August 20th through Aug 31st, 2007. 3:00 to 7:00 p.m.Make Your Own Documentary is a workshop taking place at Centro Cultural Español at the end of August. This workshop is aimed to show how a documentary piece can be accomplished regardless of financial considerations, showing the multiple narrative possibilities of documentary filmmaking. The workshop is addressed to students in the audiovisual field or people interested in filmmaking with no experience. It will provide both, theory and hands-on training where students will develop a personal project based on a common subject: The Cultural Diversity in Miami. Make Your Own Documentary is organized in three-stage basis: script, filming and editing and it be taught by filmmakers Belén González Blanco and Jean Castejón Gilabert. Registration includes theoretical and practical classes. Each participant will bring his personal camera. Registration is limited. CCE will do a selection among the applicants.
FilmGate Miami’s Swamp DOCS brings up a conversation series exploring current issues affecting the South East Region of the US. This event provides informative support to documentarians and digital journalists. We at FilmGate Miami are stoked to have this officially open to the public. The Swamp Docs event features a pitch session segment for projects that need assistance & guidance followed by … +
Film JACO will be screening at The Wick, in a one-time-only opportunity to enjoy it full frame and get in contact with Jaco’s very family and friends, besides the film director himself. Film JACO is all about star musician Jaco Pastorius and his great contribution to music. For many, the best and most influential bass guitarist ever, who’s being remember for his … +
In a brief yet prolific career, Ana Mendieta created groundbreaking work that addressed themes such as exile, displacement, and a return to the landscape, all of which remain a source of public fascination and mystery. In 1981, she became the first Cuban exile to be given permission to create works on the island and chose to carve a series of abstracted female forms into … +
The premiere of the Theater Play, La Golondrina by the Spanish play-writer Guillem Clua, inspired by the Pulse nightclub terrorist attacks in Orlando (USA) will take place at MDCA on September 12th-14th. What is it that make us human? Among all the things that we are and we do, what is it that truly defines our human nature? For Amelia, a mother heart … +
In the 1940s and ’50s, Havana’s love affair with Hollywood saw movie stars like Ava Gardner, Marlon Brando, and Gary Cooper flock to the Caribbean—and immortalize the tropical island’s paradise and pleasures on the silver screen. The 2018 documentary follows the history of the American cinema craze in Cuba to one actor’s mountaintop meeting with a young Fidel Castro before the Revolution. … +
Following the critically-acclaimed world premiere at Tribeca Film Festival, Between Me and My Mind comes to movie theaters nationwide for a special one-night-only screening on Wednesday, July 17. A few minutes into this intimate look at the creative process of founding Phish guitarist and vocalist Trey Anastasio, it is clear that he is exploding with his unique brand of songwriting and creativity. … +