare insight into the man even for the most hardcore Lynch fans”-Vice

     “RAISES GOOSE BUMPS…A sui-generis self portraiture”

    -Hollywood Reporter

    Official Selection: Venice Film Festival and London Film Festival

     “I was painting a painting that was mostly black, but it had some green plants and leaves coming out of the black. And I was sitting back (probably taking a smoke) and looking at it, and I heard a wind, and the green started moving. And I thought: ‘Oh—a moving painting but with sound.’ And that idea stuck in my head.”-David Lynch


    • 03 Jun 2017
    • 8:55 PM - 10:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SAT, JUNE 03, 8:55p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    DAVID LYNCH: THE ART OF LIFE

    Documentary by JON NGUYEN/2017/93mins.


    David Lynch: The Art Life looks at Lynch’s art, music, and early films, shining a light into the dark corners of his unique world and giving audiences a better understanding of the man and the artist. As he says, “I think every time you do something, like a painting or whatever, you go with ideas, and sometimes the past can conjure those ideas and color them. Even if they’re new ideas, the past colors them.” We’re invited in and given private views from Lynch’s compound and painting studio in the hills high above Hollywood, as he tells personal stories that unfold like scenes from his films. Strange characters come into focus only to fade again into the past, all leaving an indelible mark.

    “A peek into the life and mind of one of America’s most original auteurs”

    -Little White Lies

    ★★★★ INSIGHTFUL AND ABSORBING”-Time Out

    “Rare insight into the man even for the most hardcore Lynch fans”-Vice

     “RAISES GOOSE BUMPS…A sui-generis self portraiture”

    -Hollywood Reporter

    Official Selection: Venice Film Festival and London Film Festival

     “I was painting a painting that was mostly black, but it had some green plants and leaves coming out of the black. And I was sitting back (probably taking a smoke) and looking at it, and I heard a wind, and the green started moving. And I thought: ‘Oh—a moving painting but with sound.’ And that idea stuck in my head.”-David Lynch


    • 04 Jun 2017
    • 4:30 PM - 6:35 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SUN, JUNE 04, 4:30p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    SLACK BAY

    (La Moute)

    Directed by BRUNO DUMONT/France/2016/2hr, 2mins.

    With Fabrice Luchini, Juliette Binoche, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi


    Summer 1910. The bourgeois and extremely eccentric Van Peteghem family—among them Juliette Binoche, Fabrice Luchini, and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi—have settled in for another summer at their cliff-top villa overlooking the picturesque Slack Bay. Their leisurely rhythm of sunbathing and seaside constitutionals is soon interrupted by the arrival of two bumbling inspectors investigating a string of tourists gone missing (and serving full-on Keystone Kops). As the macabre mysteries mount and love blossoms between the family’s genderqueer teen and the son of a local fisherman, Binoche and company ratchet the slapstick up to eleven. It’s no wonder director Bruno Dumont (Li’l Quinquin, Camille Claudel 1915) cites Peter Sellers, Monty Python, and Laurel and Hardy as cinematic influences for his delightful foray into winking, absurdist farce.  (In French with English subtitles)


    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival

    One of the Best Films of the Year Cahiers du Cinema

    “OUTRAGEOUS! A HIGH FARCE…Suggest’s Buñuel’s L’Age d’Or by way of Godard’s Weekend.”-Eric Kohn, IndieWire

    “Everyone seems to have drunk their bodyweight in abisynthe.”

    -Peter Bradshaw, the Guardian

    “A WORK OF MADCAP INSPIRATION!”-Jordon Cronk, Film Comment

    “SUBLIMELY DERANGED!”-Nigel Andrews, Financial Times

    “COMPLETELY OFF THE WALL!”-Andrew Picard, Cinema Scope


    • 04 Jun 2017
    • 6:45 PM - 8:50 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SUN, JUNE 04, 6:45p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    DAVID LYNCH: THE ART OF LIFE

    Documentary by JON NGUYEN/2017/93mins.


    David Lynch: The Art Life looks at Lynch’s art, music, and early films, shining a light into the dark corners of his unique world and giving audiences a better understanding of the man and the artist. As he says, “I think every time you do something, like a painting or whatever, you go with ideas, and sometimes the past can conjure those ideas and color them. Even if they’re new ideas, the past colors them.” We’re invited in and given private views from Lynch’s compound and painting studio in the hills high above Hollywood, as he tells personal stories that unfold like scenes from his films. Strange characters come into focus only to fade again into the past, all leaving an indelible mark.

    “A peek into the life and mind of one of America’s most original auteurs”

    -Little White Lies

    ★★★★ INSIGHTFUL AND ABSORBING”-Time Out

    “Rare insight into the man even for the most hardcore Lynch fans”-Vice

     “RAISES GOOSE BUMPS…A sui-generis self portraiture”

    -Hollywood Reporter

    Official Selection: Venice Film Festival and London Film Festival

     “I was painting a painting that was mostly black, but it had some green plants and leaves coming out of the black. And I was sitting back (probably taking a smoke) and looking at it, and I heard a wind, and the green started moving. And I thought: ‘Oh—a moving painting but with sound.’ And that idea stuck in my head.”-David Lynch


    • 04 Jun 2017
    • 8:55 PM - 10:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SUN, JUNE 04, 8:55p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    DAVID LYNCH: THE ART OF LIFE

    Documentary by JON NGUYEN/2017/93mins.


    David Lynch: The Art Life looks at Lynch’s art, music, and early films, shining a light into the dark corners of his unique world and giving audiences a better understanding of the man and the artist. As he says, “I think every time you do something, like a painting or whatever, you go with ideas, and sometimes the past can conjure those ideas and color them. Even if they’re new ideas, the past colors them.” We’re invited in and given private views from Lynch’s compound and painting studio in the hills high above Hollywood, as he tells personal stories that unfold like scenes from his films. Strange characters come into focus only to fade again into the past, all leaving an indelible mark.

    “A peek into the life and mind of one of America’s most original auteurs”

    -Little White Lies

    ★★★★ INSIGHTFUL AND ABSORBING”-Time Out

    “Rare insight into the man even for the most hardcore Lynch fans”-Vice

     “RAISES GOOSE BUMPS…A sui-generis self portraiture”

    -Hollywood Reporter

    Official Selection: Venice Film Festival and London Film Festival

     “I was painting a painting that was mostly black, but it had some green plants and leaves coming out of the black. And I was sitting back (probably taking a smoke) and looking at it, and I heard a wind, and the green started moving. And I thought: ‘Oh—a moving painting but with sound.’ And that idea stuck in my head.”-David Lynch


    • 07 Jun 2017
    • 6:45 PM - 8:50 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    WED, JUNE 07, 6:45p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    SLACK BAY

    (La Moute)

    Directed by BRUNO DUMONT/France/2016/2hr, 2mins.

    With Fabrice Luchini, Juliette Binoche, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi


    Summer 1910. The bourgeois and extremely eccentric Van Peteghem family—among them Juliette Binoche, Fabrice Luchini, and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi—have settled in for another summer at their cliff-top villa overlooking the picturesque Slack Bay. Their leisurely rhythm of sunbathing and seaside constitutionals is soon interrupted by the arrival of two bumbling inspectors investigating a string of tourists gone missing (and serving full-on Keystone Kops). As the macabre mysteries mount and love blossoms between the family’s genderqueer teen and the son of a local fisherman, Binoche and company ratchet the slapstick up to eleven. It’s no wonder director Bruno Dumont (Li’l Quinquin, Camille Claudel 1915) cites Peter Sellers, Monty Python, and Laurel and Hardy as cinematic influences for his delightful foray into winking, absurdist farce.  (In French with English subtitles)


    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival

    One of the Best Films of the Year Cahiers du Cinema

    “OUTRAGEOUS! A HIGH FARCE…Suggest’s Buñuel’s L’Age d’Or by way of Godard’s Weekend.”-Eric Kohn, IndieWire

    “Everyone seems to have drunk their bodyweight in abisynthe.”

    -Peter Bradshaw, the Guardian

    “A WORK OF MADCAP INSPIRATION!”-Jordon Cronk, Film Comment

    “SUBLIMELY DERANGED!”-Nigel Andrews, Financial Times

    “COMPLETELY OFF THE WALL!”-Andrew Picard, Cinema Scope


    • 07 Jun 2017
    • 9:00 PM - 10:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    WED, JUNE 07, 9p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    DAVID LYNCH: THE ART OF LIFE

    Documentary by JON NGUYEN/2017/93mins.


    David Lynch: The Art Life looks at Lynch’s art, music, and early films, shining a light into the dark corners of his unique world and giving audiences a better understanding of the man and the artist. As he says, “I think every time you do something, like a painting or whatever, you go with ideas, and sometimes the past can conjure those ideas and color them. Even if they’re new ideas, the past colors them.” We’re invited in and given private views from Lynch’s compound and painting studio in the hills high above Hollywood, as he tells personal stories that unfold like scenes from his films. Strange characters come into focus only to fade again into the past, all leaving an indelible mark.

    “A peek into the life and mind of one of America’s most original auteurs”

    -Little White Lies

    ★★★★ INSIGHTFUL AND ABSORBING”-Time Out

    “Rare insight into the man even for the most hardcore Lynch fans”-Vice

     “RAISES GOOSE BUMPS…A sui-generis self portraiture”

    -Hollywood Reporter

    Official Selection: Venice Film Festival and London Film Festival

     “I was painting a painting that was mostly black, but it had some green plants and leaves coming out of the black. And I was sitting back (probably taking a smoke) and looking at it, and I heard a wind, and the green started moving. And I thought: ‘Oh—a moving painting but with sound.’ And that idea stuck in my head.”-David Lynch


    • 08 Jun 2017
    • 6:45 PM - 8:50 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    THU, JUNE 08, 6:45p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    SLACK BAY

    (La Moute)

    Directed by BRUNO DUMONT/France/2016/2hr, 2mins.

    With Fabrice Luchini, Juliette Binoche, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi


    Summer 1910. The bourgeois and extremely eccentric Van Peteghem family—among them Juliette Binoche, Fabrice Luchini, and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi—have settled in for another summer at their cliff-top villa overlooking the picturesque Slack Bay. Their leisurely rhythm of sunbathing and seaside constitutionals is soon interrupted by the arrival of two bumbling inspectors investigating a string of tourists gone missing (and serving full-on Keystone Kops). As the macabre mysteries mount and love blossoms between the family’s genderqueer teen and the son of a local fisherman, Binoche and company ratchet the slapstick up to eleven. It’s no wonder director Bruno Dumont (Li’l Quinquin, Camille Claudel 1915) cites Peter Sellers, Monty Python, and Laurel and Hardy as cinematic influences for his delightful foray into winking, absurdist farce.  (In French with English subtitles)


    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival

    One of the Best Films of the Year Cahiers du Cinema

    “OUTRAGEOUS! A HIGH FARCE…Suggest’s Buñuel’s L’Age d’Or by way of Godard’s Weekend.”-Eric Kohn, IndieWire

    “Everyone seems to have drunk their bodyweight in abisynthe.”

    -Peter Bradshaw, the Guardian

    “A WORK OF MADCAP INSPIRATION!”-Jordon Cronk, Film Comment

    “SUBLIMELY DERANGED!”-Nigel Andrews, Financial Times

    “COMPLETELY OFF THE WALL!”-Andrew Picard, Cinema Scope


    • 08 Jun 2017
    • 9:00 PM - 10:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    THU, JUNE 08, 9p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    DAVID LYNCH: THE ART OF LIFE

    Documentary by JON NGUYEN/2017/93mins.


    David Lynch: The Art Life looks at Lynch’s art, music, and early films, shining a light into the dark corners of his unique world and giving audiences a better understanding of the man and the artist. As he says, “I think every time you do something, like a painting or whatever, you go with ideas, and sometimes the past can conjure those ideas and color them. Even if they’re new ideas, the past colors them.” We’re invited in and given private views from Lynch’s compound and painting studio in the hills high above Hollywood, as he tells personal stories that unfold like scenes from his films. Strange characters come into focus only to fade again into the past, all leaving an indelible mark.

    “A peek into the life and mind of one of America’s most original auteurs”

    -Little White Lies

    ★★★★ INSIGHTFUL AND ABSORBING”-Time Out

    “Rare insight into the man even for the most hardcore Lynch fans”-Vice

     “RAISES GOOSE BUMPS…A sui-generis self portraiture”

    -Hollywood Reporter

    Official Selection: Venice Film Festival and London Film Festival

     “I was painting a painting that was mostly black, but it had some green plants and leaves coming out of the black. And I was sitting back (probably taking a smoke) and looking at it, and I heard a wind, and the green started moving. And I thought: ‘Oh—a moving painting but with sound.’ And that idea stuck in my head.”-David Lynch


    • 09 Jun 2017
    • 6:45 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    FRI, JUN 09, 6:45p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    Cannes Film Festival Un Certain Regard

    THE STUDENT

    Directed by KIRELL SEREBRENNIKOV/Russia/2017/118mins.

    With Pyotr Skvortsov, Aleksandra Revenko, Viktoriya Isakova     


    After Venya’s mother receives a call from school reporting her son’s refusal to participate in mixed swimming lessons, she first suspects her teenager of being shy and derides his claim that it is “against his religion.” As Venya is finally exempted by the school’s devout principal, he grows confident that his strict and rigorous study of the Bible gives him the ability to manipulate all forms of authority. Challenged by a teacher who refuses to consent to his dogma, he sets out to eliminate her and subdue an entire community. At a time when arguments over the teaching of religion in public schools are prominent in the media, this wildly escalating classroom drama — based on a play by German playwright Marius von Mayenburg — serves as a frightening cautionary tale. (In Russian with English subtitles).

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival Un Certain Regard

    WINNER: Best Director, Kinotavr Film Festival, Russia

    “COMMANDING AND FASCINATING!”-Screen International

    “Offers both a universally relevant examination of religious zealotry and, at the same time, a damning, satirical look at modern Russia”-Hollywood Reporter

    “SPLENDID!...The Student is a film that never stops to think; it thinks (and speaks, and shouts) while prodigiously on the move.”-Guy Lodge, Variety



    • 09 Jun 2017
    • 8:55 PM - 10:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    FRI, JUNE 09, 8:55p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    DAVID LYNCH: THE ART OF LIFE

    Documentary by JON NGUYEN/2017/93mins.


    David Lynch: The Art Life looks at Lynch’s art, music, and early films, shining a light into the dark corners of his unique world and giving audiences a better understanding of the man and the artist. As he says, “I think every time you do something, like a painting or whatever, you go with ideas, and sometimes the past can conjure those ideas and color them. Even if they’re new ideas, the past colors them.” We’re invited in and given private views from Lynch’s compound and painting studio in the hills high above Hollywood, as he tells personal stories that unfold like scenes from his films. Strange characters come into focus only to fade again into the past, all leaving an indelible mark.

    “A peek into the life and mind of one of America’s most original auteurs”

    -Little White Lies

    ★★★★ INSIGHTFUL AND ABSORBING”-Time Out

    “Rare insight into the man even for the most hardcore Lynch fans”-Vice

     “RAISES GOOSE BUMPS…A sui-generis self portraiture”

    -Hollywood Reporter

    Official Selection: Venice Film Festival and London Film Festival

     “I was painting a painting that was mostly black, but it had some green plants and leaves coming out of the black. And I was sitting back (probably taking a smoke) and looking at it, and I heard a wind, and the green started moving. And I thought: ‘Oh—a moving painting but with sound.’ And that idea stuck in my head.”-David Lynch


    • 10 Jun 2017
    • 4:30 PM - 6:35 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SAT, JUNE 10, 4:30p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    SLACK BAY

    (La Moute)

    Directed by BRUNO DUMONT/France/2016/2hr, 2mins.

    With Fabrice Luchini, Juliette Binoche, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi


    Summer 1910. The bourgeois and extremely eccentric Van Peteghem family—among them Juliette Binoche, Fabrice Luchini, and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi—have settled in for another summer at their cliff-top villa overlooking the picturesque Slack Bay. Their leisurely rhythm of sunbathing and seaside constitutionals is soon interrupted by the arrival of two bumbling inspectors investigating a string of tourists gone missing (and serving full-on Keystone Kops). As the macabre mysteries mount and love blossoms between the family’s genderqueer teen and the son of a local fisherman, Binoche and company ratchet the slapstick up to eleven. It’s no wonder director Bruno Dumont (Li’l Quinquin, Camille Claudel 1915) cites Peter Sellers, Monty Python, and Laurel and Hardy as cinematic influences for his delightful foray into winking, absurdist farce.  (In French with English subtitles)


    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival

    One of the Best Films of the Year Cahiers du Cinema

    “OUTRAGEOUS! A HIGH FARCE…Suggest’s Buñuel’s L’Age d’Or by way of Godard’s Weekend.”-Eric Kohn, IndieWire

    “Everyone seems to have drunk their bodyweight in abisynthe.”

    -Peter Bradshaw, the Guardian

    “A WORK OF MADCAP INSPIRATION!”-Jordon Cronk, Film Comment

    “SUBLIMELY DERANGED!”-Nigel Andrews, Financial Times

    “COMPLETELY OFF THE WALL!”-Andrew Picard, Cinema Scope


    • 10 Jun 2017
    • 6:45 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SAT, JUN 10, 6:45p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    Cannes Film Festival Un Certain Regard

    THE STUDENT

    Directed by KIRELL SEREBRENNIKOV/Russia/2017/118mins.

    With Pyotr Skvortsov, Aleksandra Revenko, Viktoriya Isakova     


    After Venya’s mother receives a call from school reporting her son’s refusal to participate in mixed swimming lessons, she first suspects her teenager of being shy and derides his claim that it is “against his religion.” As Venya is finally exempted by the school’s devout principal, he grows confident that his strict and rigorous study of the Bible gives him the ability to manipulate all forms of authority. Challenged by a teacher who refuses to consent to his dogma, he sets out to eliminate her and subdue an entire community. At a time when arguments over the teaching of religion in public schools are prominent in the media, this wildly escalating classroom drama — based on a play by German playwright Marius von Mayenburg — serves as a frightening cautionary tale. (In Russian with English subtitles).

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival Un Certain Regard

    WINNER: Best Director, Kinotavr Film Festival, Russia

    “COMMANDING AND FASCINATING!”-Screen International

    “Offers both a universally relevant examination of religious zealotry and, at the same time, a damning, satirical look at modern Russia”-Hollywood Reporter

    “SPLENDID!...The Student is a film that never stops to think; it thinks (and speaks, and shouts) while prodigiously on the move.”-Guy Lodge, Variety



    • 10 Jun 2017
    • 8:55 PM - 10:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60


    SAT, JUNE 10, 8:55p:

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    DAVID LYNCH: THE ART OF LIFE

    Documentary by JON NGUYEN/2017/93mins.


    David Lynch: The Art Life looks at Lynch’s art, music, and early films, shining a light into the dark corners of his unique world and giving audiences a better understanding of the man and the artist. As he says, “I think every time you do something, like a painting or whatever, you go with ideas, and sometimes the past can conjure those ideas and color them. Even if they’re new ideas, the past colors them.” We’re invited in and given private views from Lynch’s compound and painting studio in the hills high above Hollywood, as he tells personal stories that unfold like scenes from his films. Strange characters come into focus only to fade again into the past, all leaving an indelible mark.

    “A peek into the life and mind of one of America’s most original auteurs”

    -Little White Lies

    ★★★★ INSIGHTFUL AND ABSORBING”-Time Out

    “Rare insight into the man even for the most hardcore Lynch fans”-Vice

     “RAISES GOOSE BUMPS…A sui-generis self portraiture”

    -Hollywood Reporter