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          PAUL NEWMAN (1925-2008)  
        “NEWMAN DIRECTS” FINALE is THU OCT 02 at 7pm!
                      
                       Photo: Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward circa 1958
  
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The ongoing HD film festival where you don’t just watch, you experience!

 

512 Española Way at Plaza España, 3 blocks from the beach (305) 67-FILMS (673-567) 

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 “BEST ARTS UPGRADE…an absolute playground for the true film 

 aficionado. HD is sure to make one cool destination even better.

 –Miami Sunpost BEST OF SOUTH FLORIDA 2008

“BEST PLACE TO WATCH A MOVIE”

Miami Sunpost BEST OF SOUTH FLORIDA 2008,”Personal Best”, Octavio Campos

 

TIME CHANGE!

(so you can catch the VP debate also)

OCT. 02 THU 7 pm:

NEWMAN DIRECTS #3:

The Effect of Gamma Rays on

Man in the Moon Marigolds (1972) 100min.

With Joanne Woodward, Nell Potts (Elinor Newman), Roberta Wallach

“Life’s been a real bitch to Beatrice Hunsdorfer. And vice versa.”

Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Paul Zindel, this is another critically acclaimed joint effort of husband and wife team Newman and Woodward. Produced and directed by Newman, Woodward portrays the eccentric young widow who is raising her two disparate daughters in an atmosphere of bitterness, hatred and over-protection that threatens their very growth and development. The title of the movie reflects the mothers’ anger at her daughter’s science teacher, when her daughter’s experiment shows how radiation kills marigolds, but sometimes causes them to grow more beautiful. This experiment becomes a metaphor for her own life, as she struggles to bloom in a household deadened by her mother’s alcoholism and her sister’s lethargy.

~All Movie Guide

Official Selection Cannes Film Festival

WINNER: Cannes Film Festival Best Actress

“The talents of everyone connected to this film are unmistakable, including Mr. Newman, a director of sensitive and straightforward style”—NY Times

Newman has gotten it all together here as a director, letting the story and the players unfolds with simplicity, restraint and discernment.”–Variety

 

 

 

 

 

TICKETS:

FILMS: $10 or $7 MBC Members / Students / Seniors

Doors open fifteen minutes before screenings

Where the Design Lies: Recreating MIAMI Exhibition: complimentary

 

 

COMING in OCTOBER:

(complete month details…next email!)

“POLITICS, anyone?”starting with… 

 

 

03 FRI, 04 SAT 8:30pm:

An MBC Premiere HD DIGITAL Presentation!

In collaboration with Emerging Pictures  

Miami Premiere!

Stealing America: Vote by Vote

(Dorothy Fadiman/documentary/2008)

 

It is our right as Americans to vote, but in the era of hanging chads and malfunctioning voting machines, how can we be sure that those votes really count? For anyone who ever wondered

just how electronic votes are tallied and hope susceptible voting machines are to tampering, Dorothy Fadiman’s eye-opening documentary (which features interviews with the likes of Jon Stewart, John F. Kennedy, Jr. and Stephen Colbert) is sure to make you take pause the

next time you step into a voting booth and cast your ballot.

Stealing America : Vote by Vote mounts its case with hardheaded numerical logic.

The result will leave you wondering if we’re in for a fresh recount disaster this fall.”
— Owen Gleiberman
Entertainment Weekly

“ELECTRIFYING and STUNNING! A Clear Vision”—The Boston Globe

“POWERFUL and TRIUMPHANT! Engaging!”—The Phoenix Sun

 

 

05 SUN, 06 MON 8pm:

Miami Premiere!

 

MBC joins “Culture In The City” to host. . .

The Sugar Babies

The Plight of the Children of Agricultural Workers in the Sugar Industry in the Dominican Republic

(Amy Serrano/documentary/2007) Narrated by Edwidge Danticat

Until now, the disturbing remnants of colonial slavery were carefully hidden in paradise…..While exposing those who continue to profit, the feature-length documentary film “The Sugar Babies” vividly explores the lives of the descendants of the first Africans delivered to the islandof Hispaniola for the bittersweet commodity that once ruled the world.  These very same people continue to be trafficked to work in sugar under circumstances that

can only be considered modern day slavery. The Sugar Babies” examines the moral price

of sugar — present and past — from the perspective of the conditions surrounding the children of sugar cane cutters of Haitian ancestry in the Dominican Republic, and the continuing denial

of their basic human rights. 

WINNER: Jury Prize for Best Documentary, Delray Beach Film Festival

Official Selection: Montreal International Film Festival, New Orleans Human Rights Film Festival, United Nations Through Women’s Eyes Film Festival

“Documentaries don’t get much better than this either in content or technical quality.”
Jan Holmes, Administrative Director, UNIFEM, Through Women’s Eyes International Film Festival

Q&A with award winning director Amy Serrano will follow the film.

Panel discussion on Sunday with Amy Serrano and Mr. Alan Farago

of “FRIENDS of the EVERGLADES” organization, and Tico Pujals on

Corporate Social Responsibility.

 

 

 

 

T H  E   M  I  A  M  I    B  E  A  C  H    C  I  N  E  M  A  T  H  E Q  U E

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

512 Española Way at Plaza España (305) 67-FILMS (673-4567) www.MBCINEMA.com

 

    

 

 

 Ordinary

 movies?

 NEVER!

 

 

 GOODBYE PAUL! We will forever love you and your work! 

 Photo: ©Leo Fuchs

 

MBC is supported by the Miami Beach Cultural Arts Council and the

Miami-Dade Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council,

the Miami Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners

 

 

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~ por masqueinstantes en septiembre 30, 2008.

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