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    • 01 Jun 2015
    • 12:00 AM
    • 31 Jul 2015
    • 11:59 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, Miami Beach 33139

     

        

    JUNE TRAILERS


    WED, JUNE 03—

    THU, JUNE 04

    Official Selection:

    (Cannes, Toronto, New York Film Festival)

    Winner: 

    (César Best Supporting Actress - Kristen Stewart)

    CLOUDS OF SILS MARIA

    Directed by Olivier Assayas


    THU, JUNE 04 | 9:15p

    S P E A K I N G   I N   C I N E M A

    Perfect Is Often Imperfect:

    The Cinematography of Benoît Debie

    IRREVERSIBLE

    Directed by Gaspar Noé

    Cinematography by Benoît Debie


    FRI, JUNE 05—

    THU, JUNE 11

    Cinephile's Choice

    "Best of Cannes"

    (WINNER: FIPRESCI Prize)

    JAUJA

    Directed by Lisandro Alonso


    FRI, JUNE 05—

    WED, JUNE 10

    Tsai Ming-liang's Cult Classic Finally Gets US Theatrical Release!

    REBELS OF THE NEON GOD

    Directed by by Ming-liang Tsai


    SAT, JUNE 06 | 4p

    A Miami Film Month Special Screening

    Presented by the Greater Miami Convention & Visitor's Bureau

    THE RECORD MAN

    Directed by by Mark Moormann


    THU, JUNE 11 | 8:45p

    S P E A K I N G   I N   C I N E M A

    Perfect Is Often Imperfect:

    The Cinematography of Benoît Debie

    Florida Premiere of the Director's Cut

    ENTER THE VOID

    Directed by Gaspar Noé

    Cinematography by Benoît Debie


    FRI, JUNE 12—

    THU, JUNE 18

    TU DORS NICOLE

    Directed by Stéphane Lafleur


    THU, JUNE 18 | 9p

    S P E A K I N G   I N   C I N E M A

    Perfect Is Often Imperfect:

    The Cinematography of Benoît Debie

    SPRING BREAKERS

    Directed by Harmony Korine

    Cinematography by Benoît Debie


    FRI, JUNE 19—

    SUN, JUNE 28

    SAINT LAURENT

    Directed by Bertrand Bonello

    WED, JUNE 03—

    THU, JUNE 04

    • 01 Jul 2015
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

    WED, JULY 01, 6p:

    Miami Encore Screenings!

    SAINT LAURENT

    Directed by BERTRAND BONELLO/France/2014/150mins.

    With Gaspard Ulliel, Jéréme Renier, Louis Garrel, Léa Seydoux

    As one of History's greatest fashion designers entered a decade of freedom (1967-1976, at the top of his career), neither came out of it in one piece.

    (In French with English subtitles).

    Official Selection: Cannes, New York, Miami Film Festivals

    WINNER: Best Film Not released in 2014 Intl Cinephile Soc.

    Best Director 2014

    Lumiere Awards Best Actor Gaspard Ulliel

    Cesar Awards Best Costume Design

    “PROFOUNDLY INTOXICATING”-Melissa Anderson, ArtForum

    “SPELLBINDING!”-Scott Foundas, Variety

    “Raptourous insanity, and of course, it’s stylish as hell”-Steve Pond, The Wrap

     

    • 01 Jul 2015
    • 8:45 PM - 10:45 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
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    WED, JULY 01, 8:45p:

    "Best of Cannes

    (Critic’s Week Grand Prize)

    Exclusive Florida PREVIEW Screening!

    (The engagement starts July 24!)

    THE TRIBE

    Directed by MYROSLAV SLABOSHPYTSKIY/Ukraine/2014/132mins.

    With Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova, Rosa Babiy

    Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukranian high school for the Deaf. The Tribe unfolds through the non-verbal acting and sign language from a cast of deaf, non-professional actors—with no need for subtitles or voice over––resulting in a unique, never-before-experienced cinematic event that engages the audience on a new sensory level. Teenage Sergey (Grigoriy Fesenko), a new student at the boarding school, realizes immediately that he must prove himself worthy to be brought under the protective wing of the school gang's leader to survive unscathed. After an indoctrination of harmless initiation pranks and rites, Sergey's new-found clique soon introduces him to their common activities of robbery, bribery and prostitution. At first assimilating seamlessly into his new role in the tribe, he finds himself compromised as he begins to fall in love with his female classmate—and one of the gang's escorts—triggering a sequence of stunningly diabolical events.

    (In sign language without subtitles)

    WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Critic’s Week Grand Prize,

    France 4 Visionary Award, Gan Award for Distribution

    European Film Awards European Discovery of the Year

    Fantastic Fest Best Director

    Ghent International Film Festival Best Film

    International Cinephile Awards Best Film Not Distributed in 2014

    Thessaloniki Film Festival Best Director

    São Paulo International Film Festival Best Screenplay

    THREE EXAMPLE 100 METACRITIC REVIEWS:

    “The impact this has on the viewer is remarkable. By about twenty minutes into the film, I found myself "hearing" dialogue as each new scene unfolded. I don't remotely pretend to understand sign language, but the performances, the direction, and the energy of the film manage to communicate clearly everything that is being felt and shared. It's amazing the way it works, and there are so many moments in the film that are remarkable not only for the drama of what we're watching, but for the almost alien quality of what we're looking at.”-HitFix

    “..this deeply compelling debut feature from director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy utterly defies mockery with the seriousness of its subject matter and the intelligence of its execution. And it duly won awards, three in fact: the Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize, the Visionary Award and a Distribution Support Endowment Prize, this last especially good news, we have to think, because despite the difficulty of its themes and the unfriendliness of its comedy-gold logline, this is a film that deserves the biggest arthouse audience possible.”-The Playlist

    “But Slaboshpytskiy’s film is finally most remarkable for the way it strips its characters to their raw, ferocious essence, while still allowing them to fully retain their distinctiveness as individuals. Operating well beyond the fringes of respectable society, these young men and women may well be the pawns and agents of a cruelly exploitative system, but they still come across as thinking, feeling human beings, each one desperately trying to assert his or her own place in a ruthless ruling order. To that end, these untrained actors perform with an intense, abrasive physicality that’s almost frightening in its eloquence; dialogue has rarely seemed more superfluous, as every gesture feels charged with attitude and emotion. The purity of expression Slaboshpytskiy achieves here may well take some viewers back to the silent era, but in finding its own bold cinematic language, “The Tribe” feels like something unmistakably, radically new.”-Variety
       

    • 02 Jul 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
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     THU, JULY 02, 7p:

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Best of SUNDANCE Film Festival

    (Grand Jury Prize Documentary)

    THE WOLFPACK

    Documentary directed by CRYSTAL MOZELLE/2015/84mins.

    With Bhagavan Angulo Govinda Angulo Narayana Angulo Mukunda Angulo Krisna Angulo Jagadesh Angulo Visnu Angulo Susanne Angulo Oscar Angulo

    Locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the films that they watch. Nicknamed the Wolfpack, the brothers spend their childhood re-enacting their favorite films using elaborate homemade props and costumes. With no friends and living on welfare, they feed their curiosity, creativity, and imagination with film, which allows them to escape from their feelings of isolation and loneliness. Everything changes when one of the brothers escapes, and the power dynamics in the house are transformed. The Wolfpack must learn how to integrate into society without disbanding the brotherhood.

    WINNER: Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival

    “SENSATIONAL. It’s doubtful you’ll see a better documentary this year”-Paper Magazine

    "ALTOGETHER FASCINATING. It has been a while since I’ve seen something that demands to be talked about with such urgency."-Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

    "Absolutely fascinating and one of a kind. One of the strongest reminders of the indomitable power of film I have seen." -Jake Howell, Movie City News

    "THRILLING, HEARTBREAKING, CONFOUNDING. It raises questions we’ll be trying to answer for as long as there is art. A TRANSCENDANT WORK OF ART."-David Edelstein, New York

    "GRIPPING. YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PULL YOUR EYES OFF THE SCREEN. Once you've met these kids, you won't forget them - or the film that puts a hypnotic and haunting spin on movie love."-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone 

    • 02 Jul 2015
    • 8:45 PM - 11:00 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

    THU, JULY 02, 8:45p:

    Miami Encore Screenings!

    SAINT LAURENT

    Directed by BERTRAND BONELLO/France/2014/150mins.

    With Gaspard Ulliel, Jéréme Renier, Louis Garrel, Léa Seydoux

    As one of History's greatest fashion designers entered a decade of freedom (1967-1976, at the top of his career), neither came out of it in one piece.

    (In French with English subtitles).

    Official Selection: Cannes, New York, Miami Film Festivals

    WINNER: Best Film Not released in 2014 Intl Cinephile Soc.

    Best Director 2014

    Lumiere Awards Best Actor Gaspard Ulliel

    Cesar Awards Best Costume Design

    “PROFOUNDLY INTOXICATING”-Melissa Anderson, ArtForum

    “SPELLBINDING!”-Scott Foundas, Variety

    “Raptourous insanity, and of course, it’s stylish as hell”-Steve Pond, The Wrap

     

    • 03 Jul 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     FRI, JULY 03, 7p:

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Best of SUNDANCE Film Festival

    (Grand Jury Prize Documentary)

    THE WOLFPACK

    Documentary directed by CRYSTAL MOZELLE/2015/84mins.

    With Bhagavan Angulo Govinda Angulo Narayana Angulo Mukunda Angulo Krisna Angulo Jagadesh Angulo Visnu Angulo Susanne Angulo Oscar Angulo

    Locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the films that they watch. Nicknamed the Wolfpack, the brothers spend their childhood re-enacting their favorite films using elaborate homemade props and costumes. With no friends and living on welfare, they feed their curiosity, creativity, and imagination with film, which allows them to escape from their feelings of isolation and loneliness. Everything changes when one of the brothers escapes, and the power dynamics in the house are transformed. The Wolfpack must learn how to integrate into society without disbanding the brotherhood.

    WINNER: Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival

    “SENSATIONAL. It’s doubtful you’ll see a better documentary this year”-Paper Magazine

    "ALTOGETHER FASCINATING. It has been a while since I’ve seen something that demands to be talked about with such urgency."-Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

    "Absolutely fascinating and one of a kind. One of the strongest reminders of the indomitable power of film I have seen." -Jake Howell, Movie City News

    "THRILLING, HEARTBREAKING, CONFOUNDING. It raises questions we’ll be trying to answer for as long as there is art. A TRANSCENDANT WORK OF ART."-David Edelstein, New York

    "GRIPPING. YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PULL YOUR EYES OFF THE SCREEN. Once you've met these kids, you won't forget them - or the film that puts a hypnotic and haunting spin on movie love."-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone 

    • 03 Jul 2015
    • 8:45 PM - 10:15 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     FRI, JULY 03, 8:45p:

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Best of SUNDANCE Film Festival

    (Grand Jury Prize Documentary)

    THE WOLFPACK

    Documentary directed by CRYSTAL MOZELLE/2015/84mins.

    With Bhagavan Angulo Govinda Angulo Narayana Angulo Mukunda Angulo Krisna Angulo Jagadesh Angulo Visnu Angulo Susanne Angulo Oscar Angulo

    Locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the films that they watch. Nicknamed the Wolfpack, the brothers spend their childhood re-enacting their favorite films using elaborate homemade props and costumes. With no friends and living on welfare, they feed their curiosity, creativity, and imagination with film, which allows them to escape from their feelings of isolation and loneliness. Everything changes when one of the brothers escapes, and the power dynamics in the house are transformed. The Wolfpack must learn how to integrate into society without disbanding the brotherhood.

    WINNER: Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival

    “SENSATIONAL. It’s doubtful you’ll see a better documentary this year”-Paper Magazine

    "ALTOGETHER FASCINATING. It has been a while since I’ve seen something that demands to be talked about with such urgency."-Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

    "Absolutely fascinating and one of a kind. One of the strongest reminders of the indomitable power of film I have seen." -Jake Howell, Movie City News

    "THRILLING, HEARTBREAKING, CONFOUNDING. It raises questions we’ll be trying to answer for as long as there is art. A TRANSCENDANT WORK OF ART."-David Edelstein, New York

    "GRIPPING. YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PULL YOUR EYES OFF THE SCREEN. Once you've met these kids, you won't forget them - or the film that puts a hypnotic and haunting spin on movie love."-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone 

    • 04 Jul 2015
    • 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

    SAT, JULY 04, 4p:

    Miami Encore Screenings!

    SAINT LAURENT

    Directed by BERTRAND BONELLO/France/2014/150mins.

    With Gaspard Ulliel, Jéréme Renier, Louis Garrel, Léa Seydoux

    As one of History's greatest fashion designers entered a decade of freedom (1967-1976, at the top of his career), neither came out of it in one piece.

    (In French with English subtitles).

    Official Selection: Cannes, New York, Miami Film Festivals

    WINNER: Best Film Not released in 2014 Intl Cinephile Soc.

    Best Director 2014

    Lumiere Awards Best Actor Gaspard Ulliel

    Cesar Awards Best Costume Design

    “PROFOUNDLY INTOXICATING”-Melissa Anderson, ArtForum

    “SPELLBINDING!”-Scott Foundas, Variety

    “Raptourous insanity, and of course, it’s stylish as hell”-Steve Pond, The Wrap

     

    • 04 Jul 2015
    • 6:45 PM - 8:15 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     SAT, JULY 04, 6:45p:

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Best of SUNDANCE Film Festival

    (Grand Jury Prize Documentary)

    THE WOLFPACK

    Documentary directed by CRYSTAL MOZELLE/2015/84mins.

    With Bhagavan Angulo Govinda Angulo Narayana Angulo Mukunda Angulo Krisna Angulo Jagadesh Angulo Visnu Angulo Susanne Angulo Oscar Angulo

    Locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the films that they watch. Nicknamed the Wolfpack, the brothers spend their childhood re-enacting their favorite films using elaborate homemade props and costumes. With no friends and living on welfare, they feed their curiosity, creativity, and imagination with film, which allows them to escape from their feelings of isolation and loneliness. Everything changes when one of the brothers escapes, and the power dynamics in the house are transformed. The Wolfpack must learn how to integrate into society without disbanding the brotherhood.

    WINNER: Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival

    “SENSATIONAL. It’s doubtful you’ll see a better documentary this year”-Paper Magazine

    "ALTOGETHER FASCINATING. It has been a while since I’ve seen something that demands to be talked about with such urgency."-Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

    "Absolutely fascinating and one of a kind. One of the strongest reminders of the indomitable power of film I have seen." -Jake Howell, Movie City News

    "THRILLING, HEARTBREAKING, CONFOUNDING. It raises questions we’ll be trying to answer for as long as there is art. A TRANSCENDANT WORK OF ART."-David Edelstein, New York

    "GRIPPING. YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PULL YOUR EYES OFF THE SCREEN. Once you've met these kids, you won't forget them - or the film that puts a hypnotic and haunting spin on movie love."-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone 

    • 04 Jul 2015
    • 8:30 PM - 10:00 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     SAT, JULY 04, 8:30p:

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Best of SUNDANCE Film Festival

    (Grand Jury Prize Documentary)

    THE WOLFPACK

    Documentary directed by CRYSTAL MOZELLE/2015/84mins.

    With Bhagavan Angulo Govinda Angulo Narayana Angulo Mukunda Angulo Krisna Angulo Jagadesh Angulo Visnu Angulo Susanne Angulo Oscar Angulo

    Locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the films that they watch. Nicknamed the Wolfpack, the brothers spend their childhood re-enacting their favorite films using elaborate homemade props and costumes. With no friends and living on welfare, they feed their curiosity, creativity, and imagination with film, which allows them to escape from their feelings of isolation and loneliness. Everything changes when one of the brothers escapes, and the power dynamics in the house are transformed. The Wolfpack must learn how to integrate into society without disbanding the brotherhood.

    WINNER: Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival

    “SENSATIONAL. It’s doubtful you’ll see a better documentary this year”-Paper Magazine

    "ALTOGETHER FASCINATING. It has been a while since I’ve seen something that demands to be talked about with such urgency."-Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

    "Absolutely fascinating and one of a kind. One of the strongest reminders of the indomitable power of film I have seen." -Jake Howell, Movie City News

    "THRILLING, HEARTBREAKING, CONFOUNDING. It raises questions we’ll be trying to answer for as long as there is art. A TRANSCENDANT WORK OF ART."-David Edelstein, New York

    "GRIPPING. YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PULL YOUR EYES OFF THE SCREEN. Once you've met these kids, you won't forget them - or the film that puts a hypnotic and haunting spin on movie love."-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone 

    • 05 Jul 2015
    • 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

    SUN, JULY 05, 4p:

    Miami Encore Screenings!

    SAINT LAURENT

    Directed by BERTRAND BONELLO/France/2014/150mins.

    With Gaspard Ulliel, Jéréme Renier, Louis Garrel, Léa Seydoux

    As one of History's greatest fashion designers entered a decade of freedom (1967-1976, at the top of his career), neither came out of it in one piece.

    (In French with English subtitles).

    Official Selection: Cannes, New York, Miami Film Festivals

    WINNER: Best Film Not released in 2014 Intl Cinephile Soc.

    Best Director 2014

    Lumiere Awards Best Actor Gaspard Ulliel

    Cesar Awards Best Costume Design

    “PROFOUNDLY INTOXICATING”-Melissa Anderson, ArtForum

    “SPELLBINDING!”-Scott Foundas, Variety

    “Raptourous insanity, and of course, it’s stylish as hell”-Steve Pond, The Wrap

     

    • 05 Jul 2015
    • 6:45 PM - 8:15 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 58

     

     SUN, JULY 05, 6:45p:

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Best of SUNDANCE Film Festival

    (Grand Jury Prize Documentary)

    THE WOLFPACK

    Documentary directed by CRYSTAL MOZELLE/2015/84mins.

    With Bhagavan Angulo Govinda Angulo Narayana Angulo Mukunda Angulo Krisna Angulo Jagadesh Angulo Visnu Angulo Susanne Angulo Oscar Angulo

    Locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the films that they watch. Nicknamed the Wolfpack, the brothers spend their childhood re-enacting their favorite films using elaborate homemade props and costumes. With no friends and living on welfare, they feed their curiosity, creativity, and imagination with film, which allows them to escape from their feelings of isolation and loneliness. Everything changes when one of the brothers escapes, and the power dynamics in the house are transformed. The Wolfpack must learn how to integrate into society without disbanding the brotherhood.

    WINNER: Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival

    “SENSATIONAL. It’s doubtful you’ll see a better documentary this year”-Paper Magazine

    "ALTOGETHER FASCINATING. It has been a while since I’ve seen something that demands to be talked about with such urgency."-Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

    "Absolutely fascinating and one of a kind. One of the strongest reminders of the indomitable power of film I have seen." -Jake Howell, Movie City News

    "THRILLING, HEARTBREAKING, CONFOUNDING. It raises questions we’ll be trying to answer for as long as there is art. A TRANSCENDANT WORK OF ART."-David Edelstein, New York

    "GRIPPING. YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PULL YOUR EYES OFF THE SCREEN. Once you've met these kids, you won't forget them - or the film that puts a hypnotic and haunting spin on movie love."-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone 

    • 05 Jul 2015
    • 8:30 PM - 10:00 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     SUN, JULY 05, 8:30p:

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Best of SUNDANCE Film Festival

    (Grand Jury Prize Documentary)

    THE WOLFPACK

    Documentary directed by CRYSTAL MOZELLE/2015/84mins.

    With Bhagavan Angulo Govinda Angulo Narayana Angulo Mukunda Angulo Krisna Angulo Jagadesh Angulo Visnu Angulo Susanne Angulo Oscar Angulo

    Locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the films that they watch. Nicknamed the Wolfpack, the brothers spend their childhood re-enacting their favorite films using elaborate homemade props and costumes. With no friends and living on welfare, they feed their curiosity, creativity, and imagination with film, which allows them to escape from their feelings of isolation and loneliness. Everything changes when one of the brothers escapes, and the power dynamics in the house are transformed. The Wolfpack must learn how to integrate into society without disbanding the brotherhood.

    WINNER: Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival

    “SENSATIONAL. It’s doubtful you’ll see a better documentary this year”-Paper Magazine

    "ALTOGETHER FASCINATING. It has been a while since I’ve seen something that demands to be talked about with such urgency."-Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

    "Absolutely fascinating and one of a kind. One of the strongest reminders of the indomitable power of film I have seen." -Jake Howell, Movie City News

    "THRILLING, HEARTBREAKING, CONFOUNDING. It raises questions we’ll be trying to answer for as long as there is art. A TRANSCENDANT WORK OF ART."-David Edelstein, New York

    "GRIPPING. YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PULL YOUR EYES OFF THE SCREEN. Once you've met these kids, you won't forget them - or the film that puts a hypnotic and haunting spin on movie love."-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone 

    • 08 Jul 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 58

     

     WED, JULY 08, 7p:

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Best of SUNDANCE Film Festival

    (Grand Jury Prize Documentary)

    THE WOLFPACK

    Documentary directed by CRYSTAL MOZELLE/2015/84mins.

    With Bhagavan Angulo Govinda Angulo Narayana Angulo Mukunda Angulo Krisna Angulo Jagadesh Angulo Visnu Angulo Susanne Angulo Oscar Angulo

    Locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the films that they watch. Nicknamed the Wolfpack, the brothers spend their childhood re-enacting their favorite films using elaborate homemade props and costumes. With no friends and living on welfare, they feed their curiosity, creativity, and imagination with film, which allows them to escape from their feelings of isolation and loneliness. Everything changes when one of the brothers escapes, and the power dynamics in the house are transformed. The Wolfpack must learn how to integrate into society without disbanding the brotherhood.

    WINNER: Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival

    “SENSATIONAL. It’s doubtful you’ll see a better documentary this year”-Paper Magazine

    "ALTOGETHER FASCINATING. It has been a while since I’ve seen something that demands to be talked about with such urgency."-Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

    "Absolutely fascinating and one of a kind. One of the strongest reminders of the indomitable power of film I have seen." -Jake Howell, Movie City News

    "THRILLING, HEARTBREAKING, CONFOUNDING. It raises questions we’ll be trying to answer for as long as there is art. A TRANSCENDANT WORK OF ART."-David Edelstein, New York

    "GRIPPING. YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PULL YOUR EYES OFF THE SCREEN. Once you've met these kids, you won't forget them - or the film that puts a hypnotic and haunting spin on movie love."-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone 

    • 08 Jul 2015
    • 8:45 PM - 10:15 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     WED, JULY 08, 8:45p:

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Best of SUNDANCE Film Festival

    (Grand Jury Prize Documentary)

    THE WOLFPACK

    Documentary directed by CRYSTAL MOZELLE/2015/84mins.

    With Bhagavan Angulo Govinda Angulo Narayana Angulo Mukunda Angulo Krisna Angulo Jagadesh Angulo Visnu Angulo Susanne Angulo Oscar Angulo

    Locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the films that they watch. Nicknamed the Wolfpack, the brothers spend their childhood re-enacting their favorite films using elaborate homemade props and costumes. With no friends and living on welfare, they feed their curiosity, creativity, and imagination with film, which allows them to escape from their feelings of isolation and loneliness. Everything changes when one of the brothers escapes, and the power dynamics in the house are transformed. The Wolfpack must learn how to integrate into society without disbanding the brotherhood.

    WINNER: Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival

    “SENSATIONAL. It’s doubtful you’ll see a better documentary this year”-Paper Magazine

    "ALTOGETHER FASCINATING. It has been a while since I’ve seen something that demands to be talked about with such urgency."-Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

    "Absolutely fascinating and one of a kind. One of the strongest reminders of the indomitable power of film I have seen." -Jake Howell, Movie City News

    "THRILLING, HEARTBREAKING, CONFOUNDING. It raises questions we’ll be trying to answer for as long as there is art. A TRANSCENDANT WORK OF ART."-David Edelstein, New York

    "GRIPPING. YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PULL YOUR EYES OFF THE SCREEN. Once you've met these kids, you won't forget them - or the film that puts a hypnotic and haunting spin on movie love."-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone 

    • 09 Jul 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:40 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     THU, JULY 09, 7p:

    Discover the World of ROY ANDERSSON (and don't miss his latest film opening July 31st!)

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

     SONGS FROM THE SECOND FLOOR

    Sånger från andra våningen

    Directed by ROY ANDERSSON/Sweden/2000/98mins.

    With Lars Nordh, Stefan Larsson, Sten Andersson, Luco Vucino

    A film poem inspired by the Peruvian poet César Vallejo. A story about our need for love, our confusion, greatness and smallness and, most of all, our vulnerability. It is a story with many characters, among them a father and his mistress, his youngest son and his girlfriend. It is a film about big lies, abandonment and the eternal longing for companionship and confirmation. (In Swedish with English Subtitles).

    WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Jury Prize

    Guldbagge Awards Best Film, Best Direction,

    Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography

    ★★★★ (Highest Rating!) I love this film because it is completely new, starting from a place no other film has started from, proceeding implacably to demonstrate the logic of its despair, arriving at a place of no hope. One rummages for the names of artists to evoke: Bosch, Tati, Kafka, Beckett, Dali. It is "slapstick Ingmar Bergman," says J. Hoberman in the Village Voice. Yes, and tragic Groucho Marx.”-Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun Times

    • 09 Jul 2015
    • 8:50 PM - 10:20 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    THU, JULY 09, 8:50p:

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Best of SUNDANCE Film Festival

    (Grand Jury Prize Documentary)

    THE WOLFPACK

    Documentary directed by CRYSTAL MOZELLE/2015/84mins.

    With Bhagavan Angulo Govinda Angulo Narayana Angulo Mukunda Angulo Krisna Angulo Jagadesh Angulo Visnu Angulo Susanne Angulo Oscar Angulo

    Locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the films that they watch. Nicknamed the Wolfpack, the brothers spend their childhood re-enacting their favorite films using elaborate homemade props and costumes. With no friends and living on welfare, they feed their curiosity, creativity, and imagination with film, which allows them to escape from their feelings of isolation and loneliness. Everything changes when one of the brothers escapes, and the power dynamics in the house are transformed. The Wolfpack must learn how to integrate into society without disbanding the brotherhood.

    WINNER: Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival

    “SENSATIONAL. It’s doubtful you’ll see a better documentary this year”-Paper Magazine

    "ALTOGETHER FASCINATING. It has been a while since I’ve seen something that demands to be talked about with such urgency."-Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

    "Absolutely fascinating and one of a kind. One of the strongest reminders of the indomitable power of film I have seen." -Jake Howell, Movie City News

    "THRILLING, HEARTBREAKING, CONFOUNDING. It raises questions we’ll be trying to answer for as long as there is art. A TRANSCENDANT WORK OF ART."-David Edelstein, New York

    "GRIPPING. YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PULL YOUR EYES OFF THE SCREEN. Once you've met these kids, you won't forget them - or the film that puts a hypnotic and haunting spin on movie love."-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone 

    • 10 Jul 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     FRI, JULY 10, 7p:

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Best of SUNDANCE Film Festival

    (Grand Jury Prize Documentary)

    THE WOLFPACK

    Documentary directed by CRYSTAL MOZELLE/2015/84mins.

    With Bhagavan Angulo Govinda Angulo Narayana Angulo Mukunda Angulo Krisna Angulo Jagadesh Angulo Visnu Angulo Susanne Angulo Oscar Angulo

    Locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the films that they watch. Nicknamed the Wolfpack, the brothers spend their childhood re-enacting their favorite films using elaborate homemade props and costumes. With no friends and living on welfare, they feed their curiosity, creativity, and imagination with film, which allows them to escape from their feelings of isolation and loneliness. Everything changes when one of the brothers escapes, and the power dynamics in the house are transformed. The Wolfpack must learn how to integrate into society without disbanding the brotherhood.

    WINNER: Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival

    “SENSATIONAL. It’s doubtful you’ll see a better documentary this year”-Paper Magazine

    "ALTOGETHER FASCINATING. It has been a while since I’ve seen something that demands to be talked about with such urgency."-Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

    "Absolutely fascinating and one of a kind. One of the strongest reminders of the indomitable power of film I have seen." -Jake Howell, Movie City News

    "THRILLING, HEARTBREAKING, CONFOUNDING. It raises questions we’ll be trying to answer for as long as there is art. A TRANSCENDANT WORK OF ART."-David Edelstein, New York

    "GRIPPING. YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PULL YOUR EYES OFF THE SCREEN. Once you've met these kids, you won't forget them - or the film that puts a hypnotic and haunting spin on movie love."-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone 

    • 10 Jul 2015
    • 8:45 PM - 10:15 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     FRI, JULY 10, 8:45p:

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Best of SUNDANCE Film Festival

    (Grand Jury Prize Documentary)

    THE WOLFPACK

    Documentary directed by CRYSTAL MOZELLE/2015/84mins.

    With Bhagavan Angulo Govinda Angulo Narayana Angulo Mukunda Angulo Krisna Angulo Jagadesh Angulo Visnu Angulo Susanne Angulo Oscar Angulo

    Locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the films that they watch. Nicknamed the Wolfpack, the brothers spend their childhood re-enacting their favorite films using elaborate homemade props and costumes. With no friends and living on welfare, they feed their curiosity, creativity, and imagination with film, which allows them to escape from their feelings of isolation and loneliness. Everything changes when one of the brothers escapes, and the power dynamics in the house are transformed. The Wolfpack must learn how to integrate into society without disbanding the brotherhood.

    WINNER: Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival

    “SENSATIONAL. It’s doubtful you’ll see a better documentary this year”-Paper Magazine

    "ALTOGETHER FASCINATING. It has been a while since I’ve seen something that demands to be talked about with such urgency."-Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

    "Absolutely fascinating and one of a kind. One of the strongest reminders of the indomitable power of film I have seen." -Jake Howell, Movie City News

    "THRILLING, HEARTBREAKING, CONFOUNDING. It raises questions we’ll be trying to answer for as long as there is art. A TRANSCENDANT WORK OF ART."-David Edelstein, New York

    "GRIPPING. YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PULL YOUR EYES OFF THE SCREEN. Once you've met these kids, you won't forget them - or the film that puts a hypnotic and haunting spin on movie love."-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone 

    • 11 Jul 2015
    • 4:00 PM - 6:50 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SAT, JULY 11, 4p:

    "Cinephile's Choice"

    Florida Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Over Twenty Years in the Making!

    HARD TO BE A GOD

    Directed by ALEKSEI GERMAN/Russia/2013-15/170mins.

    With Leonid Yarmolnik, Aleksandr Chutko, Yuriy Tsurilo, Natalya Moteva

    When legendary Russian auteur Aleksei German died in 2013, he left behind this extraordinary final film, a phantasmagoric adaptation of the revered sci-fi novel by the Strugatsky brothers (authors of the source novel for Tarkovsky's STALKER). HARD TO BE A GOD began percolating in German's consciousness in the mid-1960s, and would actively consume him for the last 15 years of his life. Happily, he brought the film close enough to completion for his wife and son to apply the finishing touches immediately after his passing. Taking place on the planet Arkanar, which is in the midst of its own Middle Ages, the film focuses on Don Rumata, one of a group of earth scientists who have been sent to Arkanar with the proviso that they must not interfere in the planet's political or historical development. Treated by the planet's natives as a kind of divinity, Don Rumata is both godlike and impotent in the face of its chaos and brutality. (In Russian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: CannesFilm Festival

    WINNER: Nika Awards Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor,

    Best Production Design, Best Costume Design, Best Cinematography

    Russian Guild of Critics Best Production Design, Best Costume Design

     

    ★★★★ (Highest Rating!) A fantastical examination of man's inhumanity to man, and as replete as it is with persistent visceral disgust, it also pulses with intelligence, a mordant compassion, and yes, incredible wit.”-Glenn Kenny, Roger Ebert.com

    “A MASTERPIECE”-Calum Marsh, Village Voice

    “BEAUTIFUL, BRILLIANT, AND LIKE A MESSAGE FROM A DIFFERENT TIME”-Cinemascope Magazine

    ★★★★ (Highest Rating!) Aleksei German's final film is choreographed with a Felliniesque social grandeur, but tethered to a neorealist's eye for detail and quotidian matters of social justice.”-Slant Magazine

    • 11 Jul 2015
    • 7:10 PM - 8:40 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     SAT, JULY 11, 7:10p:

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Best of SUNDANCE Film Festival

    (Grand Jury Prize Documentary)

    THE WOLFPACK

    Documentary directed by CRYSTAL MOZELLE/2015/84mins.

    With Bhagavan Angulo Govinda Angulo Narayana Angulo Mukunda Angulo Krisna Angulo Jagadesh Angulo Visnu Angulo Susanne Angulo Oscar Angulo

    Locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the films that they watch. Nicknamed the Wolfpack, the brothers spend their childhood re-enacting their favorite films using elaborate homemade props and costumes. With no friends and living on welfare, they feed their curiosity, creativity, and imagination with film, which allows them to escape from their feelings of isolation and loneliness. Everything changes when one of the brothers escapes, and the power dynamics in the house are transformed. The Wolfpack must learn how to integrate into society without disbanding the brotherhood.

    WINNER: Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival

    “SENSATIONAL. It’s doubtful you’ll see a better documentary this year”-Paper Magazine

    "ALTOGETHER FASCINATING. It has been a while since I’ve seen something that demands to be talked about with such urgency."-Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

    "Absolutely fascinating and one of a kind. One of the strongest reminders of the indomitable power of film I have seen." -Jake Howell, Movie City News

    "THRILLING, HEARTBREAKING, CONFOUNDING. It raises questions we’ll be trying to answer for as long as there is art. A TRANSCENDANT WORK OF ART."-David Edelstein, New York

    "GRIPPING. YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PULL YOUR EYES OFF THE SCREEN. Once you've met these kids, you won't forget them - or the film that puts a hypnotic and haunting spin on movie love."-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone 

    • 11 Jul 2015
    • 9:00 PM - 10:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     SAT, JULY 11, 9p:

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Best of SUNDANCE Film Festival

    (Grand Jury Prize Documentary)

    THE WOLFPACK

    Documentary directed by CRYSTAL MOZELLE/2015/84mins.

    With Bhagavan Angulo Govinda Angulo Narayana Angulo Mukunda Angulo Krisna Angulo Jagadesh Angulo Visnu Angulo Susanne Angulo Oscar Angulo

    Locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the films that they watch. Nicknamed the Wolfpack, the brothers spend their childhood re-enacting their favorite films using elaborate homemade props and costumes. With no friends and living on welfare, they feed their curiosity, creativity, and imagination with film, which allows them to escape from their feelings of isolation and loneliness. Everything changes when one of the brothers escapes, and the power dynamics in the house are transformed. The Wolfpack must learn how to integrate into society without disbanding the brotherhood.

    WINNER: Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival

    “SENSATIONAL. It’s doubtful you’ll see a better documentary this year”-Paper Magazine

    "ALTOGETHER FASCINATING. It has been a while since I’ve seen something that demands to be talked about with such urgency."-Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

    "Absolutely fascinating and one of a kind. One of the strongest reminders of the indomitable power of film I have seen." -Jake Howell, Movie City News

    "THRILLING, HEARTBREAKING, CONFOUNDING. It raises questions we’ll be trying to answer for as long as there is art. A TRANSCENDANT WORK OF ART."-David Edelstein, New York

    "GRIPPING. YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PULL YOUR EYES OFF THE SCREEN. Once you've met these kids, you won't forget them - or the film that puts a hypnotic and haunting spin on movie love."-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone 

    • 12 Jul 2015
    • 4:00 PM - 6:50 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SUN, JULY 12, 4p:

    "Cinephile's Choice"

    Florida Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Over Twenty Years in the Making!

    HARD TO BE A GOD

    Directed by ALEKSEI GERMAN/Russia/2013-15/170mins.

    With Leonid Yarmolnik, Aleksandr Chutko, Yuriy Tsurilo, Natalya Moteva

    When legendary Russian auteur Aleksei German died in 2013, he left behind this extraordinary final film, a phantasmagoric adaptation of the revered sci-fi novel by the Strugatsky brothers (authors of the source novel for Tarkovsky's STALKER). HARD TO BE A GOD began percolating in German's consciousness in the mid-1960s, and would actively consume him for the last 15 years of his life. Happily, he brought the film close enough to completion for his wife and son to apply the finishing touches immediately after his passing. Taking place on the planet Arkanar, which is in the midst of its own Middle Ages, the film focuses on Don Rumata, one of a group of earth scientists who have been sent to Arkanar with the proviso that they must not interfere in the planet's political or historical development. Treated by the planet's natives as a kind of divinity, Don Rumata is both godlike and impotent in the face of its chaos and brutality. (In Russian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: CannesFilm Festival

    WINNER: Nika Awards Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor,

    Best Production Design, Best Costume Design, Best Cinematography

    Russian Guild of Critics Best Production Design, Best Costume Design

     

    ★★★★ (Highest Rating!) A fantastical examination of man's inhumanity to man, and as replete as it is with persistent visceral disgust, it also pulses with intelligence, a mordant compassion, and yes, incredible wit.”-Glenn Kenny, Roger Ebert.com

    “A MASTERPIECE”-Calum Marsh, Village Voice

    “BEAUTIFUL, BRILLIANT, AND LIKE A MESSAGE FROM A DIFFERENT TIME”-Cinemascope Magazine

    ★★★★ (Highest Rating!) Aleksei German's final film is choreographed with a Felliniesque social grandeur, but tethered to a neorealist's eye for detail and quotidian matters of social justice.”-Slant Magazine

    • 12 Jul 2015
    • 7:10 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SUN, JULY 12, 7:10p:

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Best of SUNDANCE Film Festival

    (Grand Jury Prize Documentary)

    THE WOLFPACK

    Documentary directed by CRYSTAL MOZELLE/2015/84mins.

    With Bhagavan Angulo Govinda Angulo Narayana Angulo Mukunda Angulo Krisna Angulo Jagadesh Angulo Visnu Angulo Susanne Angulo Oscar Angulo

    Locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the films that they watch. Nicknamed the Wolfpack, the brothers spend their childhood re-enacting their favorite films using elaborate homemade props and costumes. With no friends and living on welfare, they feed their curiosity, creativity, and imagination with film, which allows them to escape from their feelings of isolation and loneliness. Everything changes when one of the brothers escapes, and the power dynamics in the house are transformed. The Wolfpack must learn how to integrate into society without disbanding the brotherhood.

    WINNER: Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival

    “SENSATIONAL. It’s doubtful you’ll see a better documentary this year”-Paper Magazine

    "ALTOGETHER FASCINATING. It has been a while since I’ve seen something that demands to be talked about with such urgency."-Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

    "Absolutely fascinating and one of a kind. One of the strongest reminders of the indomitable power of film I have seen." -Jake Howell, Movie City News

    "THRILLING, HEARTBREAKING, CONFOUNDING. It raises questions we’ll be trying to answer for as long as there is art. A TRANSCENDANT WORK OF ART."-David Edelstein, New York

    "GRIPPING. YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PULL YOUR EYES OFF THE SCREEN. Once you've met these kids, you won't forget them - or the film that puts a hypnotic and haunting spin on movie love."-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone 

    • 12 Jul 2015
    • 8:50 PM - 10:25 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SUN, JULY 12, 8:50p:

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Best of SUNDANCE Film Festival

    (Grand Jury Prize Documentary)

    THE WOLFPACK

    Documentary directed by CRYSTAL MOZELLE/2015/84mins.

    With Bhagavan Angulo Govinda Angulo Narayana Angulo Mukunda Angulo Krisna Angulo Jagadesh Angulo Visnu Angulo Susanne Angulo Oscar Angulo

    Locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the films that they watch. Nicknamed the Wolfpack, the brothers spend their childhood re-enacting their favorite films using elaborate homemade props and costumes. With no friends and living on welfare, they feed their curiosity, creativity, and imagination with film, which allows them to escape from their feelings of isolation and loneliness. Everything changes when one of the brothers escapes, and the power dynamics in the house are transformed. The Wolfpack must learn how to integrate into society without disbanding the brotherhood.

    WINNER: Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival

    “SENSATIONAL. It’s doubtful you’ll see a better documentary this year”-Paper Magazine

    "ALTOGETHER FASCINATING. It has been a while since I’ve seen something that demands to be talked about with such urgency."-Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

    "Absolutely fascinating and one of a kind. One of the strongest reminders of the indomitable power of film I have seen." -Jake Howell, Movie City News

    "THRILLING, HEARTBREAKING, CONFOUNDING. It raises questions we’ll be trying to answer for as long as there is art. A TRANSCENDANT WORK OF ART."-David Edelstein, New York

    "GRIPPING. YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PULL YOUR EYES OFF THE SCREEN. Once you've met these kids, you won't forget them - or the film that puts a hypnotic and haunting spin on movie love."-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone 

    • 15 Jul 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 9:50 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    WED, JULY 15, 7p:

    "Cinephile's Choice"

    Florida Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Over Twenty Years in the Making!

    HARD TO BE A GOD

    Directed by ALEKSEI GERMAN/Russia/2013-15/170mins.

    With Leonid Yarmolnik, Aleksandr Chutko, Yuriy Tsurilo, Natalya Moteva

    When legendary Russian auteur Aleksei German died in 2013, he left behind this extraordinary final film, a phantasmagoric adaptation of the revered sci-fi novel by the Strugatsky brothers (authors of the source novel for Tarkovsky's STALKER). HARD TO BE A GOD began percolating in German's consciousness in the mid-1960s, and would actively consume him for the last 15 years of his life. Happily, he brought the film close enough to completion for his wife and son to apply the finishing touches immediately after his passing. Taking place on the planet Arkanar, which is in the midst of its own Middle Ages, the film focuses on Don Rumata, one of a group of earth scientists who have been sent to Arkanar with the proviso that they must not interfere in the planet's political or historical development. Treated by the planet's natives as a kind of divinity, Don Rumata is both godlike and impotent in the face of its chaos and brutality. (In Russian with English subtitles)

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: CannesFilm Festival

    WINNER: Nika Awards Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor,

    Best Production Design, Best Costume Design, Best Cinematography

    Russian Guild of Critics Best Production Design, Best Costume Design

     

    ★★★★ (Highest Rating!) A fantastical examination of man's inhumanity to man, and as replete as it is with persistent visceral disgust, it also pulses with intelligence, a mordant compassion, and yes, incredible wit.”-Glenn Kenny, Roger Ebert.com

    “A MASTERPIECE”-Calum Marsh, Village Voice

    “BEAUTIFUL, BRILLIANT, AND LIKE A MESSAGE FROM A DIFFERENT TIME”-Cinemascope Magazine

    ★★★★ (Highest Rating!) Aleksei German's final film is choreographed with a Felliniesque social grandeur, but tethered to a neorealist's eye for detail and quotidian matters of social justice.”-Slant Magazine

    • 16 Jul 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    THU, JULY 16, 7p:

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Best of SUNDANCE Film Festival

    (Grand Jury Prize Documentary)

    THE WOLFPACK

    Documentary directed by CRYSTAL MOZELLE/2015/84mins.

    With Bhagavan Angulo Govinda Angulo Narayana Angulo Mukunda Angulo Krisna Angulo Jagadesh Angulo Visnu Angulo Susanne Angulo Oscar Angulo

    Locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the films that they watch. Nicknamed the Wolfpack, the brothers spend their childhood re-enacting their favorite films using elaborate homemade props and costumes. With no friends and living on welfare, they feed their curiosity, creativity, and imagination with film, which allows them to escape from their feelings of isolation and loneliness. Everything changes when one of the brothers escapes, and the power dynamics in the house are transformed. The Wolfpack must learn how to integrate into society without disbanding the brotherhood.

    WINNER: Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival

    “SENSATIONAL. It’s doubtful you’ll see a better documentary this year”-Paper Magazine

    "ALTOGETHER FASCINATING. It has been a while since I’ve seen something that demands to be talked about with such urgency."-Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

    "Absolutely fascinating and one of a kind. One of the strongest reminders of the indomitable power of film I have seen." -Jake Howell, Movie City News

    "THRILLING, HEARTBREAKING, CONFOUNDING. It raises questions we’ll be trying to answer for as long as there is art. A TRANSCENDANT WORK OF ART."-David Edelstein, New York

    "GRIPPING. YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PULL YOUR EYES OFF THE SCREEN. Once you've met these kids, you won't forget them - or the film that puts a hypnotic and haunting spin on movie love."-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone 

    • 16 Jul 2015
    • 8:45 PM - 10:15 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    THU, JULY 16, 8:45p:

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    Best of SUNDANCE Film Festival

    (Grand Jury Prize Documentary)

    THE WOLFPACK

    Documentary directed by CRYSTAL MOZELLE/2015/84mins.

    With Bhagavan Angulo Govinda Angulo Narayana Angulo Mukunda Angulo Krisna Angulo Jagadesh Angulo Visnu Angulo Susanne Angulo Oscar Angulo

    Locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the films that they watch. Nicknamed the Wolfpack, the brothers spend their childhood re-enacting their favorite films using elaborate homemade props and costumes. With no friends and living on welfare, they feed their curiosity, creativity, and imagination with film, which allows them to escape from their feelings of isolation and loneliness. Everything changes when one of the brothers escapes, and the power dynamics in the house are transformed. The Wolfpack must learn how to integrate into society without disbanding the brotherhood.

    WINNER: Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival

    “SENSATIONAL. It’s doubtful you’ll see a better documentary this year”-Paper Magazine

    "ALTOGETHER FASCINATING. It has been a while since I’ve seen something that demands to be talked about with such urgency."-Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian

    "Absolutely fascinating and one of a kind. One of the strongest reminders of the indomitable power of film I have seen." -Jake Howell, Movie City News

    "THRILLING, HEARTBREAKING, CONFOUNDING. It raises questions we’ll be trying to answer for as long as there is art. A TRANSCENDANT WORK OF ART."-David Edelstein, New York

    "GRIPPING. YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PULL YOUR EYES OFF THE SCREEN. Once you've met these kids, you won't forget them - or the film that puts a hypnotic and haunting spin on movie love."-Peter Travers, Rolling Stone 

    • 17 Jul 2015
    • 6:45 PM - 8:50 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    FRI, JULY 17, 6:45p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement

    Of the new 4K Restoration!

    THE APU TRILOGY I:

    PATHER PANCHALI

    Song of the Little Road

    Directed by SATYAJIT RAY/India/1955/125mins.

    With Kanu Banerjee, Karuna Banerjee,

    Subir Banerjee Durga, Uma Das Gupta

         

    The release in 1955 of Satyajit Ray’s debut, Pather Panchali, introduced to the world an eloquent and important new cinematic voice. A depiction of rural Bengali life in a style inspired by Italian neorealism, this naturalistic but poetic evocation of a number of years in the life of a family introduces us to both little Apu and, just as essentially, the women who will help shape him: his independent older sister, Durga; his harried mother, Sarbajaya, who, with her husband often away, must hold the family together; and his kindly and mischievous elderly “auntie,“ Indir—vivid, multifaceted characters all. With resplendent photography informed by its young protagonist’s perpetual sense of discovery, the Cannes-awarded Pather Panchali is an immersive cinematic experience and a film of elemental power.

    (In Bengali with English subtitles)   

    Best Human Document, Cannes Film Festival, 1956
    Best foreign film, National Board of Review, 1957
    Best picture, best director, San Francisco International Film Fest, 1957

    • 17 Jul 2015
    • 9:00 PM - 11:05 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    FRI, JULY 17, 9p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement

    Of the new 4K Restoration!

    THE APU TRILOGY I:

    PATHER PANCHALI

    Song of the Little Road

    Directed by SATYAJIT RAY/India/1955/125mins.

    With Kanu Banerjee, Karuna Banerjee,

    Subir Banerjee Durga, Uma Das Gupta

         

    The release in 1955 of Satyajit Ray’s debut, Pather Panchali, introduced to the world an eloquent and important new cinematic voice. A depiction of rural Bengali life in a style inspired by Italian neorealism, this naturalistic but poetic evocation of a number of years in the life of a family introduces us to both little Apu and, just as essentially, the women who will help shape him: his independent older sister, Durga; his harried mother, Sarbajaya, who, with her husband often away, must hold the family together; and his kindly and mischievous elderly “auntie,“ Indir—vivid, multifaceted characters all. With resplendent photography informed by its young protagonist’s perpetual sense of discovery, the Cannes-awarded Pather Panchali is an immersive cinematic experience and a film of elemental power.

    (In Bengali with English subtitles)   

    Best Human Document, Cannes Film Festival, 1956
    Best foreign film, National Board of Review, 1957
    Best picture, best director, San Francisco International Film Fest, 1957

    • 18 Jul 2015
    • 2:00 PM - 4:05 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SAT, JULY 18, 2p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement

    Of the new 4K Restoration!

    THE APU TRILOGY I:

    PATHER PANCHALI

    Song of the Little Road

    Directed by SATYAJIT RAY/India/1955/125mins.

    With Kanu Banerjee, Karuna Banerjee,

    Subir Banerjee Durga, Uma Das Gupta

         

    The release in 1955 of Satyajit Ray’s debut, Pather Panchali, introduced to the world an eloquent and important new cinematic voice. A depiction of rural Bengali life in a style inspired by Italian neorealism, this naturalistic but poetic evocation of a number of years in the life of a family introduces us to both little Apu and, just as essentially, the women who will help shape him: his independent older sister, Durga; his harried mother, Sarbajaya, who, with her husband often away, must hold the family together; and his kindly and mischievous elderly “auntie,“ Indir—vivid, multifaceted characters all. With resplendent photography informed by its young protagonist’s perpetual sense of discovery, the Cannes-awarded Pather Panchali is an immersive cinematic experience and a film of elemental power.

    (In Bengali with English subtitles)   

    Best Human Document, Cannes Film Festival, 1956
    Best foreign film, National Board of Review, 1957
    Best picture, best director, San Francisco International Film Fest, 1957

    • 18 Jul 2015
    • 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SAT, JULY 18, 4:30p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement

    Of the new 4K Restoration!

    THE APU TRILOGY II:

    APARAJITO

    The Unvanquished

    Directed by SATYAJIT RAY/India/1956/109mins.

    With Kanu Banerjee, Karuna Banerjee, Smaran Ghosal, Pinaki Sengupta

        

    Satyajit Ray had not planned to make a sequel to Pather Panchali, but after the film’s international success, he decided to continue Apu’s narrative. Aparajito picks up where the first film leaves off, with Apu and his family having moved away from the country to live in the bustling holy city of Varanasi (then known as Benares). As Apu progresses from wide-eyed child to intellectually curious teenager, eventually studying in Kolkata, we witness his academic and moral education, as well as the growing complexity of his relationship with his mother. This tenderly expressive, often heart-wrenching film, which won three top prizes at the Venice Film Festival, including the Golden Lion, not only extends but also spiritually deepens the tale of Apu. (In Bengali with English subtitles)

    Golden Lion, Venice Film Festival, 1957
    FIPRESCI Prize, Venice Film Festival, 1957
    New Cinema Award, Venice Film Festival, 1957
    Best director, San Francisco International Film Festival, 1958

     

    • 18 Jul 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:45 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SAT, JULY 18, 7p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement

    Of the new 4K Restoration!

     THE APU TRILOGY III:   

    APUR SANSAR

    The World of Apu

    Directed by SATYAJIT RAY/India/1959/105mins.

    With Soumitra Chatterjee, Sharmila Tagore, Alok Chakraborty

        

    By the time Apur Sansar was released, Satyajit Ray had directed not only the first two Apu films but also the masterpiece The Music Room, and was well on his way to becoming a legend. This extraordinary final chapter brings our protagonist’s journey full circle. Apu is now in his early twenties, out of college, and hoping to live as a writer. Alongside his professional ambitions, the film charts his romantic awakening, which occurs as the result of a most unlikely turn of events, and his eventual, fraught fatherhood. Featuring soon to be Ray regulars Soumitra Chatterjee and Sharmila Tagore in star-making performances, and demonstrating Ray’s ever-more-impressive skills as a crafter of pure cinematic imagery, Apur Sansar is a breathtaking conclusion to this monumental trilogy. (Bengali with English subtitles)

    Best foreign film, National Board of Review, 1959
    Sutherland Trophy, British Film Institute Awards, 1959

    • 18 Jul 2015
    • 8:50 PM - 10:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SAT, JULY 18, 8:50p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement

    Of the new 4K Restoration!

    THE APU TRILOGY II:

    APARAJITO

    The Unvanquished

    Directed by SATYAJIT RAY/India/1956/109mins.

    With Kanu Banerjee, Karuna Banerjee, Smaran Ghosal, Pinaki Sengupta

        

    Satyajit Ray had not planned to make a sequel to Pather Panchali, but after the film’s international success, he decided to continue Apu’s narrative. Aparajito picks up where the first film leaves off, with Apu and his family having moved away from the country to live in the bustling holy city of Varanasi (then known as Benares). As Apu progresses from wide-eyed child to intellectually curious teenager, eventually studying in Kolkata, we witness his academic and moral education, as well as the growing complexity of his relationship with his mother. This tenderly expressive, often heart-wrenching film, which won three top prizes at the Venice Film Festival, including the Golden Lion, not only extends but also spiritually deepens the tale of Apu. (In Bengali with English subtitles)

    Golden Lion, Venice Film Festival, 1957
    FIPRESCI Prize, Venice Film Festival, 1957
    New Cinema Award, Venice Film Festival, 1957
    Best director, San Francisco International Film Festival, 1958

     

    • 19 Jul 2015
    • 3:00 PM - 5:05 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SUN, JULY 19, 3p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement

    Of the new 4K Restoration!

    THE APU TRILOGY I:

    PATHER PANCHALI

    Song of the Little Road

    Directed by SATYAJIT RAY/India/1955/125mins.

    With Kanu Banerjee, Karuna Banerjee,

    Subir Banerjee Durga, Uma Das Gupta

         

    The release in 1955 of Satyajit Ray’s debut, Pather Panchali, introduced to the world an eloquent and important new cinematic voice. A depiction of rural Bengali life in a style inspired by Italian neorealism, this naturalistic but poetic evocation of a number of years in the life of a family introduces us to both little Apu and, just as essentially, the women who will help shape him: his independent older sister, Durga; his harried mother, Sarbajaya, who, with her husband often away, must hold the family together; and his kindly and mischievous elderly “auntie,“ Indir—vivid, multifaceted characters all. With resplendent photography informed by its young protagonist’s perpetual sense of discovery, the Cannes-awarded Pather Panchali is an immersive cinematic experience and a film of elemental power.

    (In Bengali with English subtitles)   

    Best Human Document, Cannes Film Festival, 1956
    Best foreign film, National Board of Review, 1957
    Best picture, best director, San Francisco International Film Fest, 1957

    • 19 Jul 2015
    • 5:30 PM - 7:15 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SUN, JULY 19, 5:30p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement

    Of the new 4K Restoration!

    THE APU TRILOGY II:

    APARAJITO

    The Unvanquished

    Directed by SATYAJIT RAY/India/1956/109mins.

    With Kanu Banerjee, Karuna Banerjee, Smaran Ghosal, Pinaki Sengupta

        

    Satyajit Ray had not planned to make a sequel to Pather Panchali, but after the film’s international success, he decided to continue Apu’s narrative. Aparajito picks up where the first film leaves off, with Apu and his family having moved away from the country to live in the bustling holy city of Varanasi (then known as Benares). As Apu progresses from wide-eyed child to intellectually curious teenager, eventually studying in Kolkata, we witness his academic and moral education, as well as the growing complexity of his relationship with his mother. This tenderly expressive, often heart-wrenching film, which won three top prizes at the Venice Film Festival, including the Golden Lion, not only extends but also spiritually deepens the tale of Apu. (In Bengali with English subtitles)

    Golden Lion, Venice Film Festival, 1957
    FIPRESCI Prize, Venice Film Festival, 1957
    New Cinema Award, Venice Film Festival, 1957
    Best director, San Francisco International Film Festival, 1958

     

    • 19 Jul 2015
    • 7:45 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SUN, JULY 19, 7:45p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement

    Of the new 4K Restoration!

     THE APU TRILOGY III:   

    APUR SANSAR

    The World of Apu

    Directed by SATYAJIT RAY/India/1959/105mins.

    With Soumitra Chatterjee, Sharmila Tagore, Alok Chakraborty

        

    By the time Apur Sansar was released, Satyajit Ray had directed not only the first two Apu films but also the masterpiece The Music Room, and was well on his way to becoming a legend. This extraordinary final chapter brings our protagonist’s journey full circle. Apu is now in his early twenties, out of college, and hoping to live as a writer. Alongside his professional ambitions, the film charts his romantic awakening, which occurs as the result of a most unlikely turn of events, and his eventual, fraught fatherhood. Featuring soon to be Ray regulars Soumitra Chatterjee and Sharmila Tagore in star-making performances, and demonstrating Ray’s ever-more-impressive skills as a crafter of pure cinematic imagery, Apur Sansar is a breathtaking conclusion to this monumental trilogy. (Bengali with English subtitles)

    Best foreign film, National Board of Review, 1959
    Sutherland Trophy, British Film Institute Awards, 1959

    • 21 Jul 2015
    • 6:45 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    TUE, JULY 21, 6:45p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement

    Of the new 4K Restoration!

    THE APU TRILOGY II:

    APARAJITO

    The Unvanquished

    Directed by SATYAJIT RAY/India/1956/109mins.

    With Kanu Banerjee, Karuna Banerjee, Smaran Ghosal, Pinaki Sengupta

        

    Satyajit Ray had not planned to make a sequel to Pather Panchali, but after the film’s international success, he decided to continue Apu’s narrative. Aparajito picks up where the first film leaves off, with Apu and his family having moved away from the country to live in the bustling holy city of Varanasi (then known as Benares). As Apu progresses from wide-eyed child to intellectually curious teenager, eventually studying in Kolkata, we witness his academic and moral education, as well as the growing complexity of his relationship with his mother. This tenderly expressive, often heart-wrenching film, which won three top prizes at the Venice Film Festival, including the Golden Lion, not only extends but also spiritually deepens the tale of Apu. (In Bengali with English subtitles)

    Golden Lion, Venice Film Festival, 1957
    FIPRESCI Prize, Venice Film Festival, 1957
    New Cinema Award, Venice Film Festival, 1957
    Best director, San Francisco International Film Festival, 1958

     

    • 21 Jul 2015
    • 8:45 PM - 10:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    TUE, JULY 21, 8:45p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement

    Of the new 4K Restoration!

     THE APU TRILOGY III:   

    APUR SANSAR

    The World of Apu

    Directed by SATYAJIT RAY/India/1959/105mins.

    With Soumitra Chatterjee, Sharmila Tagore, Alok Chakraborty

        

    By the time Apur Sansar was released, Satyajit Ray had directed not only the first two Apu films but also the masterpiece The Music Room, and was well on his way to becoming a legend. This extraordinary final chapter brings our protagonist’s journey full circle. Apu is now in his early twenties, out of college, and hoping to live as a writer. Alongside his professional ambitions, the film charts his romantic awakening, which occurs as the result of a most unlikely turn of events, and his eventual, fraught fatherhood. Featuring soon to be Ray regulars Soumitra Chatterjee and Sharmila Tagore in star-making performances, and demonstrating Ray’s ever-more-impressive skills as a crafter of pure cinematic imagery, Apur Sansar is a breathtaking conclusion to this monumental trilogy. (Bengali with English subtitles)

    Best foreign film, National Board of Review, 1959
    Sutherland Trophy, British Film Institute Awards, 1959

    • 22 Jul 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     WED, JULY 22, 7p:

    Discover the World of ROY ANDERSSON (and don't miss his latest film opening July 31st!)

    Miami Exclusive Premiere Engagement!

    YOU, THE LIVING

    (Du levande)

    Directed by ROY ANDERSSON/Sweden/2007/95mins.

    With Elisabeth Helander, Jorgen Nohall, Jan Wikbladh, Bjorn Englund

    You, The Living is about the human being, about her greatness and her miserableness, her joy and sorrow, her self-confidence and anxiety. A being at whom we want to laugh and also cry for. It is simply a tragic comedy or a comic tragedy about us. - Roy Andersson (Director) (In Swedish with English Subtitles).

    OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cannes Film Festival

    Chicago Film Festival Best Director

    Fantosporto Best Director

    Guldbagge Awards Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay

    Neuchatel Fantasy Film Festival Best Film, Titra Award

    Sna Francisco Film Critics Circle Best Foreign Film

    “Monty Python meets Ingmar Bergman. Melancholy, hilarious,

    and utterly unique!”-Uncut

    ★★★★ (Highest Rating!) A film like no-one else has ever made...There’s joy in watching a movie like “You, the Living.” It is flawless in what it does, and we have no idea what that is. It’s in sympathy with its characters. It shares their sorrow, and yet is amused that each thinks his suffering is unique.”-Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun Times

     

    • 22 Jul 2015
    • 8:50 PM - 10:40 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    WED, JULY 22, 8:50p:

    Miami Beach Premiere Engagement

    Of the new 4K Restoration!

     THE APU TRILOGY III:   

    APUR SANSAR

    The World of Apu

    Directed by SATYAJIT RAY/India/1959/105mins.

    With Soumitra Chatterjee, Sharmila Tagore, Alok Chakraborty

        

    By the time Apur Sansar was released, Satyajit Ray had directed not only the first two Apu films but also the masterpiece The Music Room, and was well on his way to becoming a legend. This extraordinary final chapter brings our protagonist’s journey full circle. Apu is now in his early twenties, out of college, and hoping to live as a writer. Alongside his professional ambitions, the film charts his romantic awakening, which occurs as the result of a most unlikely turn of events, and his eventual, fraught fatherhood. Featuring soon to be Ray regulars Soumitra Chatterjee and Sharmila Tagore in star-making performances, and demonstrating Ray’s ever-more-impressive skills as a crafter of pure cinematic imagery, Apur Sansar is a breathtaking conclusion to this monumental trilogy. (Bengali with English subtitles)

    Best foreign film, National Board of Review, 1959
    Sutherland Trophy, British Film Institute Awards, 1959

    • 23 Jul 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 9:15 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     THU, JULY 23, 7p:

    "Best of Cannes

    (Critic’s Week Grand Prize)

    Exclusive Florida PREVIEW Screening!

    (The engagement starts July 24!)

    THE TRIBE

    Directed by MYROSLAV SLABOSHPYTSKIY/Ukraine/2014/132mins.

    With Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova, Rosa Babiy

    Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukranian high school for the Deaf. The Tribe unfolds through the non-verbal acting and sign language from a cast of deaf, non-professional actors—with no need for subtitles or voice over––resulting in a unique, never-before-experienced cinematic event that engages the audience on a new sensory level. Teenage Sergey (Grigoriy Fesenko), a new student at the boarding school, realizes immediately that he must prove himself worthy to be brought under the protective wing of the school gang's leader to survive unscathed. After an indoctrination of harmless initiation pranks and rites, Sergey's new-found clique soon introduces him to their common activities of robbery, bribery and prostitution. At first assimilating seamlessly into his new role in the tribe, he finds himself compromised as he begins to fall in love with his female classmate—and one of the gang's escorts—triggering a sequence of stunningly diabolical events.

    (In sign language without subtitles)

    WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Critic’s Week Grand Prize,

    France 4 Visionary Award, Gan Award for Distribution

    European Film Awards European Discovery of the Year

    Fantastic Fest Best Director

    Ghent International Film Festival Best Film

    International Cinephile Awards Best Film Not Distributed in 2014

    Thessaloniki Film Festival Best Director

    São Paulo International Film Festival Best Screenplay

    THREE EXAMPLE 100 METACRITIC REVIEWS:

    “The impact this has on the viewer is remarkable. By about twenty minutes into the film, I found myself "hearing" dialogue as each new scene unfolded. I don't remotely pretend to understand sign language, but the performances, the direction, and the energy of the film manage to communicate clearly everything that is being felt and shared. It's amazing the way it works, and there are so many moments in the film that are remarkable not only for the drama of what we're watching, but for the almost alien quality of what we're looking at.”-HitFix

    “..this deeply compelling debut feature from director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy utterly defies mockery with the seriousness of its subject matter and the intelligence of its execution. And it duly won awards, three in fact: the Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize, the Visionary Award and a Distribution Support Endowment Prize, this last especially good news, we have to think, because despite the difficulty of its themes and the unfriendliness of its comedy-gold logline, this is a film that deserves the biggest arthouse audience possible.”-The Playlist

    “But Slaboshpytskiy’s film is finally most remarkable for the way it strips its characters to their raw, ferocious essence, while still allowing them to fully retain their distinctiveness as individuals. Operating well beyond the fringes of respectable society, these young men and women may well be the pawns and agents of a cruelly exploitative system, but they still come across as thinking, feeling human beings, each one desperately trying to assert his or her own place in a ruthless ruling order. To that end, these untrained actors perform with an intense, abrasive physicality that’s almost frightening in its eloquence; dialogue has rarely seemed more superfluous, as every gesture feels charged with attitude and emotion. The purity of expression Slaboshpytskiy achieves here may well take some viewers back to the silent era, but in finding its own bold cinematic language, “The Tribe” feels like something unmistakably, radically new.”-Variety
       

    • 23 Jul 2015
    • 9:30 PM - 11:45 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    THU, JULY 23, 9:30p:

    "Best of Cannes

    (Critic’s Week Grand Prize)

    Exclusive Florida PREVIEW Screening!

    (The engagement starts July 24!)

    THE TRIBE

    Directed by MYROSLAV SLABOSHPYTSKIY/Ukraine/2014/132mins.

    With Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova, Rosa Babiy

    Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukranian high school for the Deaf. The Tribe unfolds through the non-verbal acting and sign language from a cast of deaf, non-professional actors—with no need for subtitles or voice over––resulting in a unique, never-before-experienced cinematic event that engages the audience on a new sensory level. Teenage Sergey (Grigoriy Fesenko), a new student at the boarding school, realizes immediately that he must prove himself worthy to be brought under the protective wing of the school gang's leader to survive unscathed. After an indoctrination of harmless initiation pranks and rites, Sergey's new-found clique soon introduces him to their common activities of robbery, bribery and prostitution. At first assimilating seamlessly into his new role in the tribe, he finds himself compromised as he begins to fall in love with his female classmate—and one of the gang's escorts—triggering a sequence of stunningly diabolical events.

    (In sign language without subtitles)

    WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Critic’s Week Grand Prize,

    France 4 Visionary Award, Gan Award for Distribution

    European Film Awards European Discovery of the Year

    Fantastic Fest Best Director

    Ghent International Film Festival Best Film

    International Cinephile Awards Best Film Not Distributed in 2014

    Thessaloniki Film Festival Best Director

    São Paulo International Film Festival Best Screenplay

    THREE EXAMPLE 100 METACRITIC REVIEWS:

    “The impact this has on the viewer is remarkable. By about twenty minutes into the film, I found myself "hearing" dialogue as each new scene unfolded. I don't remotely pretend to understand sign language, but the performances, the direction, and the energy of the film manage to communicate clearly everything that is being felt and shared. It's amazing the way it works, and there are so many moments in the film that are remarkable not only for the drama of what we're watching, but for the almost alien quality of what we're looking at.”-HitFix

    “..this deeply compelling debut feature from director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy utterly defies mockery with the seriousness of its subject matter and the intelligence of its execution. And it duly won awards, three in fact: the Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize, the Visionary Award and a Distribution Support Endowment Prize, this last especially good news, we have to think, because despite the difficulty of its themes and the unfriendliness of its comedy-gold logline, this is a film that deserves the biggest arthouse audience possible.”-The Playlist

    “But Slaboshpytskiy’s film is finally most remarkable for the way it strips its characters to their raw, ferocious essence, while still allowing them to fully retain their distinctiveness as individuals. Operating well beyond the fringes of respectable society, these young men and women may well be the pawns and agents of a cruelly exploitative system, but they still come across as thinking, feeling human beings, each one desperately trying to assert his or her own place in a ruthless ruling order. To that end, these untrained actors perform with an intense, abrasive physicality that’s almost frightening in its eloquence; dialogue has rarely seemed more superfluous, as every gesture feels charged with attitude and emotion. The purity of expression Slaboshpytskiy achieves here may well take some viewers back to the silent era, but in finding its own bold cinematic language, “The Tribe” feels like something unmistakably, radically new.”-Variety
       

    • 24 Jul 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 9:15 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    FRI, JULY 24, 7p:

    "Best of Cannes

    (Critic’s Week Grand Prize)

    Exclusive Florida PREVIEW Screening!

    (The engagement starts July 24!)

    THE TRIBE

    Directed by MYROSLAV SLABOSHPYTSKIY/Ukraine/2014/132mins.

    With Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova, Rosa Babiy

    Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukranian high school for the Deaf. The Tribe unfolds through the non-verbal acting and sign language from a cast of deaf, non-professional actors—with no need for subtitles or voice over––resulting in a unique, never-before-experienced cinematic event that engages the audience on a new sensory level. Teenage Sergey (Grigoriy Fesenko), a new student at the boarding school, realizes immediately that he must prove himself worthy to be brought under the protective wing of the school gang's leader to survive unscathed. After an indoctrination of harmless initiation pranks and rites, Sergey's new-found clique soon introduces him to their common activities of robbery, bribery and prostitution. At first assimilating seamlessly into his new role in the tribe, he finds himself compromised as he begins to fall in love with his female classmate—and one of the gang's escorts—triggering a sequence of stunningly diabolical events.

    (In sign language without subtitles)

    WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Critic’s Week Grand Prize,

    France 4 Visionary Award, Gan Award for Distribution

    European Film Awards European Discovery of the Year

    Fantastic Fest Best Director

    Ghent International Film Festival Best Film

    International Cinephile Awards Best Film Not Distributed in 2014

    Thessaloniki Film Festival Best Director

    São Paulo International Film Festival Best Screenplay

    THREE EXAMPLE 100 METACRITIC REVIEWS:

    “The impact this has on the viewer is remarkable. By about twenty minutes into the film, I found myself "hearing" dialogue as each new scene unfolded. I don't remotely pretend to understand sign language, but the performances, the direction, and the energy of the film manage to communicate clearly everything that is being felt and shared. It's amazing the way it works, and there are so many moments in the film that are remarkable not only for the drama of what we're watching, but for the almost alien quality of what we're looking at.”-HitFix

    “..this deeply compelling debut feature from director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy utterly defies mockery with the seriousness of its subject matter and the intelligence of its execution. And it duly won awards, three in fact: the Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize, the Visionary Award and a Distribution Support Endowment Prize, this last especially good news, we have to think, because despite the difficulty of its themes and the unfriendliness of its comedy-gold logline, this is a film that deserves the biggest arthouse audience possible.”-The Playlist

    “But Slaboshpytskiy’s film is finally most remarkable for the way it strips its characters to their raw, ferocious essence, while still allowing them to fully retain their distinctiveness as individuals. Operating well beyond the fringes of respectable society, these young men and women may well be the pawns and agents of a cruelly exploitative system, but they still come across as thinking, feeling human beings, each one desperately trying to assert his or her own place in a ruthless ruling order. To that end, these untrained actors perform with an intense, abrasive physicality that’s almost frightening in its eloquence; dialogue has rarely seemed more superfluous, as every gesture feels charged with attitude and emotion. The purity of expression Slaboshpytskiy achieves here may well take some viewers back to the silent era, but in finding its own bold cinematic language, “The Tribe” feels like something unmistakably, radically new.”-Variety
       

    • 24 Jul 2015
    • 9:30 PM - 11:45 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     FRI, JULY 24, 9:30p:

    "Best of Cannes

    (Critic’s Week Grand Prize)

    Exclusive Florida PREVIEW Screening!

    (The engagement starts July 24!)

    THE TRIBE

    Directed by MYROSLAV SLABOSHPYTSKIY/Ukraine/2014/132mins.

    With Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova, Rosa Babiy

    Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukranian high school for the Deaf. The Tribe unfolds through the non-verbal acting and sign language from a cast of deaf, non-professional actors—with no need for subtitles or voice over––resulting in a unique, never-before-experienced cinematic event that engages the audience on a new sensory level. Teenage Sergey (Grigoriy Fesenko), a new student at the boarding school, realizes immediately that he must prove himself worthy to be brought under the protective wing of the school gang's leader to survive unscathed. After an indoctrination of harmless initiation pranks and rites, Sergey's new-found clique soon introduces him to their common activities of robbery, bribery and prostitution. At first assimilating seamlessly into his new role in the tribe, he finds himself compromised as he begins to fall in love with his female classmate—and one of the gang's escorts—triggering a sequence of stunningly diabolical events.

    (In sign language without subtitles)

    WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Critic’s Week Grand Prize,

    France 4 Visionary Award, Gan Award for Distribution

    European Film Awards European Discovery of the Year

    Fantastic Fest Best Director

    Ghent International Film Festival Best Film

    International Cinephile Awards Best Film Not Distributed in 2014

    Thessaloniki Film Festival Best Director

    São Paulo International Film Festival Best Screenplay

    THREE EXAMPLE 100 METACRITIC REVIEWS:

    “The impact this has on the viewer is remarkable. By about twenty minutes into the film, I found myself "hearing" dialogue as each new scene unfolded. I don't remotely pretend to understand sign language, but the performances, the direction, and the energy of the film manage to communicate clearly everything that is being felt and shared. It's amazing the way it works, and there are so many moments in the film that are remarkable not only for the drama of what we're watching, but for the almost alien quality of what we're looking at.”-HitFix

    “..this deeply compelling debut feature from director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy utterly defies mockery with the seriousness of its subject matter and the intelligence of its execution. And it duly won awards, three in fact: the Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize, the Visionary Award and a Distribution Support Endowment Prize, this last especially good news, we have to think, because despite the difficulty of its themes and the unfriendliness of its comedy-gold logline, this is a film that deserves the biggest arthouse audience possible.”-The Playlist

    “But Slaboshpytskiy’s film is finally most remarkable for the way it strips its characters to their raw, ferocious essence, while still allowing them to fully retain their distinctiveness as individuals. Operating well beyond the fringes of respectable society, these young men and women may well be the pawns and agents of a cruelly exploitative system, but they still come across as thinking, feeling human beings, each one desperately trying to assert his or her own place in a ruthless ruling order. To that end, these untrained actors perform with an intense, abrasive physicality that’s almost frightening in its eloquence; dialogue has rarely seemed more superfluous, as every gesture feels charged with attitude and emotion. The purity of expression Slaboshpytskiy achieves here may well take some viewers back to the silent era, but in finding its own bold cinematic language, “The Tribe” feels like something unmistakably, radically new.”-Variety
       

    • 25 Jul 2015
    • 4:30 PM - 6:45 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SAT, JULY 25, 4:30p:

    "Best of Cannes

    (Critic’s Week Grand Prize)

    Exclusive Florida PREVIEW Screening!

    (The engagement starts July 24!)

    THE TRIBE

    Directed by MYROSLAV SLABOSHPYTSKIY/Ukraine/2014/132mins.

    With Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova, Rosa Babiy

    Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukranian high school for the Deaf. The Tribe unfolds through the non-verbal acting and sign language from a cast of deaf, non-professional actors—with no need for subtitles or voice over––resulting in a unique, never-before-experienced cinematic event that engages the audience on a new sensory level. Teenage Sergey (Grigoriy Fesenko), a new student at the boarding school, realizes immediately that he must prove himself worthy to be brought under the protective wing of the school gang's leader to survive unscathed. After an indoctrination of harmless initiation pranks and rites, Sergey's new-found clique soon introduces him to their common activities of robbery, bribery and prostitution. At first assimilating seamlessly into his new role in the tribe, he finds himself compromised as he begins to fall in love with his female classmate—and one of the gang's escorts—triggering a sequence of stunningly diabolical events.

    (In sign language without subtitles)

    WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Critic’s Week Grand Prize,

    France 4 Visionary Award, Gan Award for Distribution

    European Film Awards European Discovery of the Year

    Fantastic Fest Best Director

    Ghent International Film Festival Best Film

    International Cinephile Awards Best Film Not Distributed in 2014

    Thessaloniki Film Festival Best Director

    São Paulo International Film Festival Best Screenplay

    THREE EXAMPLE 100 METACRITIC REVIEWS:

    “The impact this has on the viewer is remarkable. By about twenty minutes into the film, I found myself "hearing" dialogue as each new scene unfolded. I don't remotely pretend to understand sign language, but the performances, the direction, and the energy of the film manage to communicate clearly everything that is being felt and shared. It's amazing the way it works, and there are so many moments in the film that are remarkable not only for the drama of what we're watching, but for the almost alien quality of what we're looking at.”-HitFix

    “..this deeply compelling debut feature from director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy utterly defies mockery with the seriousness of its subject matter and the intelligence of its execution. And it duly won awards, three in fact: the Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize, the Visionary Award and a Distribution Support Endowment Prize, this last especially good news, we have to think, because despite the difficulty of its themes and the unfriendliness of its comedy-gold logline, this is a film that deserves the biggest arthouse audience possible.”-The Playlist

    “But Slaboshpytskiy’s film is finally most remarkable for the way it strips its characters to their raw, ferocious essence, while still allowing them to fully retain their distinctiveness as individuals. Operating well beyond the fringes of respectable society, these young men and women may well be the pawns and agents of a cruelly exploitative system, but they still come across as thinking, feeling human beings, each one desperately trying to assert his or her own place in a ruthless ruling order. To that end, these untrained actors perform with an intense, abrasive physicality that’s almost frightening in its eloquence; dialogue has rarely seemed more superfluous, as every gesture feels charged with attitude and emotion. The purity of expression Slaboshpytskiy achieves here may well take some viewers back to the silent era, but in finding its own bold cinematic language, “The Tribe” feels like something unmistakably, radically new.”-Variety
       

    • 25 Jul 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 9:15 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SAT, JULY 25, 7p:

    "Best of Cannes

    (Critic’s Week Grand Prize)

    Exclusive Florida PREVIEW Screening!

    (The engagement starts July 24!)

    THE TRIBE

    Directed by MYROSLAV SLABOSHPYTSKIY/Ukraine/2014/132mins.

    With Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova, Rosa Babiy

    Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukranian high school for the Deaf. The Tribe unfolds through the non-verbal acting and sign language from a cast of deaf, non-professional actors—with no need for subtitles or voice over––resulting in a unique, never-before-experienced cinematic event that engages the audience on a new sensory level. Teenage Sergey (Grigoriy Fesenko), a new student at the boarding school, realizes immediately that he must prove himself worthy to be brought under the protective wing of the school gang's leader to survive unscathed. After an indoctrination of harmless initiation pranks and rites, Sergey's new-found clique soon introduces him to their common activities of robbery, bribery and prostitution. At first assimilating seamlessly into his new role in the tribe, he finds himself compromised as he begins to fall in love with his female classmate—and one of the gang's escorts—triggering a sequence of stunningly diabolical events.

    (In sign language without subtitles)

    WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Critic’s Week Grand Prize,

    France 4 Visionary Award, Gan Award for Distribution

    European Film Awards European Discovery of the Year

    Fantastic Fest Best Director

    Ghent International Film Festival Best Film

    International Cinephile Awards Best Film Not Distributed in 2014

    Thessaloniki Film Festival Best Director

    São Paulo International Film Festival Best Screenplay

    THREE EXAMPLE 100 METACRITIC REVIEWS:

    “The impact this has on the viewer is remarkable. By about twenty minutes into the film, I found myself "hearing" dialogue as each new scene unfolded. I don't remotely pretend to understand sign language, but the performances, the direction, and the energy of the film manage to communicate clearly everything that is being felt and shared. It's amazing the way it works, and there are so many moments in the film that are remarkable not only for the drama of what we're watching, but for the almost alien quality of what we're looking at.”-HitFix

    “..this deeply compelling debut feature from director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy utterly defies mockery with the seriousness of its subject matter and the intelligence of its execution. And it duly won awards, three in fact: the Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize, the Visionary Award and a Distribution Support Endowment Prize, this last especially good news, we have to think, because despite the difficulty of its themes and the unfriendliness of its comedy-gold logline, this is a film that deserves the biggest arthouse audience possible.”-The Playlist

    “But Slaboshpytskiy’s film is finally most remarkable for the way it strips its characters to their raw, ferocious essence, while still allowing them to fully retain their distinctiveness as individuals. Operating well beyond the fringes of respectable society, these young men and women may well be the pawns and agents of a cruelly exploitative system, but they still come across as thinking, feeling human beings, each one desperately trying to assert his or her own place in a ruthless ruling order. To that end, these untrained actors perform with an intense, abrasive physicality that’s almost frightening in its eloquence; dialogue has rarely seemed more superfluous, as every gesture feels charged with attitude and emotion. The purity of expression Slaboshpytskiy achieves here may well take some viewers back to the silent era, but in finding its own bold cinematic language, “The Tribe” feels like something unmistakably, radically new.”-Variety
       

    • 25 Jul 2015
    • 9:30 PM - 11:45 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     SAT, JULY 25, 9:30p:

    "Best of Cannes

    (Critic’s Week Grand Prize)

    Exclusive Florida PREVIEW Screening!

    (The engagement starts July 24!)

    THE TRIBE

    Directed by MYROSLAV SLABOSHPYTSKIY/Ukraine/2014/132mins.

    With Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova, Rosa Babiy

    Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukranian high school for the Deaf. The Tribe unfolds through the non-verbal acting and sign language from a cast of deaf, non-professional actors—with no need for subtitles or voice over––resulting in a unique, never-before-experienced cinematic event that engages the audience on a new sensory level. Teenage Sergey (Grigoriy Fesenko), a new student at the boarding school, realizes immediately that he must prove himself worthy to be brought under the protective wing of the school gang's leader to survive unscathed. After an indoctrination of harmless initiation pranks and rites, Sergey's new-found clique soon introduces him to their common activities of robbery, bribery and prostitution. At first assimilating seamlessly into his new role in the tribe, he finds himself compromised as he begins to fall in love with his female classmate—and one of the gang's escorts—triggering a sequence of stunningly diabolical events.

    (In sign language without subtitles)

    WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Critic’s Week Grand Prize,

    France 4 Visionary Award, Gan Award for Distribution

    European Film Awards European Discovery of the Year

    Fantastic Fest Best Director

    Ghent International Film Festival Best Film

    International Cinephile Awards Best Film Not Distributed in 2014

    Thessaloniki Film Festival Best Director

    São Paulo International Film Festival Best Screenplay

    THREE EXAMPLE 100 METACRITIC REVIEWS:

    “The impact this has on the viewer is remarkable. By about twenty minutes into the film, I found myself "hearing" dialogue as each new scene unfolded. I don't remotely pretend to understand sign language, but the performances, the direction, and the energy of the film manage to communicate clearly everything that is being felt and shared. It's amazing the way it works, and there are so many moments in the film that are remarkable not only for the drama of what we're watching, but for the almost alien quality of what we're looking at.”-HitFix

    “..this deeply compelling debut feature from director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy utterly defies mockery with the seriousness of its subject matter and the intelligence of its execution. And it duly won awards, three in fact: the Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize, the Visionary Award and a Distribution Support Endowment Prize, this last especially good news, we have to think, because despite the difficulty of its themes and the unfriendliness of its comedy-gold logline, this is a film that deserves the biggest arthouse audience possible.”-The Playlist

    “But Slaboshpytskiy’s film is finally most remarkable for the way it strips its characters to their raw, ferocious essence, while still allowing them to fully retain their distinctiveness as individuals. Operating well beyond the fringes of respectable society, these young men and women may well be the pawns and agents of a cruelly exploitative system, but they still come across as thinking, feeling human beings, each one desperately trying to assert his or her own place in a ruthless ruling order. To that end, these untrained actors perform with an intense, abrasive physicality that’s almost frightening in its eloquence; dialogue has rarely seemed more superfluous, as every gesture feels charged with attitude and emotion. The purity of expression Slaboshpytskiy achieves here may well take some viewers back to the silent era, but in finding its own bold cinematic language, “The Tribe” feels like something unmistakably, radically new.”-Variety
       

    • 26 Jul 2015
    • 3:30 PM - 5:45 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SUN, JULY 26, 3:30p:

    "Best of Cannes

    (Critic’s Week Grand Prize)

    Exclusive Florida PREVIEW Screening!

    (The engagement starts July 24!)

    THE TRIBE

    Directed by MYROSLAV SLABOSHPYTSKIY/Ukraine/2014/132mins.

    With Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova, Rosa Babiy

    Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukranian high school for the Deaf. The Tribe unfolds through the non-verbal acting and sign language from a cast of deaf, non-professional actors—with no need for subtitles or voice over––resulting in a unique, never-before-experienced cinematic event that engages the audience on a new sensory level. Teenage Sergey (Grigoriy Fesenko), a new student at the boarding school, realizes immediately that he must prove himself worthy to be brought under the protective wing of the school gang's leader to survive unscathed. After an indoctrination of harmless initiation pranks and rites, Sergey's new-found clique soon introduces him to their common activities of robbery, bribery and prostitution. At first assimilating seamlessly into his new role in the tribe, he finds himself compromised as he begins to fall in love with his female classmate—and one of the gang's escorts—triggering a sequence of stunningly diabolical events.

    (In sign language without subtitles)

    WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Critic’s Week Grand Prize,

    France 4 Visionary Award, Gan Award for Distribution

    European Film Awards European Discovery of the Year

    Fantastic Fest Best Director

    Ghent International Film Festival Best Film

    International Cinephile Awards Best Film Not Distributed in 2014

    Thessaloniki Film Festival Best Director

    São Paulo International Film Festival Best Screenplay

    THREE EXAMPLE 100 METACRITIC REVIEWS:

    “The impact this has on the viewer is remarkable. By about twenty minutes into the film, I found myself "hearing" dialogue as each new scene unfolded. I don't remotely pretend to understand sign language, but the performances, the direction, and the energy of the film manage to communicate clearly everything that is being felt and shared. It's amazing the way it works, and there are so many moments in the film that are remarkable not only for the drama of what we're watching, but for the almost alien quality of what we're looking at.”-HitFix

    “..this deeply compelling debut feature from director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy utterly defies mockery with the seriousness of its subject matter and the intelligence of its execution. And it duly won awards, three in fact: the Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize, the Visionary Award and a Distribution Support Endowment Prize, this last especially good news, we have to think, because despite the difficulty of its themes and the unfriendliness of its comedy-gold logline, this is a film that deserves the biggest arthouse audience possible.”-The Playlist

    “But Slaboshpytskiy’s film is finally most remarkable for the way it strips its characters to their raw, ferocious essence, while still allowing them to fully retain their distinctiveness as individuals. Operating well beyond the fringes of respectable society, these young men and women may well be the pawns and agents of a cruelly exploitative system, but they still come across as thinking, feeling human beings, each one desperately trying to assert his or her own place in a ruthless ruling order. To that end, these untrained actors perform with an intense, abrasive physicality that’s almost frightening in its eloquence; dialogue has rarely seemed more superfluous, as every gesture feels charged with attitude and emotion. The purity of expression Slaboshpytskiy achieves here may well take some viewers back to the silent era, but in finding its own bold cinematic language, “The Tribe” feels like something unmistakably, radically new.”-Variety
       

    • 26 Jul 2015
    • 6:00 PM - 8:15 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     SUN, JULY 26, 6p:

    "Best of Cannes

    (Critic’s Week Grand Prize)

    Exclusive Florida PREVIEW Screening!

    (The engagement starts July 24!)

    THE TRIBE

    Directed by MYROSLAV SLABOSHPYTSKIY/Ukraine/2014/132mins.

    With Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova, Rosa Babiy

    Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukranian high school for the Deaf. The Tribe unfolds through the non-verbal acting and sign language from a cast of deaf, non-professional actors—with no need for subtitles or voice over––resulting in a unique, never-before-experienced cinematic event that engages the audience on a new sensory level. Teenage Sergey (Grigoriy Fesenko), a new student at the boarding school, realizes immediately that he must prove himself worthy to be brought under the protective wing of the school gang's leader to survive unscathed. After an indoctrination of harmless initiation pranks and rites, Sergey's new-found clique soon introduces him to their common activities of robbery, bribery and prostitution. At first assimilating seamlessly into his new role in the tribe, he finds himself compromised as he begins to fall in love with his female classmate—and one of the gang's escorts—triggering a sequence of stunningly diabolical events.

    (In sign language without subtitles)

    WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Critic’s Week Grand Prize,

    France 4 Visionary Award, Gan Award for Distribution

    European Film Awards European Discovery of the Year

    Fantastic Fest Best Director

    Ghent International Film Festival Best Film

    International Cinephile Awards Best Film Not Distributed in 2014

    Thessaloniki Film Festival Best Director

    São Paulo International Film Festival Best Screenplay

    THREE EXAMPLE 100 METACRITIC REVIEWS:

    “The impact this has on the viewer is remarkable. By about twenty minutes into the film, I found myself "hearing" dialogue as each new scene unfolded. I don't remotely pretend to understand sign language, but the performances, the direction, and the energy of the film manage to communicate clearly everything that is being felt and shared. It's amazing the way it works, and there are so many moments in the film that are remarkable not only for the drama of what we're watching, but for the almost alien quality of what we're looking at.”-HitFix

    “..this deeply compelling debut feature from director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy utterly defies mockery with the seriousness of its subject matter and the intelligence of its execution. And it duly won awards, three in fact: the Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize, the Visionary Award and a Distribution Support Endowment Prize, this last especially good news, we have to think, because despite the difficulty of its themes and the unfriendliness of its comedy-gold logline, this is a film that deserves the biggest arthouse audience possible.”-The Playlist

    “But Slaboshpytskiy’s film is finally most remarkable for the way it strips its characters to their raw, ferocious essence, while still allowing them to fully retain their distinctiveness as individuals. Operating well beyond the fringes of respectable society, these young men and women may well be the pawns and agents of a cruelly exploitative system, but they still come across as thinking, feeling human beings, each one desperately trying to assert his or her own place in a ruthless ruling order. To that end, these untrained actors perform with an intense, abrasive physicality that’s almost frightening in its eloquence; dialogue has rarely seemed more superfluous, as every gesture feels charged with attitude and emotion. The purity of expression Slaboshpytskiy achieves here may well take some viewers back to the silent era, but in finding its own bold cinematic language, “The Tribe” feels like something unmistakably, radically new.”-Variety
       

    • 26 Jul 2015
    • 8:30 PM - 10:15 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     SUN, JULY 26, 8:30p:

    "Best of Cannes

    (Critic’s Week Grand Prize)

    Exclusive Florida PREVIEW Screening!

    (The engagement starts July 24!)

    THE TRIBE

    Directed by MYROSLAV SLABOSHPYTSKIY/Ukraine/2014/132mins.

    With Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova, Rosa Babiy

    Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukranian high school for the Deaf. The Tribe unfolds through the non-verbal acting and sign language from a cast of deaf, non-professional actors—with no need for subtitles or voice over––resulting in a unique, never-before-experienced cinematic event that engages the audience on a new sensory level. Teenage Sergey (Grigoriy Fesenko), a new student at the boarding school, realizes immediately that he must prove himself worthy to be brought under the protective wing of the school gang's leader to survive unscathed. After an indoctrination of harmless initiation pranks and rites, Sergey's new-found clique soon introduces him to their common activities of robbery, bribery and prostitution. At first assimilating seamlessly into his new role in the tribe, he finds himself compromised as he begins to fall in love with his female classmate—and one of the gang's escorts—triggering a sequence of stunningly diabolical events.

    (In sign language without subtitles)

    WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Critic’s Week Grand Prize,

    France 4 Visionary Award, Gan Award for Distribution

    European Film Awards European Discovery of the Year

    Fantastic Fest Best Director

    Ghent International Film Festival Best Film

    International Cinephile Awards Best Film Not Distributed in 2014

    Thessaloniki Film Festival Best Director

    São Paulo International Film Festival Best Screenplay

    THREE EXAMPLE 100 METACRITIC REVIEWS:

    “The impact this has on the viewer is remarkable. By about twenty minutes into the film, I found myself "hearing" dialogue as each new scene unfolded. I don't remotely pretend to understand sign language, but the performances, the direction, and the energy of the film manage to communicate clearly everything that is being felt and shared. It's amazing the way it works, and there are so many moments in the film that are remarkable not only for the drama of what we're watching, but for the almost alien quality of what we're looking at.”-HitFix

    “..this deeply compelling debut feature from director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy utterly defies mockery with the seriousness of its subject matter and the intelligence of its execution. And it duly won awards, three in fact: the Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize, the Visionary Award and a Distribution Support Endowment Prize, this last especially good news, we have to think, because despite the difficulty of its themes and the unfriendliness of its comedy-gold logline, this is a film that deserves the biggest arthouse audience possible.”-The Playlist

    “But Slaboshpytskiy’s film is finally most remarkable for the way it strips its characters to their raw, ferocious essence, while still allowing them to fully retain their distinctiveness as individuals. Operating well beyond the fringes of respectable society, these young men and women may well be the pawns and agents of a cruelly exploitative system, but they still come across as thinking, feeling human beings, each one desperately trying to assert his or her own place in a ruthless ruling order. To that end, these untrained actors perform with an intense, abrasive physicality that’s almost frightening in its eloquence; dialogue has rarely seemed more superfluous, as every gesture feels charged with attitude and emotion. The purity of expression Slaboshpytskiy achieves here may well take some viewers back to the silent era, but in finding its own bold cinematic language, “The Tribe” feels like something unmistakably, radically new.”-Variety
       

    • 28 Jul 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 9:15 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    TUE, JULY 28, 7p:

    "Best of Cannes

    (Critic’s Week Grand Prize)

    Exclusive Florida PREVIEW Screening!

    (The engagement starts July 24!)

    THE TRIBE

    Directed by MYROSLAV SLABOSHPYTSKIY/Ukraine/2014/132mins.

    With Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova, Rosa Babiy

    Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukranian high school for the Deaf. The Tribe unfolds through the non-verbal acting and sign language from a cast of deaf, non-professional actors—with no need for subtitles or voice over––resulting in a unique, never-before-experienced cinematic event that engages the audience on a new sensory level. Teenage Sergey (Grigoriy Fesenko), a new student at the boarding school, realizes immediately that he must prove himself worthy to be brought under the protective wing of the school gang's leader to survive unscathed. After an indoctrination of harmless initiation pranks and rites, Sergey's new-found clique soon introduces him to their common activities of robbery, bribery and prostitution. At first assimilating seamlessly into his new role in the tribe, he finds himself compromised as he begins to fall in love with his female classmate—and one of the gang's escorts—triggering a sequence of stunningly diabolical events.

    (In sign language without subtitles)

    WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Critic’s Week Grand Prize,

    France 4 Visionary Award, Gan Award for Distribution

    European Film Awards European Discovery of the Year

    Fantastic Fest Best Director

    Ghent International Film Festival Best Film

    International Cinephile Awards Best Film Not Distributed in 2014

    Thessaloniki Film Festival Best Director

    São Paulo International Film Festival Best Screenplay

    THREE EXAMPLE 100 METACRITIC REVIEWS:

    “The impact this has on the viewer is remarkable. By about twenty minutes into the film, I found myself "hearing" dialogue as each new scene unfolded. I don't remotely pretend to understand sign language, but the performances, the direction, and the energy of the film manage to communicate clearly everything that is being felt and shared. It's amazing the way it works, and there are so many moments in the film that are remarkable not only for the drama of what we're watching, but for the almost alien quality of what we're looking at.”-HitFix

    “..this deeply compelling debut feature from director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy utterly defies mockery with the seriousness of its subject matter and the intelligence of its execution. And it duly won awards, three in fact: the Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize, the Visionary Award and a Distribution Support Endowment Prize, this last especially good news, we have to think, because despite the difficulty of its themes and the unfriendliness of its comedy-gold logline, this is a film that deserves the biggest arthouse audience possible.”-The Playlist

    “But Slaboshpytskiy’s film is finally most remarkable for the way it strips its characters to their raw, ferocious essence, while still allowing them to fully retain their distinctiveness as individuals. Operating well beyond the fringes of respectable society, these young men and women may well be the pawns and agents of a cruelly exploitative system, but they still come across as thinking, feeling human beings, each one desperately trying to assert his or her own place in a ruthless ruling order. To that end, these untrained actors perform with an intense, abrasive physicality that’s almost frightening in its eloquence; dialogue has rarely seemed more superfluous, as every gesture feels charged with attitude and emotion. The purity of expression Slaboshpytskiy achieves here may well take some viewers back to the silent era, but in finding its own bold cinematic language, “The Tribe” feels like something unmistakably, radically new.”-Variety
       

    • 28 Jul 2015
    • 9:30 PM - 11:45 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     TUE, JULY 28, 9:30p:

    "Best of Cannes

    (Critic’s Week Grand Prize)

    Exclusive Florida PREVIEW Screening!

    (The engagement starts July 24!)

    THE TRIBE

    Directed by MYROSLAV SLABOSHPYTSKIY/Ukraine/2014/132mins.

    With Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova, Rosa Babiy

    Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukranian high school for the Deaf. The Tribe unfolds through the non-verbal acting and sign language from a cast of deaf, non-professional actors—with no need for subtitles or voice over––resulting in a unique, never-before-experienced cinematic event that engages the audience on a new sensory level. Teenage Sergey (Grigoriy Fesenko), a new student at the boarding school, realizes immediately that he must prove himself worthy to be brought under the protective wing of the school gang's leader to survive unscathed. After an indoctrination of harmless initiation pranks and rites, Sergey's new-found clique soon introduces him to their common activities of robbery, bribery and prostitution. At first assimilating seamlessly into his new role in the tribe, he finds himself compromised as he begins to fall in love with his female classmate—and one of the gang's escorts—triggering a sequence of stunningly diabolical events.

    (In sign language without subtitles)

    WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Critic’s Week Grand Prize,

    France 4 Visionary Award, Gan Award for Distribution

    European Film Awards European Discovery of the Year

    Fantastic Fest Best Director

    Ghent International Film Festival Best Film

    International Cinephile Awards Best Film Not Distributed in 2014

    Thessaloniki Film Festival Best Director

    São Paulo International Film Festival Best Screenplay

    THREE EXAMPLE 100 METACRITIC REVIEWS:

    “The impact this has on the viewer is remarkable. By about twenty minutes into the film, I found myself "hearing" dialogue as each new scene unfolded. I don't remotely pretend to understand sign language, but the performances, the direction, and the energy of the film manage to communicate clearly everything that is being felt and shared. It's amazing the way it works, and there are so many moments in the film that are remarkable not only for the drama of what we're watching, but for the almost alien quality of what we're looking at.”-HitFix

    “..this deeply compelling debut feature from director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy utterly defies mockery with the seriousness of its subject matter and the intelligence of its execution. And it duly won awards, three in fact: the Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize, the Visionary Award and a Distribution Support Endowment Prize, this last especially good news, we have to think, because despite the difficulty of its themes and the unfriendliness of its comedy-gold logline, this is a film that deserves the biggest arthouse audience possible.”-The Playlist

    “But Slaboshpytskiy’s film is finally most remarkable for the way it strips its characters to their raw, ferocious essence, while still allowing them to fully retain their distinctiveness as individuals. Operating well beyond the fringes of respectable society, these young men and women may well be the pawns and agents of a cruelly exploitative system, but they still come across as thinking, feeling human beings, each one desperately trying to assert his or her own place in a ruthless ruling order. To that end, these untrained actors perform with an intense, abrasive physicality that’s almost frightening in its eloquence; dialogue has rarely seemed more superfluous, as every gesture feels charged with attitude and emotion. The purity of expression Slaboshpytskiy achieves here may well take some viewers back to the silent era, but in finding its own bold cinematic language, “The Tribe” feels like something unmistakably, radically new.”-Variety
       

    • 29 Jul 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 9:15 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     WED, JULY 29, 7p:

    "Best of Cannes

    (Critic’s Week Grand Prize)

    Exclusive Florida PREVIEW Screening!

    (The engagement starts July 24!)

    THE TRIBE

    Directed by MYROSLAV SLABOSHPYTSKIY/Ukraine/2014/132mins.

    With Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova, Rosa Babiy

    Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukranian high school for the Deaf. The Tribe unfolds through the non-verbal acting and sign language from a cast of deaf, non-professional actors—with no need for subtitles or voice over––resulting in a unique, never-before-experienced cinematic event that engages the audience on a new sensory level. Teenage Sergey (Grigoriy Fesenko), a new student at the boarding school, realizes immediately that he must prove himself worthy to be brought under the protective wing of the school gang's leader to survive unscathed. After an indoctrination of harmless initiation pranks and rites, Sergey's new-found clique soon introduces him to their common activities of robbery, bribery and prostitution. At first assimilating seamlessly into his new role in the tribe, he finds himself compromised as he begins to fall in love with his female classmate—and one of the gang's escorts—triggering a sequence of stunningly diabolical events.

    (In sign language without subtitles)

    WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Critic’s Week Grand Prize,

    France 4 Visionary Award, Gan Award for Distribution

    European Film Awards European Discovery of the Year

    Fantastic Fest Best Director

    Ghent International Film Festival Best Film

    International Cinephile Awards Best Film Not Distributed in 2014

    Thessaloniki Film Festival Best Director

    São Paulo International Film Festival Best Screenplay

    THREE EXAMPLE 100 METACRITIC REVIEWS:

    “The impact this has on the viewer is remarkable. By about twenty minutes into the film, I found myself "hearing" dialogue as each new scene unfolded. I don't remotely pretend to understand sign language, but the performances, the direction, and the energy of the film manage to communicate clearly everything that is being felt and shared. It's amazing the way it works, and there are so many moments in the film that are remarkable not only for the drama of what we're watching, but for the almost alien quality of what we're looking at.”-HitFix

    “..this deeply compelling debut feature from director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy utterly defies mockery with the seriousness of its subject matter and the intelligence of its execution. And it duly won awards, three in fact: the Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize, the Visionary Award and a Distribution Support Endowment Prize, this last especially good news, we have to think, because despite the difficulty of its themes and the unfriendliness of its comedy-gold logline, this is a film that deserves the biggest arthouse audience possible.”-The Playlist

    “But Slaboshpytskiy’s film is finally most remarkable for the way it strips its characters to their raw, ferocious essence, while still allowing them to fully retain their distinctiveness as individuals. Operating well beyond the fringes of respectable society, these young men and women may well be the pawns and agents of a cruelly exploitative system, but they still come across as thinking, feeling human beings, each one desperately trying to assert his or her own place in a ruthless ruling order. To that end, these untrained actors perform with an intense, abrasive physicality that’s almost frightening in its eloquence; dialogue has rarely seemed more superfluous, as every gesture feels charged with attitude and emotion. The purity of expression Slaboshpytskiy achieves here may well take some viewers back to the silent era, but in finding its own bold cinematic language, “The Tribe” feels like something unmistakably, radically new.”-Variety
       

    • 29 Jul 2015
    • 9:30 PM - 11:45 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     WED, JULY 29, 9:30p:

    "Best of Cannes

    (Critic’s Week Grand Prize)

    Exclusive Florida PREVIEW Screening!

    (The engagement starts July 24!)

    THE TRIBE

    Directed by MYROSLAV SLABOSHPYTSKIY/Ukraine/2014/132mins.

    With Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova, Rosa Babiy

    Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukranian high school for the Deaf. The Tribe unfolds through the non-verbal acting and sign language from a cast of deaf, non-professional actors—with no need for subtitles or voice over––resulting in a unique, never-before-experienced cinematic event that engages the audience on a new sensory level. Teenage Sergey (Grigoriy Fesenko), a new student at the boarding school, realizes immediately that he must prove himself worthy to be brought under the protective wing of the school gang's leader to survive unscathed. After an indoctrination of harmless initiation pranks and rites, Sergey's new-found clique soon introduces him to their common activities of robbery, bribery and prostitution. At first assimilating seamlessly into his new role in the tribe, he finds himself compromised as he begins to fall in love with his female classmate—and one of the gang's escorts—triggering a sequence of stunningly diabolical events.

    (In sign language without subtitles)

    WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Critic’s Week Grand Prize,

    France 4 Visionary Award, Gan Award for Distribution

    European Film Awards European Discovery of the Year

    Fantastic Fest Best Director

    Ghent International Film Festival Best Film

    International Cinephile Awards Best Film Not Distributed in 2014

    Thessaloniki Film Festival Best Director

    São Paulo International Film Festival Best Screenplay

    THREE EXAMPLE 100 METACRITIC REVIEWS:

    “The impact this has on the viewer is remarkable. By about twenty minutes into the film, I found myself "hearing" dialogue as each new scene unfolded. I don't remotely pretend to understand sign language, but the performances, the direction, and the energy of the film manage to communicate clearly everything that is being felt and shared. It's amazing the way it works, and there are so many moments in the film that are remarkable not only for the drama of what we're watching, but for the almost alien quality of what we're looking at.”-HitFix

    “..this deeply compelling debut feature from director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy utterly defies mockery with the seriousness of its subject matter and the intelligence of its execution. And it duly won awards, three in fact: the Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize, the Visionary Award and a Distribution Support Endowment Prize, this last especially good news, we have to think, because despite the difficulty of its themes and the unfriendliness of its comedy-gold logline, this is a film that deserves the biggest arthouse audience possible.”-The Playlist

    “But Slaboshpytskiy’s film is finally most remarkable for the way it strips its characters to their raw, ferocious essence, while still allowing them to fully retain their distinctiveness as individuals. Operating well beyond the fringes of respectable society, these young men and women may well be the pawns and agents of a cruelly exploitative system, but they still come across as thinking, feeling human beings, each one desperately trying to assert his or her own place in a ruthless ruling order. To that end, these untrained actors perform with an intense, abrasive physicality that’s almost frightening in its eloquence; dialogue has rarely seemed more superfluous, as every gesture feels charged with attitude and emotion. The purity of expression Slaboshpytskiy achieves here may well take some viewers back to the silent era, but in finding its own bold cinematic language, “The Tribe” feels like something unmistakably, radically new.”-Variety
       

    • 30 Jul 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    THU, JULY 30, 7p:

    “Cinema Green”

    Presented in collaboration with ECOMB

    The Environmental Coalition of Miami & The Beaches

     

    RAISING SHRIMP   

    Documentary directed by Joe Cunningham/2013/52mins.

    Why does our food come from so far away? Shrimp is the most popular seafood in the United States, where we eat over a billion pounds a year of it. But 90% of it is imported, and most of that is farmed, not wild caught. What are we really eating, and is it our only choice? How do they farm shrimp? Is it safe to eat? What happened to the American shrimp fishery?  What could a more local shrimp mean for our health, and the health of our nation? Is such a thing even possible? Ted Caplow has an engineer's attitude: if something is broken, how do we fix it?

    AND

    FISH MEAT

    Documentary directed by Joe Cunningham/2012/30mins.

    The age of fish meat is here. Our hunger for seafood grows and grows...but the seas are running out of fish. More than half of the fish the world eats comes from fish farms. But what exactly is farmed fish? Where does it come from, and how is it made? Two friends, a fish scientist and engineer, take a sailing voyage through the cradle of western civilization to pull back the cover on modern fish farming. Along the way they discover the tragedy of Bluefin Tuna and the joy of carp.

    • 30 Jul 2015
    • 9:15 PM - 11:30 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     THU, JULY 30, 9:15p:

    "Best of Cannes

    (Critic’s Week Grand Prize)

    Exclusive Florida PREVIEW Screening!

    (The engagement starts July 24!)

    THE TRIBE

    Directed by MYROSLAV SLABOSHPYTSKIY/Ukraine/2014/132mins.

    With Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova, Rosa Babiy

    Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukranian high school for the Deaf. The Tribe unfolds through the non-verbal acting and sign language from a cast of deaf, non-professional actors—with no need for subtitles or voice over––resulting in a unique, never-before-experienced cinematic event that engages the audience on a new sensory level. Teenage Sergey (Grigoriy Fesenko), a new student at the boarding school, realizes immediately that he must prove himself worthy to be brought under the protective wing of the school gang's leader to survive unscathed. After an indoctrination of harmless initiation pranks and rites, Sergey's new-found clique soon introduces him to their common activities of robbery, bribery and prostitution. At first assimilating seamlessly into his new role in the tribe, he finds himself compromised as he begins to fall in love with his female classmate—and one of the gang's escorts—triggering a sequence of stunningly diabolical events.

    (In sign language without subtitles)

    WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Critic’s Week Grand Prize,

    France 4 Visionary Award, Gan Award for Distribution

    European Film Awards European Discovery of the Year

    Fantastic Fest Best Director

    Ghent International Film Festival Best Film

    International Cinephile Awards Best Film Not Distributed in 2014

    Thessaloniki Film Festival Best Director

    São Paulo International Film Festival Best Screenplay

    THREE EXAMPLE 100 METACRITIC REVIEWS:

    “The impact this has on the viewer is remarkable. By about twenty minutes into the film, I found myself "hearing" dialogue as each new scene unfolded. I don't remotely pretend to understand sign language, but the performances, the direction, and the energy of the film manage to communicate clearly everything that is being felt and shared. It's amazing the way it works, and there are so many moments in the film that are remarkable not only for the drama of what we're watching, but for the almost alien quality of what we're looking at.”-HitFix

    “..this deeply compelling debut feature from director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy utterly defies mockery with the seriousness of its subject matter and the intelligence of its execution. And it duly won awards, three in fact: the Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize, the Visionary Award and a Distribution Support Endowment Prize, this last especially good news, we have to think, because despite the difficulty of its themes and the unfriendliness of its comedy-gold logline, this is a film that deserves the biggest arthouse audience possible.”-The Playlist

    “But Slaboshpytskiy’s film is finally most remarkable for the way it strips its characters to their raw, ferocious essence, while still allowing them to fully retain their distinctiveness as individuals. Operating well beyond the fringes of respectable society, these young men and women may well be the pawns and agents of a cruelly exploitative system, but they still come across as thinking, feeling human beings, each one desperately trying to assert his or her own place in a ruthless ruling order. To that end, these untrained actors perform with an intense, abrasive physicality that’s almost frightening in its eloquence; dialogue has rarely seemed more superfluous, as every gesture feels charged with attitude and emotion. The purity of expression Slaboshpytskiy achieves here may well take some viewers back to the silent era, but in finding its own bold cinematic language, “The Tribe” feels like something unmistakably, radically new.”-Variety
       

    • 31 Jul 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:40 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    FRI JULY 31, 7p:

    The Films of ROY ANDERSSON

    “Best of Venice Film Festival”

    (Golden Lion Best Film Winner!)

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH

    REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE

    (En duva satt på en gren

    och funderade på tillvaron)

    Directed by ROY ANDERSSON/Sweden/2015/101mins.

    With Holger Andersson, Nils Westblom, Viktor Gyllenberg

    Like a modern day Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, Sam and Jonathan, two traveling salesmen peddling novelty items, take us on a kaleidoscopic wandering through human destiny. It is a journey that unveils the beauty of single moments, the pettiness of others, the humor and tragedy hidden within us, life’s grandeur as well as the ultimate frailty of humanity. (In Swedish with English subtitles)

    WINNER: Venice Film Festival Best Film (Golden Lion)

    International Cinephile Society Best Film Not Released in 2014

    "IF YOU ONLY SEE ONE MOVIE THIS SUMMER, SEE A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE. It builds to an ineffable beauty so sublime that you might have a hard time remembering what it is that other films are even trying to accomplish."-David Erlich, Time Out NY

    "Every stroke of Roy Anderson's cinema is a wonderful sonic canvas that reveals our fragile humanity. It has a unique pace, vision and imagination without losing the beauty of the realism that surrounds it."-Alejandro González Iñárritu

    "IT’S BEAUTIFUL AND HAUNTING. Once you've seen his work you'll almost assuredly be converted to his warped-as-f*** sensibility."-David Fear, Rolling Stone

     "A+. A sort of Saturday Night Live of the soul."-Catherine Bray, HitFix

    "TRULY ASTOUNDING. Open-minded audiences will be elated. Andersson is an artist to treasure."-Nicholas Barber, BBC.com

    • 31 Jul 2015
    • 8:50 PM - 10:40 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    FRI JUL 31, 8:50p:

    The Films of ROY ANDERSSON

    “Best of Venice Film Festival”

    (Golden Lion Best Film Winner!)

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH

    REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE

    (En duva satt på en gren

    och funderade på tillvaron)

    Directed by ROY ANDERSSON/Sweden/2015/101mins.

    With Holger Andersson, Nils Westblom, Viktor Gyllenberg

    Like a modern day Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, Sam and Jonathan, two traveling salesmen peddling novelty items, take us on a kaleidoscopic wandering through human destiny. It is a journey that unveils the beauty of single moments, the pettiness of others, the humor and tragedy hidden within us, life’s grandeur as well as the ultimate frailty of humanity. (In Swedish with English subtitles)

    WINNER: Venice Film Festival Best Film (Golden Lion)

    International Cinephile Society Best Film Not Released in 2014

    "IF YOU ONLY SEE ONE MOVIE THIS SUMMER, SEE A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE. It builds to an ineffable beauty so sublime that you might have a hard time remembering what it is that other films are even trying to accomplish."-David Erlich, Time Out NY

    "Every stroke of Roy Anderson's cinema is a wonderful sonic canvas that reveals our fragile humanity. It has a unique pace, vision and imagination without losing the beauty of the realism that surrounds it."-Alejandro González Iñárritu

    "IT’S BEAUTIFUL AND HAUNTING. Once you've seen his work you'll almost assuredly be converted to his warped-as-f*** sensibility."-David Fear, Rolling Stone

     "A+. A sort of Saturday Night Live of the soul."-Catherine Bray, HitFix

    "TRULY ASTOUNDING. Open-minded audiences will be elated. Andersson is an artist to treasure."-Nicholas Barber, BBC.com

    • 01 Aug 2015
    • 4:30 PM - 6:15 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     SAT, AUG 01, 4:30p:

    "Best of Cannes

    (Critic’s Week Grand Prize)

    Exclusive Florida PREVIEW Screening!

    (The engagement starts July 24!)

    THE TRIBE

    Directed by MYROSLAV SLABOSHPYTSKIY/Ukraine/2014/132mins.

    With Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova, Rosa Babiy

    Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukranian high school for the Deaf. The Tribe unfolds through the non-verbal acting and sign language from a cast of deaf, non-professional actors—with no need for subtitles or voice over––resulting in a unique, never-before-experienced cinematic event that engages the audience on a new sensory level. Teenage Sergey (Grigoriy Fesenko), a new student at the boarding school, realizes immediately that he must prove himself worthy to be brought under the protective wing of the school gang's leader to survive unscathed. After an indoctrination of harmless initiation pranks and rites, Sergey's new-found clique soon introduces him to their common activities of robbery, bribery and prostitution. At first assimilating seamlessly into his new role in the tribe, he finds himself compromised as he begins to fall in love with his female classmate—and one of the gang's escorts—triggering a sequence of stunningly diabolical events.

    (In sign language without subtitles)

    WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Critic’s Week Grand Prize,

    France 4 Visionary Award, Gan Award for Distribution

    European Film Awards European Discovery of the Year

    Fantastic Fest Best Director

    Ghent International Film Festival Best Film

    International Cinephile Awards Best Film Not Distributed in 2014

    Thessaloniki Film Festival Best Director

    São Paulo International Film Festival Best Screenplay

    THREE EXAMPLE 100 METACRITIC REVIEWS:

    “The impact this has on the viewer is remarkable. By about twenty minutes into the film, I found myself "hearing" dialogue as each new scene unfolded. I don't remotely pretend to understand sign language, but the performances, the direction, and the energy of the film manage to communicate clearly everything that is being felt and shared. It's amazing the way it works, and there are so many moments in the film that are remarkable not only for the drama of what we're watching, but for the almost alien quality of what we're looking at.”-HitFix

    “..this deeply compelling debut feature from director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy utterly defies mockery with the seriousness of its subject matter and the intelligence of its execution. And it duly won awards, three in fact: the Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize, the Visionary Award and a Distribution Support Endowment Prize, this last especially good news, we have to think, because despite the difficulty of its themes and the unfriendliness of its comedy-gold logline, this is a film that deserves the biggest arthouse audience possible.”-The Playlist

    “But Slaboshpytskiy’s film is finally most remarkable for the way it strips its characters to their raw, ferocious essence, while still allowing them to fully retain their distinctiveness as individuals. Operating well beyond the fringes of respectable society, these young men and women may well be the pawns and agents of a cruelly exploitative system, but they still come across as thinking, feeling human beings, each one desperately trying to assert his or her own place in a ruthless ruling order. To that end, these untrained actors perform with an intense, abrasive physicality that’s almost frightening in its eloquence; dialogue has rarely seemed more superfluous, as every gesture feels charged with attitude and emotion. The purity of expression Slaboshpytskiy achieves here may well take some viewers back to the silent era, but in finding its own bold cinematic language, “The Tribe” feels like something unmistakably, radically new.”-Variety
       

    • 01 Aug 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:40 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SAT AUG 01, 7p:

    The Films of ROY ANDERSSON

    “Best of Venice Film Festival”

    (Golden Lion Best Film Winner!)

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH

    REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE

    (En duva satt på en gren

    och funderade på tillvaron)

    Directed by ROY ANDERSSON/Sweden/2015/101mins.

    With Holger Andersson, Nils Westblom, Viktor Gyllenberg

    Like a modern day Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, Sam and Jonathan, two traveling salesmen peddling novelty items, take us on a kaleidoscopic wandering through human destiny. It is a journey that unveils the beauty of single moments, the pettiness of others, the humor and tragedy hidden within us, life’s grandeur as well as the ultimate frailty of humanity. (In Swedish with English subtitles)

    WINNER: Venice Film Festival Best Film (Golden Lion)

    International Cinephile Society Best Film Not Released in 2014

    "IF YOU ONLY SEE ONE MOVIE THIS SUMMER, SEE A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE. It builds to an ineffable beauty so sublime that you might have a hard time remembering what it is that other films are even trying to accomplish."-David Erlich, Time Out NY

    "Every stroke of Roy Anderson's cinema is a wonderful sonic canvas that reveals our fragile humanity. It has a unique pace, vision and imagination without losing the beauty of the realism that surrounds it."-Alejandro González Iñárritu

    "IT’S BEAUTIFUL AND HAUNTING. Once you've seen his work you'll almost assuredly be converted to his warped-as-f*** sensibility."-David Fear, Rolling Stone

     "A+. A sort of Saturday Night Live of the soul."-Catherine Bray, HitFix

    "TRULY ASTOUNDING. Open-minded audiences will be elated. Andersson is an artist to treasure."-Nicholas Barber, BBC.com

    • 01 Aug 2015
    • 8:50 PM - 10:40 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SAT AUG 01, 8:50p:

    The Films of ROY ANDERSSON

    “Best of Venice Film Festival”

    (Golden Lion Best Film Winner!)

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH

    REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE

    (En duva satt på en gren

    och funderade på tillvaron)

    Directed by ROY ANDERSSON/Sweden/2015/101mins.

    With Holger Andersson, Nils Westblom, Viktor Gyllenberg

    Like a modern day Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, Sam and Jonathan, two traveling salesmen peddling novelty items, take us on a kaleidoscopic wandering through human destiny. It is a journey that unveils the beauty of single moments, the pettiness of others, the humor and tragedy hidden within us, life’s grandeur as well as the ultimate frailty of humanity. (In Swedish with English subtitles)

    WINNER: Venice Film Festival Best Film (Golden Lion)

    International Cinephile Society Best Film Not Released in 2014

    "IF YOU ONLY SEE ONE MOVIE THIS SUMMER, SEE A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE. It builds to an ineffable beauty so sublime that you might have a hard time remembering what it is that other films are even trying to accomplish."-David Erlich, Time Out NY

    "Every stroke of Roy Anderson's cinema is a wonderful sonic canvas that reveals our fragile humanity. It has a unique pace, vision and imagination without losing the beauty of the realism that surrounds it."-Alejandro González Iñárritu

    "IT’S BEAUTIFUL AND HAUNTING. Once you've seen his work you'll almost assuredly be converted to his warped-as-f*** sensibility."-David Fear, Rolling Stone

     "A+. A sort of Saturday Night Live of the soul."-Catherine Bray, HitFix

    "TRULY ASTOUNDING. Open-minded audiences will be elated. Andersson is an artist to treasure."-Nicholas Barber, BBC.com

    • 02 Aug 2015
    • 4:30 PM - 6:15 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

     SUN, AUG 02, 4:30p:

    "Best of Cannes

    (Critic’s Week Grand Prize)

    Exclusive Florida PREVIEW Screening!

    (The engagement starts July 24!)

    THE TRIBE

    Directed by MYROSLAV SLABOSHPYTSKIY/Ukraine/2014/132mins.

    With Grigoriy Fesenko, Yana Novikova, Rosa Babiy

    Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukranian high school for the Deaf. The Tribe unfolds through the non-verbal acting and sign language from a cast of deaf, non-professional actors—with no need for subtitles or voice over––resulting in a unique, never-before-experienced cinematic event that engages the audience on a new sensory level. Teenage Sergey (Grigoriy Fesenko), a new student at the boarding school, realizes immediately that he must prove himself worthy to be brought under the protective wing of the school gang's leader to survive unscathed. After an indoctrination of harmless initiation pranks and rites, Sergey's new-found clique soon introduces him to their common activities of robbery, bribery and prostitution. At first assimilating seamlessly into his new role in the tribe, he finds himself compromised as he begins to fall in love with his female classmate—and one of the gang's escorts—triggering a sequence of stunningly diabolical events.

    (In sign language without subtitles)

    WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Critic’s Week Grand Prize,

    France 4 Visionary Award, Gan Award for Distribution

    European Film Awards European Discovery of the Year

    Fantastic Fest Best Director

    Ghent International Film Festival Best Film

    International Cinephile Awards Best Film Not Distributed in 2014

    Thessaloniki Film Festival Best Director

    São Paulo International Film Festival Best Screenplay

    THREE EXAMPLE 100 METACRITIC REVIEWS:

    “The impact this has on the viewer is remarkable. By about twenty minutes into the film, I found myself "hearing" dialogue as each new scene unfolded. I don't remotely pretend to understand sign language, but the performances, the direction, and the energy of the film manage to communicate clearly everything that is being felt and shared. It's amazing the way it works, and there are so many moments in the film that are remarkable not only for the drama of what we're watching, but for the almost alien quality of what we're looking at.”-HitFix

    “..this deeply compelling debut feature from director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy utterly defies mockery with the seriousness of its subject matter and the intelligence of its execution. And it duly won awards, three in fact: the Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize, the Visionary Award and a Distribution Support Endowment Prize, this last especially good news, we have to think, because despite the difficulty of its themes and the unfriendliness of its comedy-gold logline, this is a film that deserves the biggest arthouse audience possible.”-The Playlist

    “But Slaboshpytskiy’s film is finally most remarkable for the way it strips its characters to their raw, ferocious essence, while still allowing them to fully retain their distinctiveness as individuals. Operating well beyond the fringes of respectable society, these young men and women may well be the pawns and agents of a cruelly exploitative system, but they still come across as thinking, feeling human beings, each one desperately trying to assert his or her own place in a ruthless ruling order. To that end, these untrained actors perform with an intense, abrasive physicality that’s almost frightening in its eloquence; dialogue has rarely seemed more superfluous, as every gesture feels charged with attitude and emotion. The purity of expression Slaboshpytskiy achieves here may well take some viewers back to the silent era, but in finding its own bold cinematic language, “The Tribe” feels like something unmistakably, radically new.”-Variety
       

    • 02 Aug 2015
    • 6:30 PM - 8:20 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SUN AUG 02, 6:30p:

    The Films of ROY ANDERSSON

    “Best of Venice Film Festival”

    (Golden Lion Best Film Winner!)

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH

    REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE

    (En duva satt på en gren

    och funderade på tillvaron)

    Directed by ROY ANDERSSON/Sweden/2015/101mins.

    With Holger Andersson, Nils Westblom, Viktor Gyllenberg

    Like a modern day Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, Sam and Jonathan, two traveling salesmen peddling novelty items, take us on a kaleidoscopic wandering through human destiny. It is a journey that unveils the beauty of single moments, the pettiness of others, the humor and tragedy hidden within us, life’s grandeur as well as the ultimate frailty of humanity. (In Swedish with English subtitles)

    WINNER: Venice Film Festival Best Film (Golden Lion)

    International Cinephile Society Best Film Not Released in 2014

    "IF YOU ONLY SEE ONE MOVIE THIS SUMMER, SEE A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE. It builds to an ineffable beauty so sublime that you might have a hard time remembering what it is that other films are even trying to accomplish."-David Erlich, Time Out NY

    "Every stroke of Roy Anderson's cinema is a wonderful sonic canvas that reveals our fragile humanity. It has a unique pace, vision and imagination without losing the beauty of the realism that surrounds it."-Alejandro González Iñárritu

    "IT’S BEAUTIFUL AND HAUNTING. Once you've seen his work you'll almost assuredly be converted to his warped-as-f*** sensibility."-David Fear, Rolling Stone

     "A+. A sort of Saturday Night Live of the soul."-Catherine Bray, HitFix

    "TRULY ASTOUNDING. Open-minded audiences will be elated. Andersson is an artist to treasure."-Nicholas Barber, BBC.com

    • 02 Aug 2015
    • 8:35 PM - 10:25 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SUN AUG 02, 8:35p:

    The Films of ROY ANDERSSON

    “Best of Venice Film Festival”

    (Golden Lion Best Film Winner!)

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH

    REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE

    (En duva satt på en gren

    och funderade på tillvaron)

    Directed by ROY ANDERSSON/Sweden/2015/101mins.

    With Holger Andersson, Nils Westblom, Viktor Gyllenberg

    Like a modern day Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, Sam and Jonathan, two traveling salesmen peddling novelty items, take us on a kaleidoscopic wandering through human destiny. It is a journey that unveils the beauty of single moments, the pettiness of others, the humor and tragedy hidden within us, life’s grandeur as well as the ultimate frailty of humanity. (In Swedish with English subtitles)

    WINNER: Venice Film Festival Best Film (Golden Lion)

    International Cinephile Society Best Film Not Released in 2014

    "IF YOU ONLY SEE ONE MOVIE THIS SUMMER, SEE A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE. It builds to an ineffable beauty so sublime that you might have a hard time remembering what it is that other films are even trying to accomplish."-David Erlich, Time Out NY

    "Every stroke of Roy Anderson's cinema is a wonderful sonic canvas that reveals our fragile humanity. It has a unique pace, vision and imagination without losing the beauty of the realism that surrounds it."-Alejandro González Iñárritu

    "IT’S BEAUTIFUL AND HAUNTING. Once you've seen his work you'll almost assuredly be converted to his warped-as-f*** sensibility."-David Fear, Rolling Stone

     "A+. A sort of Saturday Night Live of the soul."-Catherine Bray, HitFix

    "TRULY ASTOUNDING. Open-minded audiences will be elated. Andersson is an artist to treasure."-Nicholas Barber, BBC.com

    • 05 Aug 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:40 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
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    WED AUG 05, 7p:

    The Films of ROY ANDERSSON

    “Best of Venice Film Festival”

    (Golden Lion Best Film Winner!)

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH

    REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE

    (En duva satt på en gren

    och funderade på tillvaron)

    Directed by ROY ANDERSSON/Sweden/2015/101mins.

    With Holger Andersson, Nils Westblom, Viktor Gyllenberg

    Like a modern day Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, Sam and Jonathan, two traveling salesmen peddling novelty items, take us on a kaleidoscopic wandering through human destiny. It is a journey that unveils the beauty of single moments, the pettiness of others, the humor and tragedy hidden within us, life’s grandeur as well as the ultimate frailty of humanity. (In Swedish with English subtitles)

    WINNER: Venice Film Festival Best Film (Golden Lion)

    International Cinephile Society Best Film Not Released in 2014

    "IF YOU ONLY SEE ONE MOVIE THIS SUMMER, SEE A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE. It builds to an ineffable beauty so sublime that you might have a hard time remembering what it is that other films are even trying to accomplish."-David Erlich, Time Out NY

    "Every stroke of Roy Anderson's cinema is a wonderful sonic canvas that reveals our fragile humanity. It has a unique pace, vision and imagination without losing the beauty of the realism that surrounds it."-Alejandro González Iñárritu

    "IT’S BEAUTIFUL AND HAUNTING. Once you've seen his work you'll almost assuredly be converted to his warped-as-f*** sensibility."-David Fear, Rolling Stone

     "A+. A sort of Saturday Night Live of the soul."-Catherine Bray, HitFix

    "TRULY ASTOUNDING. Open-minded audiences will be elated. Andersson is an artist to treasure."-Nicholas Barber, BBC.com

    • 05 Aug 2015
    • 8:50 PM - 10:40 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
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    WED AUG 05, 8:50p:

    The Films of ROY ANDERSSON

    “Best of Venice Film Festival”

    (Golden Lion Best Film Winner!)

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH

    REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE

    (En duva satt på en gren

    och funderade på tillvaron)

    Directed by ROY ANDERSSON/Sweden/2015/101mins.

    With Holger Andersson, Nils Westblom, Viktor Gyllenberg

    Like a modern day Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, Sam and Jonathan, two traveling salesmen peddling novelty items, take us on a kaleidoscopic wandering through human destiny. It is a journey that unveils the beauty of single moments, the pettiness of others, the humor and tragedy hidden within us, life’s grandeur as well as the ultimate frailty of humanity. (In Swedish with English subtitles)

    WINNER: Venice Film Festival Best Film (Golden Lion)

    International Cinephile Society Best Film Not Released in 2014

    "IF YOU ONLY SEE ONE MOVIE THIS SUMMER, SEE A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE. It builds to an ineffable beauty so sublime that you might have a hard time remembering what it is that other films are even trying to accomplish."-David Erlich, Time Out NY

    "Every stroke of Roy Anderson's cinema is a wonderful sonic canvas that reveals our fragile humanity. It has a unique pace, vision and imagination without losing the beauty of the realism that surrounds it."-Alejandro González Iñárritu

    "IT’S BEAUTIFUL AND HAUNTING. Once you've seen his work you'll almost assuredly be converted to his warped-as-f*** sensibility."-David Fear, Rolling Stone

     "A+. A sort of Saturday Night Live of the soul."-Catherine Bray, HitFix

    "TRULY ASTOUNDING. Open-minded audiences will be elated. Andersson is an artist to treasure."-Nicholas Barber, BBC.com

    • 06 Aug 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:40 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
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    THU AUG 06, 7p:

    The Films of ROY ANDERSSON

    “Best of Venice Film Festival”

    (Golden Lion Best Film Winner!)

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH

    REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE

    (En duva satt på en gren

    och funderade på tillvaron)

    Directed by ROY ANDERSSON/Sweden/2015/101mins.

    With Holger Andersson, Nils Westblom, Viktor Gyllenberg

    Like a modern day Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, Sam and Jonathan, two traveling salesmen peddling novelty items, take us on a kaleidoscopic wandering through human destiny. It is a journey that unveils the beauty of single moments, the pettiness of others, the humor and tragedy hidden within us, life’s grandeur as well as the ultimate frailty of humanity. (In Swedish with English subtitles)

    WINNER: Venice Film Festival Best Film (Golden Lion)

    International Cinephile Society Best Film Not Released in 2014

    "IF YOU ONLY SEE ONE MOVIE THIS SUMMER, SEE A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE. It builds to an ineffable beauty so sublime that you might have a hard time remembering what it is that other films are even trying to accomplish."-David Erlich, Time Out NY

    "Every stroke of Roy Anderson's cinema is a wonderful sonic canvas that reveals our fragile humanity. It has a unique pace, vision and imagination without losing the beauty of the realism that surrounds it."-Alejandro González Iñárritu

    "IT’S BEAUTIFUL AND HAUNTING. Once you've seen his work you'll almost assuredly be converted to his warped-as-f*** sensibility."-David Fear, Rolling Stone

     "A+. A sort of Saturday Night Live of the soul."-Catherine Bray, HitFix

    "TRULY ASTOUNDING. Open-minded audiences will be elated. Andersson is an artist to treasure."-Nicholas Barber, BBC.com

    • 06 Aug 2015
    • 8:50 PM - 10:40 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    THU AUG 06, 8:50p:

    The Films of ROY ANDERSSON

    “Best of Venice Film Festival”

    (Golden Lion Best Film Winner!)

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH

    REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE

    (En duva satt på en gren

    och funderade på tillvaron)

    Directed by ROY ANDERSSON/Sweden/2015/101mins.

    With Holger Andersson, Nils Westblom, Viktor Gyllenberg

    Like a modern day Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, Sam and Jonathan, two traveling salesmen peddling novelty items, take us on a kaleidoscopic wandering through human destiny. It is a journey that unveils the beauty of single moments, the pettiness of others, the humor and tragedy hidden within us, life’s grandeur as well as the ultimate frailty of humanity. (In Swedish with English subtitles)

    WINNER: Venice Film Festival Best Film (Golden Lion)

    International Cinephile Society Best Film Not Released in 2014

    "IF YOU ONLY SEE ONE MOVIE THIS SUMMER, SEE A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE. It builds to an ineffable beauty so sublime that you might have a hard time remembering what it is that other films are even trying to accomplish."-David Erlich, Time Out NY

    "Every stroke of Roy Anderson's cinema is a wonderful sonic canvas that reveals our fragile humanity. It has a unique pace, vision and imagination without losing the beauty of the realism that surrounds it."-Alejandro González Iñárritu

    "IT’S BEAUTIFUL AND HAUNTING. Once you've seen his work you'll almost assuredly be converted to his warped-as-f*** sensibility."-David Fear, Rolling Stone

     "A+. A sort of Saturday Night Live of the soul."-Catherine Bray, HitFix

    "TRULY ASTOUNDING. Open-minded audiences will be elated. Andersson is an artist to treasure."-Nicholas Barber, BBC.com

    • 08 Aug 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:40 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SAT AUG 08, 7p:

    The Films of ROY ANDERSSON

    “Best of Venice Film Festival”

    (Golden Lion Best Film Winner!)

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH

    REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE

    (En duva satt på en gren

    och funderade på tillvaron)

    Directed by ROY ANDERSSON/Sweden/2015/101mins.

    With Holger Andersson, Nils Westblom, Viktor Gyllenberg

    Like a modern day Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, Sam and Jonathan, two traveling salesmen peddling novelty items, take us on a kaleidoscopic wandering through human destiny. It is a journey that unveils the beauty of single moments, the pettiness of others, the humor and tragedy hidden within us, life’s grandeur as well as the ultimate frailty of humanity. (In Swedish with English subtitles)

    WINNER: Venice Film Festival Best Film (Golden Lion)

    International Cinephile Society Best Film Not Released in 2014

    "IF YOU ONLY SEE ONE MOVIE THIS SUMMER, SEE A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE. It builds to an ineffable beauty so sublime that you might have a hard time remembering what it is that other films are even trying to accomplish."-David Erlich, Time Out NY

    "Every stroke of Roy Anderson's cinema is a wonderful sonic canvas that reveals our fragile humanity. It has a unique pace, vision and imagination without losing the beauty of the realism that surrounds it."-Alejandro González Iñárritu

    "IT’S BEAUTIFUL AND HAUNTING. Once you've seen his work you'll almost assuredly be converted to his warped-as-f*** sensibility."-David Fear, Rolling Stone

     "A+. A sort of Saturday Night Live of the soul."-Catherine Bray, HitFix

    "TRULY ASTOUNDING. Open-minded audiences will be elated. Andersson is an artist to treasure."-Nicholas Barber, BBC.com

    • 09 Aug 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:40 PM
    • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
    • 60

     

    SUN AUG 09, 7p:

    The Films of ROY ANDERSSON

    “Best of Venice Film Festival”

    (Golden Lion Best Film Winner!)

    Miami Premiere Engagement!

    A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH

    REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE

    (En duva satt på en gren

    och funderade på tillvaron)

    Directed by ROY ANDERSSON/Sweden/2015/101mins.

    With Holger Andersson, Nils Westblom, Viktor Gyllenberg

    Like a modern day Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, Sam and Jonathan, two traveling salesmen peddling novelty items, take us on a kaleidoscopic wandering through human destiny. It is a journey that unveils the beauty of single moments, the pettiness of others, the humor and tragedy hidden within us, life’s grandeur as well as the ultimate frailty of humanity. (In Swedish with English subtitles)

    WINNER: Venice Film Festival Best Film (Golden Lion)

    International Cinephile Society Best Film Not Released in 2014

    "IF YOU ONLY SEE ONE MOVIE THIS SUMMER, SEE A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE. It builds to an ineffable beauty so sublime that you might have a hard time remembering what it is that other films are even trying to accomplish."-David Erlich, Time Out NY

    "Every stroke of Roy Anderson's cinema is a wonderful sonic canvas that reveals our fragile humanity. It has a unique pace, vision and imagination without losing the beauty of the realism that surrounds it."-Alejandro González Iñárritu

    "IT’S BEAUTIFUL AND HAUNTING. Once you've seen his work you'll almost assuredly be converted to his warped-as-f*** sensibility."-David Fear, Rolling Stone