A piece of paradise a half block wide and a whole summer long.
After a bloody civil war, the Macbeths are propelled towards the crown by forces of elemental darkness.
Need a delivery made? Call Kiki!
Two kids seek the courage to confront the past – and save their newly formed friendship.
A tribute to early aviation and the reckless flyboys whose home was the open sky.
A group of tanuki rally against suburban construction encroaching on their peaceful forest.
Haru must find her way back home after being flung into a fantastical feline world.
A teenage drama rarely seen outside of Japan.
A mysterious, magical cat brings together two young lovers.
Ursula K. LeGuin’s Earthsea cycle gets adapted Studio Ghibli-style.
Enter a world where the night never ends, where a man has no past, and where humanity has no future.
A young girl with a mysterious pendant falls out of the sky in the very first film by Studio Ghibli.
A beautiful achievement in animation by Studio Ghibli co-founder Isao Takahata.
The landmark film that introduced an entire generation to the colorful and lyrical storytelling of Studio Ghibli.
Isao Takahata again demonstrates that anime can thrive outside children’s fantasies.
A young woman seeks to break a curse with help from a wizard and his magical, walking castle.
A ghost story – with a Studio Ghibli twist.
The transcendent, beautiful debut from Hayao Miyazaki.
The small will stand tallest of all.
A heartwarming tale that captures the sheer enchantment of childhood and magic of nature.
Ramen is life in Juzo Itami’s rapturous “ramen western.”
A magical goldfish yearns to be a human girl in Miyazaki’s twist on The Little Mermaid.
Four vignettes about an atypical Japanese family.
A brother and sister struggle to survive in war-time Japan.
Miyazaki’s spellbinding swan song.
An epic story of conflict between humans, gods, and nature.
An intimate, behind-the-scenes look at the notoriously insular Studio Ghibli.
Only three men stood up for the town when all hell broke loose.
The songs of George Harrison live forever as performed by an all-star ensemble of friends and bandmates.
Boy, have we got a vacation for you!
Audience favorites and award-winning international short films, hand-picked from the 2017 New York International Children’s Film Festival. This Sensory Friendly screening is free and open to the public.
Fassbinder’s epic miniseries is all about family.
The Consulate General of Italy in Miami presents four unique contemporary Italian films. Free admission and open to the public.
Academy Award nominee Benedict Cumberbatch (BBC’s Sherlock, The Imitation Game, Frankenstein at the National Theatre) takes on the title role in Shakespeare’s great tragedy.
France in the 1970s. Young, in love, and in trouble.
Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero are back but this time, it’s actually good.
Catherine Deneuve takes a walk on the wild side as a part-time prostitute.
Kermit the Frog and the Muppets head to Hollywood.
Why the Soviet system collapsed in one hilarious movie.
Four shorts about Miami made by Miamians.
Rian Johnson and Joseph Gordon-Levitt shake things up in a dark noir set against a high school backdrop.
A poison pen valentine to a leading light of the French New Wave.
It’s not the lunatics from the asylum who are insane.
The Sailor Scouts sing their way into battle in this production based on the iconic anime series.
A program of short films from around the world, selected by the 2017 New York International Children’s Film Festival. This Sensory Friendly screening is free and open to the public.
In French wine country, the family that harvests together, stays together.
What a glorious feeling!
Sam Raimi wraps teenage adolescence in a superhero veneer in the web-slinging Spider-Man’s original film debut.
Ben Whishaw and Michelle Fairley play Brutus and Cassius in Nicholas Hytner's staging of Shakespeare's ever-relevant play.
Artists and activists expose the human connection to current mass extinctions.
Boy meets girl and all hell breaks loose in fair Verona.
Children living in a slum built on a landfill in Paraguay create an orchestra made of trash, The Recycled Orchestra, and tour the world, finally realizing their wildest dream: to play with the heavy metal band, Megadeth.
You’ll never hear ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ the same way again.
A feat of stop-motion animation sure to leave your tail wagging in excitement.
You are invited to a remarkable family gathering.
Wes Anderson’s unique visual pop brings a Roald Dahl children’s novel to animated life.
The alien xenomorph begins its reign of terror in Ridley Scott's space-set haunted house story.
Enjoy your stay and please don’t mind the murder.
The 20th anniversary of Wes Anderson’s quirky coming of age story – on 35mm.
A pair of young lovers learn that adulthood is not always the answer.
A thrilling revival of Tennessee Williams' twentieth-century masterpiece.
Jason Statham is adrenaline personified in this no-holds-barred double feature.
Miami Film Festival presents a special Rossy de Palma film.
Masaaki Yuasa's fun house of kaleidoscopic visual tricks returns to theaters after a decade.
Tickets are now on sale for the 35th Miami Film Festival. The much-anticipated 10-day Festival will feature fabulous galas, special events, tribute nights, masterclasses and some very special guests you won't want to miss!
She was bad. She was dangerous. But she was his kind of woman.
Gary Oldman’s Oscar-winning turn as Winston Churchill is one for the history books.
A sumptuous Oscar-winning feast for the eyes about the idylls of youth and love.
A mother seeking justice for her daughter will stop at nothing in this two-time Oscar winner.
The armies of the night are 100,000 strong and they are all out to get the Warriors.
Academy Award Nominee The Secret of Kells is a gorgeous and enchanting tale inspired by Irish mythology.
The horror film of the year – with a dash of comedy and commentary.
As a farewell gesture, an Iranian master opens a window to the mysteries of life inside a frame.
Three’s company. In Tel Aviv, it’s complicated.
Only those who lived before the revolution know about the sweetness of life.
What is more human than human?
The stuff that dreams are made of.
There's no one in the capital who can show you a better night on the piss than Karl Heinrich Marx.
Kate Winslet and Jim Carrey try to forget each other but fate has other plans.
The prince isn’t charming, the sidekick isn’t helping, and the ogre is the hero.
The life of a dreamer, the days of a business, and the nights in between.
Marina needs to mourn the loss of her loved one and is rejected by a family hostile to her gender identity.
A delightful 80-year-old French classic, as fresh as today’s headlines.
The recently discovered, uncut Italian print of Dario Argento's masterpiece.
One of the best cinematic renditions of the Caped Crusader celebrates 25 years.
Stephen Sondheim's legendary musical staged for the first time at the National Theatre.
An immigrant from Poland who, at 90, tries to rediscover himself physically, mentally and spiritually while living in a limbo between his past in the old continent and the present.
Sara Silverstein suddenly finds herself involved in various violent attacks. She realizes she needs to unravel her father’s past to stop this threat.
The Six Day War, June 9th, 1967. An Israeli sergeant and an Egyptian soldier encounter each other in an abandoned UNEF post in the Sinai desert on the day after the Israeli/Egyptian cease fire.
An All-American trucker gets dragged into a centuries-old mystical battle in John Carpenter's classic action-packed 80's comedy.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest film and Daniel Day-Lewis’ last add up to 6 Oscar nominations.
On a cold, wintry night, Lena shows up on the doorstep of the Rossberg family mansion. She claims her car has broken down, but Lena has another purpose: she is in pursuit of a former Auschwitz guard.
Dan Freilich, a handsome and dozy nerd, has everything he could ever hope for and then some. But a chance encounter with a waitress in Jerusalem makes him realize something was missing after all – true love.
Tevye, the milkman, struggles to support his wife and five daughters. He knows that their only way out of poverty is to make successful marital matches.
Based on the true story of Elisabeth Eidenbenz (1913-2011) and her female co-workers who saved the lives of almost 600 infants in World War II.
Welcome to the real Hogwarts: Tannen's Magic Camp, the most prestigious magic institution in the world.
On a faraway planet where giants rule, oppressed humanoids rebel against the machine-like leaders. Fantastic Planet is animated epic that is by turns surreal and lovely, fantastic and graceful.
SAT. JAN 13 - 11:15 pm
On a faraway planet where giants rule, oppressed humanoids rebel against the machine-like leaders. Fantastic Planet is animated epic that is by turns surreal and lovely, fantastic and graceful.
The terror from the deep – in 3D!
What’s the most you’ve ever lost on a coin toss?
You know A Christmas Carol; this is how it happened.
To save humanity, sometimes you need a monster.
The incredible Billie Piper returns in her Evening Standard Best Actress award-winning role.
All you need is love in the season’s classiest date movie.
Is she a kid ... or is she kidding?
“Oh hai, Mark!” Meet Greg Sestero as he recounts the hilarious and inspiring true story behind the $6 million cinematic catastrophe called The Room.
Get ready to dance like no one’s watching.
A 35th anniversary celebration of E.T.’s adventure on Earth.
A timely comic fable about people and borders.
The battle of Hogwarts has begun.
Still the same old story, a fight for love and glory, a case of do or die.
The hunt for the seven Horcruxes begins.
A film so bad it’s…well, see for yourself!
The beginning of the end.
Takashi Miike’s infamous sadomasochistic take on the yakuza genre.
Dumbledore’s Army assembles.
The Triwizard tournament arrives as friendships are put to the test.
Something wicked this way comes.
Get on up and check the scene of the smoothest, baddest mother to ever hit the big screen!
Growing up is hard to do, but does mother know best?
She has everything that it takes to make a lovely woman, except the one essential: an understanding heart.
The Chamber of Secrets has opened. Enemies of the heir…beware!
The Boy Who Lived begins his magical journey.
“You’re trying to seduce me, Mrs. Robinson ... Aren’t you?”
Giovanni is in hock to his eyeballs, literally.
The summer’s most fun film – on 35mm.
A testament to the power of art to bridge cultures and generations. Recommended ages 9+
Female perspectives from around the world are front and center in this popular shorts program. Recommended ages 10+
Make you own movie! In this movie-making workshop for children ages 7-12, your child will have fun exploring how to make their own short movies using a green screen. Join us for a creative afternoon of art & film.
A boisterous and stylized Spanish caper that evokes J.M. Barrie and Jules Verne. Recommended ages 8+
Introduction to Animation Character Design Workshop for children and teens ages 9-14. Learn the basics of character design this special hands-on workshops and collaborate together to create an animation short.
Waiting for Godot with Irish hit-men, Catholic guilt, and the foulest mouths ever heard.
Join us on the Plaza directly in front of the Gables Cinema. Fun for the whole family to enjoy before and after the films with face painting, balloons, music, a dance party and more. This event is free and open to the public!
Opening Reception at 4:00 pm
A tale of bravery set against the beautiful English countryside of 1935. Free reception for members including music, light bites, drinks and more! Recommended ages 6+
An intimate portrait of a trailblazer and one of the world's most admired conservationists.
An incredible tale of survival and friendship in the face of adversity. Recommended ages 12+
They just reach in and tie a string of lights around your heart.
A chilling tale of extreme isolation.
A celebration of the means of summoning the creative spirit, otherwise known as a typewriter.
The battle for tomorrow has begun.
Edward Albee's landmark play is a flawless, superlative production.
A ghost story and a love story you’ll not soon forget.
Restored 35mm prints of the most beloved children’s films of all time.
A hallucinatory trip where time and space blur.
An evening of Henry Mancini.
Whatever you do, don’t fall asleep!
Yaël Farber's radical retelling of the classic tale.
There’s a new sheriff in town – and he’s not what the townsfolk expected.
An extraordinary true story of a queen and her new best friend.
Call him indestructible.
As the guitar soars, so does the finest Flamenco music.
The first ever NY Dog Film Festival comes to Coral Gables - a festival to benefit Miami-Dade Animal Services.
Be excellent to each other!
Jude Law stars in a new stage adaptation of Luchino Visconti's 1943 film.
Hope never dies; neither does love.
A rousing tribute to Latin Jazz, the music that loves life best.
A murderous tale of a wife, her lover and an inconvenient husband.
An erotically-charged crime drama from the Wachowski’s – before they made The Matrix.
Penélope Cruz has a roving eye and a personal score to settle with General Franco.
A Spanish crew films a musical in Nazi Germany, with tragicomic results.
Two exploitation films and a bunch of fake trailers – need anything more?
A teacher lifted them up and never let them down.
Part two of Tony Kushner's multi-award winning two part play.
Join us for the free NASA live stream of the momentous 2017 total solar eclipse. Walk-in anytime!
Say it once, say it twice…but we dare you to say it three times!
Bridget Jones has a Spanish cousin and her name is María.
Part one of Tony Kushner's multi-award winning two-part play.
Free panel discussion exploring Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk.
One of anime’s first blood-and-guts fantasies.
In Ibiza, Marthe Keller's turbulent past resurfaces through her relationship with a young composer.
A conversation with legendary cult Film Director William Grefe.
A black and white delight – as director George Miller intended.
A brand new 35mm print of the film that opened Tarantino’s illustrious career.
The event that shaped our world.
A truth too frightening to ignore.
An adventure 65 million years in the making.
Following the acclaimed Jane Eyre, director Sally Cookson brings her wondrously inventive to the National Theatre after a sell-out run at Bristol Old Vic.
Marx and Coca-Cola: never the twain shall meet?
With striking visuals, The Painting lives and triumphs on the strength of its imagery and powerful story.
Welcome to Con Air.
Celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the Age of Aquarius and the stars who made it rock.
When East meets West, the Champion remains standing.
You'd best not mess with these women.
It took more than one man to break baseball’s color line. It took a generation.
Try to find a reference that Edgar Wright didn’t include in his pitch perfect adaption of Bryan Lee O’Malley’s comic book series.
In the Zone, dreams become reality.
The Soviet response to 2001: A Space Odyssey.
David Leveaux’s new production marks the 50th anniversary of the play that made a young Tom Stoppard’s name overnight.
Pity Rosalind Russell, having to choose between domesticity and Cary Grant.
Michael Jordan. Bugs Bunny. Need we say more?
Enroll now for the Florida Film Institute's Summer Film Camp, a six week intense filmmaking summer program for high school students ages 13-18. The Summer Film Camp takes place June 12 to July 21, 2017.
It’s not just a job, it’s an adventure.
Is she the love of his life or a cold-blooded killer?
All's well that ends well with a love that dares not speak its name.
The greatest adventure in film history.
The Age of Aquarius is tested in 1970s Copenhagen.
They’re here to save the world…in glorious 70mm!
The happy ending to a Cuban music fairy tale.
The greatest adventure a man ever lived ... with a woman.
One night only screening of the black and white version of Logan featuring pre-recorded post-film Q&A with director James Mangold and star Hugh Jackman!
Get your ass to Mars.
Tamsin Greig is Malvolia in a new twist on Shakespeare’s classic comedy of mistaken identity.
A prize-laden throwback to a time when Italian movies were wondrous.
Melvin lost his job, his truck, and his wife. Then Howard Hughes left him $156,000,000.
Seven deadly sins. Seven ways to die.
It’s the hard-knock life for little orphan Annie in the classic musical.
You'll laugh till your heart breaks.
He's been a husband, a lover, a cuckold, and a communist. Now he just wants to be free.
Giancarlo Giannini is torn between the two in his Cannes prize-winning performance.
It’s one mad man against a mad, mad world.
An intimate tale of two wars - between the classes and between the sexes.
A cat has nine lives, almost as many as Pasqualino.
The whole world knows the music. Nobody knows the man.
A double bill of time travel classics La Jetée and 12 Monkeys.
The greatest sister act in movies puts on a show you'll not soon forget.
No leader can survive becoming a legend.
The director’s cut of one of the greatest horror movies returns to the big screen.
Ruth Wilson (Luther, The Affair, Jane Eyre) plays the title role in a new version by Patrick Marber (Notes on a Scandal, Closer).
The perfect caper that is music to your ears.
Got a vampire problem? Never fear, Vampisol is here!
The spirit of the nation is in her hands.
Remember the fifth of November – and John Hurt.
The battle lines are drawn in Cuba where gender is clearly defined.
When a criminal mastermind uses a trio of orphan girls as pawns for a grand scheme, he finds their love is profoundly changing him for the better.
It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen.
Joe Bowers wakes up 500 years in the future and finds his average mind is the smartest in the world.
In the aftermath of World War I, a young German woman mourning the death of her fiancé encounters a mysterious Frenchman laying flowers on her beloved's grave.
Hail to the king on his 25th anniversary.
While emigrating to the United States, a young Russian mouse gets separated from his family in Don Bluth's classic animated tale.
Dreams, life ... they're the same. Else life's not worth living.
Every bit as memorable as the music it celebrates.
Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney make something wonderful out of being alive.
The great Catherine Deneuve is driven to lunacy by the horror machinations of Roman Polanski.
Gemma Arterton is Joan of Arc, recorded at the Donmar Warehouse.
A testament to the resilience of the human heart.
The movie everyone talks about but no one gives away its secrets.
Luc Besson’s kick-ass sci-fi jamboree celebrates a 20th anniversary.
William Goldman’s postmodern fairy tale is full of swashbuckling fun and comedy along with, yes, a bit of kissing.
Tickets are now on sale for the 34th Miami Film Festival, taking place March 3-12, 2017. The much-anticipated 10-day Festival will feature 131 films from 40 countries, fabulous parties, and some very special guests you won't want to miss!
Only those who lived before the revolution know the sweetness of life.
Get your bunny suits ready for a 35mm screening of the original cut.
Keep your family close and your secrets closer.
Music. Power. Jealousy. Recorded directly from the National Theatre, with live orchestral accompaniment by Southbank Sinfonia.
The film is so funny, it was banned in Norway!
Going my way?
Julie Andrews stars as the magical nanny that bring a family together through the power of song and adventure in Robert Stevenson's beloved musical.
An unhinged American general orders a first strike nuclear attack on Russia and a war room of politicians and military try stop it – now that’s comedy!
The bonds of matrimony are tested in the new film by Iran's master of suspense.
The original cyberpunk anime returns to the big screen with an exclusive 15 minute bonus feature.
So you think you've seen it all? Think again.
You're cordially invited to a formal dinner party that goes on forever.
The only good bug is a dead bug.
Inspired by real-life swindler Chikli Gilbert, infamous for his 2005 ‘fake president’ scam, Vincent Alba delights with his fictitious spin on this rogue.
After spending 22 years in the army, an Israeli soldier finds it a challenge to be a civilian in his altered home country.
Dir. Andreas Gruber's drama based on Elisabeth Escher's true-life novel Schlafende Hunde.
Puttin' on the Ritz.
Following their hit run on Broadway, Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart return to the West End stage in Harold Pinter’s No Man's Land, recorded at Wyndham’s Theatre, London.
A poignant love letter to the people who raise us and the times that form us.
Emilio D'Alessandro, Stanley Kubrick's personal driver, helps the famed director create four cinematic masterpieces.
Dir. Kai Wessel addresses one of the greatest taboos in German history with the award winning film Fog in August, based on Robert Domes' 2008 historical novel by the same name.
Dir. Roee Florentin's wonderful new Israeli rom-com about life, love and dogs.
A heart-warming story full of hope, dreams and second chances. Katherine Mitchell wasn't looking for love a second time, not at her age, and certainly not with cranky Isaac Shapiro.
In the 21st century, a weapon will be invented like no other. It will have only one purpose: to return to the present and prevent the future.
Co-directors Stéphane Aubier and Vincent Patar are back with two new specials, featuring the surreal, freewheeling adventures of three plasticine toys: Cowboy, Indian, and Horse.
Maybe it's best to leave well enough alone.
If it takes forever, will she wait for you?
A 35th anniversary screening of a cult classic on 35mm.
Make you own musical instruments! Your child will have fun exploring how to make easy home-made musical instruments with found objects. Join us for a creative afternoon of art & music.
Featuring a breakthrough performance from one adorable duck! Birds of Passage is a story of friendship, independence, and belonging.
A love letter to the game of baseball from the place you'd least expect.
When a young orphaned boy living on the streets of Shibuya stumbles upon a fantastic world of beasts, he's taken in by a warrior beast looking for an apprentice.
Stop-Motion Animation Workshop for young children ages 6 and up. Learn the basics of animation in this special hands-on workshops and collaborate together to create a stop-motion short.
Warm, funny, and brilliantly animated, this compilation of Shaun the Sheep shorts add to the growing stop-motion jewel in Aardman's family-friendly crown.
Full of fantasy and adventure, Molly Monster is a fable about an incredible journey across mountains, canyons and seas.
In this animated Oscar contender, young Russian aristocrat Sasha has always been fascinated by her grandfather's life as an explorer. She soon finds herself on an adventure of her own.
Audience favorites and award-winning international short films, hand-picked from the 2016 New York International Children’s Film Festival for children ages 8 and up.
From walking disaster to kung fu master.
Join us on the Plaza directly in front of the Gables Cinema for face painting, balloon animals, music and dancing, ice cream, and more! Fun for the whole family to enjoy before and after the films! Open to the public!
A program of short films from around the world, selected by the 2016 New York International Children’s Film Festival for young children ages 3-8.
Special Reception Screening
Born and raised in captivity, a capuchin monkey suddenly finds himself fighting for survival in the wilds of the Amazon jungle in this remarkable live-action adventure. Film and Party tickets $15 adults / $10 Children / $12 Members.
The final days of the most significant presidency of our time, from the vantage point of an unforgettable First Lady.
The hilarious lengths that Nino Manfredi goes through to put a roof over his head.
Tim Burton's wonderful tale of an outsider is here just in time for the holiday season.
Adam Sandler at the Gables Cinema!? Only in a PTA film.
An epic documentary that explores the vast world of the Arctic.
A con man. A call girl. And a suitcase full of trouble.
Coming to terms with life's vagaries on the road to redemption.
May you be in Heaven half an hour before the Devil knows you're dead. Everyone in the film is running about 35 minutes late.
Life is in their hands. Death is on their minds.
Paul Newman is Frank Galvin, an attorney with one last chance at a big case. Everybody wants to settle, but Galvin is determined to defy them all.
Oscar-nominated Al Pacino is an honest cop who turns on his crooked colleagues at the NYPD.
Don’t you dare forget to return those video tapes.
Peter Finch is Howard Beale. He's mad as hell and he's not going to take it anymore.
The greatest American play of the 20th century comes to the screen in all its glory.
The robbery should have taken 10 minutes - before it became the hottest thing on live TV. And it's all true.
A candid self-portrait of a man who made classic American movies for half-a-century.
The urban flip-side of American Graffiti. Growing up in the cultural gulf between Dion and Dylan.
Scarlett Johansson and Thora Birch play matchmaker to Steve Buscemi in an adaptation of Daniel Clowes's graphic novel of the same name.
A darkly comic new take on Brecht and Weill’s raucous musical produced by the National Theatre and starring Rory Kinnear.
When taking your life into your own hands is the last resort.
We'll all have what she's having in this classic New York romcom.
Set out with the young brontosaurus Littlefoot and his friends for the journey of a lifetime.
Present-day Havana stars in a stunning portrait of a city-in-waiting.
Hannibal the Cannibal provides the scariest therapy session of your life.
At age 65, Sonia Braga is sexier than ever in her greatest film since Dona Flor.
F.W. Murnau’s classic 1922 German Expressionist horror film featuring a live-score by Richard Vergez (Möthersky, Drowning the Virgin Silence) in partnership with Miami Music Club.
Jean Reno teaches Natalie Portman, in her feature film debut, how to be the perfect assassin in Luc Besson’s 1994 thriller.
The Israeli film of the year is a heartbreaking tale of Bedouin women bound by tradition and yearning to be free.
Now you can now have both, the moon and the stars - in 35mm.
You must remember this: it's a rare opportunity to see it in 35mm.
"When I arrive at my destination, I am gonna kill Bill.”
Helen McCrory (Medea and The Last of the Haussmans at the National Theatre, Penny Dreadful, Peaky Blinders) returns to the National Theatre in Terence Rattigan’s devastating masterpiece, playing one of the greatest female roles in contemporary drama.
The Golden Age of Hollywood action epics is alive and well - in Korea.
MEMORY, Borscht Corporation & MFDP come together to bring "Program No. 2" to South Florida! Don't miss the FREE screening of this exclusive collection of short films by award winning and emerging filmmakers.
A drug-free hallucinogenic trip in eye-popping 70mm, as the word was understood three decades before the movie was made.
The definitive uncut version worthy of its creator - in glorious 70mm and featuring more stars than there are in heaven.
The desert beckons. Join Lawrence in this once-in-a-lifetime 70mm adventure.
Michael Myers comes to town in the restoration of the John Carpenter film that spawned an entire genre of horror.
E.B. White's best-selling children's novel is translated to the screen in animated musical splendor.
One of the screen's most alluring sirens as you've never seen her before.
A romantic comedy. With zombies.
Look out, when the sins of the past catch up with the present.
The deeper you go, the weirder life gets.
Following its smash-hit original broadcast, the Young Vic’s ‘magnetic, electrifying, astonishingly bold’ production of A View from the Bridge returns to cinemas due to audience demand.
The Beatles' hardworking years, in 4K picture restoration and digitally remastered 5.1 surround sound.
"La-di-da, la-di-da, la la."
A marriage of convenience in a present-day Mayan community and a young woman who refuses to accept a future chosen by her parents: combustible elements in a film of hypnotic beauty and natural splendor.
We're celebrating Antonioni's epochal thriller with a rare 35mm one-time-only screening. Join the party.
"Revenge is a dish best served cold." – Old Klingon Proverb
Mother's dying as a film is being made and leading man John Turturro is acting up. What's a director to do?
Portrait of the artist as a young man - in present-day Spain.
Did you know that Adaptation. was actually co-written by Charlie’s twin brother,
Nicolas Cage Donald Kaufman?
Love is in the air. Paris on less than a dime. Last call for a summer vacation.
Yes, love hurts, but the question is: how long does it last?
Where were you in '62?
Lemme hear you say fight the power!
The hilarious backstory to The Beatles' "She's Leaving Home," sort of.
From Brooklyn, people you care about in a deeply felt film from a very special filmmaker you should know.
Enjoy our sommelier-selected film Sideways on 35mm with a wine-tasting and light bites in advance of VeritageMiami.
"A picture could change my life but if you run away, they get you, and if you stay, they get you, too."
The potty-mouth movie where you get a contact buzz from the beer guzzling onscreen.
For sixty years, Queen Elizabeth II has met with each of her twelve Prime Ministers in a private weekly meeting. This meeting is known as The Audience.
Louis Malle, Jeanne Moreau and Miles Davis, an unbeatable trifecta.
Join us for the Summer Stop-Motion Animation Workshop for kids ages 6-12. Learn the basics of animation in this special hands-on workshop and create a stop-motion short!
Kiarostami's classic about the pathos of deceit by a victim of longing. One-time-only 35mm screening.
Sergio Leone’s great Spaghetti western turns 50 years old and we’re singing happy birthday with a 4K restoration!
X marks the spot for greatness. For Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman, the impossible dream is a trip to Miami.
Celebrate the 10th anniversary of Guillermo del Toro's haunting masterpiece.
Woody Allen's latest is dedicated to the premise that "life is a comedy - written by a sadistic comedy writer."
From reviled to revered in less than forty years. Friedkin's nail-biter is a journey into the heart of darkness.
We're going to make you an offer you can't refuse.
A romantic comedy in the guise of a midsummer vacation in the Mediterranean. What are you waiting for?
All aboard for a heartbreaking journey to a forgotten Cuba.
50th anniversary of Czech new wave feminist psychedelia.
Featuring a Tony Award-winning performance from host of the The Late Late Show, James Corden, the uproarious One Man, Two Guvnors was a runaway hit both in London’s West End and on Broadway.
A great MGM musical returns to the big screen fully restored, as it was meant to be seen - in glorious 3D.
For relaxing times, make it Santori time.
The sequel to the Academy Award-winning hit. Everyone's favorite hero Babe sets off on a journey that takes him to a far away storybook city!
Anne Fontaine's immaculate drama about crises of faith and uncommon grace at the end of World War II.
Alright, alright, alright...
A 5-Star musical holiday to the timeless music of Cuba's Gershwin.
Anime auteur Satoshi Kon enters the world of dreams with this mind-bending feature.
We think it’s time to blow this scene, get everybody and their stuff together…okay, three, two, one let’s jam!
Famed anime director Mamoru Hosoda gives samurai warfare a digital twist in this inventive feature about an A.I. gone rogue.
Legendary artist Osamu Tezuka’s manga is brought to animated life in this rich and illustrious film.
Ninja-for-hire Jubei Kibagami must kill thirteen supernatural ninjas in order to reach his resurrected nemesis.
Satoshi Kon's third animated feature follows a homeless trio who find an abandoned baby on Christmas Eve.
Neo-Tokyo is about to explode in Katsuriho Otomo’s seminal anime film from 1988.
The brutally violent and stylish second installment in Park Chan-wook's Vengeance Trilogy.
Direct from Paris, an edge-of-the-seat police procedural to chase the summer blues away.
David Lynch's masterpiece returns to haunt your dreams in its glorious 30th anniversary restoration.
Enroll now for the Florida Film Institute's Summer Film Camp, a six week intense filmmaking summer program for high school students ages 13-18. The Summer Film Camp takes place June 13-21, 2016 every week.
Remembering a legend - right where it all started.
According to celebrated director Naomi Kawase, the secret to Japan's favorite snack is not in the recipe.
One of Spain's greatest films - about a daughter's abiding love for her father - returns for a one-time-only screening.
Guy Pearce forgets everything over and over and over in Christopher Nolan's famous cerebral thriller.
Bring a beggar home for Christmas dinner - and watch what happens in Luis Garcia Berlanga's comic masterpiece.
A one-time-only screening of the immortal opera, directed by Francesco Rosi and starring Plácido Domingo.
The complete restoration of Fritz Lang's seminal sci-fi masterpiece with a live score by Miami-based group Treasure Teeth.
From Jane Austen and director Whit Stillman, a deliciously wicked comedy of manners starring Kate Beckinsale.
After a four-decade absence, an elusive French masterpiece returns (ever so briefly) to South Florida.
One of the great musicals and a valentine to New York, starring Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra.
The fabulous destiny of Amélie Poulain in glorious 35mm.
In time of crisis, a wife takes matters into her own hands when an insurance company gives her the runaround.
Unravel Lynch's Hollywood mystery with this special screening on glorious 35mm.
In the world of the Emperor Penguins, who find their soulmates through song, a penguin is born who cannot sing. But he can tap dance something fierce!
From Iranian master Asghar Farhadi, a suspenseful tale of marital discord.
The original Minnesotan black comedy in a brand new 4K restoration!
Franco's Spain through the eyes of a precocious orphan. Geraldine Chaplin introduces the 40th anniversary of a classic film about childhood.
Divided by life, united by tango. Argentina’s greatest dancers. A real-life story of love and hate.
"So give me a stage where this bull here can rage and though I could fight, I'd much rather recite...that's entertainment."
The faultlines of a family are revealed when mother dies in a car accident.
Quote and sing along to Monty Python's timeless surreal classic.
The Royal Court Theatre presents the award-winning, drop-dead hilarious new stage play Hangmen, broadcast to cinemas by National Theatre Live.
The Miami Chamber Music Society & the Coral Gables Art Cinema present five Tuesday evening lecture sessions in conjunction with the 23rd Annual Mainly Mozart Festival.
The Queen of the Night enlists a handsome prince named Tamino to rescue her beautiful kidnapped daughter in Ingmar Bergman's 1975 film version of Mozart's spectacular opera Die Zauberflöte.
You do not talk about Fight Club...in 35mm!
From Almodóvar protege Álex de la Iglesia, a rollicking New Year's Eve celebration to end all others.
Loren and Mastroianni are two loners whose lives change the day Hitler arrives in Rome.
Accept no substitutes. Jerry Lewis' original Nutty Professor is a one-of-a-kind comedy masterpiece.
Hogarth Hughes makes friend with an innocent alien robot from outer space, but a paranoid Government agent and the U.S. army are not happy with a robot in the city.
20 years later, that rug still really tied the room together.
Among one of, if not the best rock movie ever made, Martin Scorsese's The Last Waltz is a revealing, electrifying view of the classic band at their height.
David Suchet (Poirot) is Lady Bracknell in this superb satire on Victorian manners and one of the funniest plays in the English language, Oscar Wilde's The Importance Of Being Earnest.
When foreman Frank (James Karen) shows new employee Freddy (Thom Mathews) a secret military experiment in a supply warehouse, the two klutzes accidentally release a gas that reanimates corpses into flesh-eating zombies.
Meet the Puccio Clan, Argentina's deadliest family and the subject of the country's all-time box-office champ.
Shakespeare’s glorious comedy of love and change comes to the National Theatre for the first time in over 30 years.
From Jane Austen, a tale of two sisters and the loves of their lives, starring Emma Thompson, Kate Winslet, Alan Rickman and Hugh Grant.
Three seemingly unrelated stories of violence and redemption intersect in Quentin Tarantino’s landmark film.
In Norway's official Oscar entry and first-ever disaster film, a geologist tries to prevent a cataclysm when a mountain overlooking a popular Norwegian tourist destination threatens to collapse into the ocean.
A mind-blowing spectacle of epic proportions from grand master Akira Kurosawa by way of Shakespeare’s King Lear. If you haven’t seen it on the big screen, then you haven’t see it at all.
Motorcycle ninjas tighten their grip on Florida’s narcotics trade, viciously annihilating anyone who dares move in on their turf.
The second of three films in the Evil Dead series, Ash Williams (Bruce Campbell) once again battling horrifying demons at a secluded cabin in the woods presented on spectacular 35mm!
Tickets are now on sale for the 33rd Miami International Film Festival, taking place March 4-13, 2016. The much-anticipated 10-day Festival will feature 129 films from 40 countries, fabulous parties, and some very special guests you won't want to miss!
Oddball journalist Raoul Duke (Johnny Depp) and his psychopathic attorney Dr. Gonzo (Benicio Del Toro) travel to Las Vegas for a series of psychedelic escapades.
National Theatre Live broadcasts the Donmar Warehouse's highly anticipated production of two ex-lovers turned rivals.
Taking the Afghan conflict from headline news to the home front, Danish director Tobias Lindholm’s riveting drama delivers an embarrassment of riches.
From Italy, a masterpiece of the sixties in its awesome 4K restoration. Visconti’s sweeping family epic rides again.
A poor and passionate young man falls in love with a rich young woman and gives her a sense of freedom, only to be separated by their social differences.
New York City public school kids journey into the world of ballroom dancing and reveal pieces of themselves and their world along the way. Told from their candid perspectives, these kids are transformed from reluctant participants to determined competitors.
In Iceland, a decades-long feud becomes a matter of life and death when the unexpected happens. It’s a dramedy best served cold and a 2016 Oscar Entry.
Selfish teenage Sarah is given 13 hours to solve a labyrinth and rescue her baby brother when her wish for him to be taken away is granted by the Goblin King.
Cannes prize-winning charmer about a treasure hunt in post-communist Romania unearths traces of the country’s tumultuous history.
Thomas Jerome Newton (David Bowie) is an alien who travels to Earth in search of water for his dying planet. After starting a high technology company and meeting the girl of his dreams, greed and the ruthlessness of business take their toll.
Murder has a sound all of its own, as John Travolta accidentally discovers in Brian De Palma’s restored classic.
Bulgaria’s Oscar candidate for Best Foreign Language film is a rite of passage story about young love and wartime tragedy as it reveals a sumptuous lost world of Jewish culture.
In this sparkling romance recalling Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise, a chance encounter between a tourist and an American expat leads to a magical night wandering the picturesque streets of Hong Kong as love slowly blooms.
On the eve of his brother’s wedding, a lawyer is drawn into investigating a theft that hits close to home in this sexy and thoroughly enjoyable comedy set in Buenos Aires.
Directed by Orson Welles, Chimes at Midnight follows the career of Shakespeare's Sir John Falstaff as roistering companion to young Prince Hal set in a real-looking late-medieval England.
In Gayle Kirschenbaum’s fearless and bitingly funny documentary, she and her mother go on an unforgettable journey to find empathy and forgiveness in each other’s hearts. Director Gayle Kirschenbaum and her mom, Mildred Kirschenbaum, will be in attendance.
Israeli comedic-genius Shlomo Bar-Aba (Academy Award nominee for Footnote) leads a star-studded cast in this outrageous Israeli dramedy as the head of a family about to implode.
An electrifying murder mystery about con men and cops will intrigue and keep you guessing until the very end. Nominated for four Israeli Ophir Awards.
Winner of the Best Independent Film at Israeli Ophir Awards, My Girl is shining with warmth and illumination. This heart-affecting drama centers on the touching friendship between a would-be filmmaker and a little girl.
A young musician, tormented by an abusive situation at home, must contend with a rival singer, a burgeoning romance and his own dissatisfied band as his star begins to rise.
A co-production with Bristol Old Vic devised by the Company based on the novel by Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre is inventive and moving. An admirable piece of devised theatre.
Film Goes Classical 2.0: Dranoff Goes to the Movies featuring classic scores of Westerns, Gershwin Musicals and Horror Films by Marcel and Elizabeth Bergmann Piano Duo.
At a 1962 college, Dean Vernon Wormer is determined to expel the entire Delta Tau Chi Fraternity, but those trouble-makers have other plans for him.
The Coral Gables Art Cinema, Books & Books and the Coral Gables Museum presents the Family Day on Aragon Block Party! This free event features plenty of outdoor activities, holiday family arts and crafts, classic cartoon shorts screenings and a kids filmmaking workshop!
An aging group of outlaws look for one last big score as the "traditional" American West is disappearing around them.
A diverse band of crayons strive to protect not only their magical multi-hued homeland of Color City, but the imagination of children everywhere from a terrifying monster.
Make you own musical instruments! Your child will have fun exploring how to make easy home-made musical instruments with found objects. Join us for a creative afternoon of art & music!
Based on a Hans Christian Andersen story, a chimney sweep and shepherdess on the run from a tyrannical king.
Ballet Boys takes you through disappointments, victories, forging of friendship, first loves, doubt, faith, growing apart from each other, finding your own way and own ambitions, all mixed with the beautiful expression of ballet.
2015 MICFF presents Stop-Motion Animation Workshops for kids ages 6-12. Learn the basics of animation in these special hands-on workshops and create your very own stop-motion short!
A cow, a satellite girl, and an enchanted roll of toilet paper band together to try to set the world right in this unusual animated comedy.
Audience favorites and award-winning short films hand-picked from the 2015 New York International Children’s Film Festival for kids and teens.
Featuring beautiful animation that pays homage to its children's book source material, AninA perfectly evokes childhood joys and fears through the story of a girl with a palindromic name: Aninas Yatay Salas.
The first animated feature film based on Tove Jansson’s original comic strips, Moomins on the Riviera is a treat for all ages. The Moomins embrace cross-cultural understanding and tolerance. Addressing universal themes such as finding joy in the small things in life, family, and optimism.
Created with ground-breaking technology, where Hollywood techniques meet the best in nature film-making, Enchanted Kingdom is an immersive adventure, transporting you from grey urbanity to the vibrancy and vitality of the natural world.
Great family entertainment with a beautiful story of friendship, a boy named Sebastian finds his soul mate in a stray dog named Belle and together they attempt to foil a Nazi plan to capture French resistance fighters.
When a faun named Mune becomes the Guardian of the Moon, little did he know that an accident that could put both the moon and sun in danger.
Join us at the Gables Cinema for our week-long extravaganza, the 3rd Annual 2015 Miami International Children's Film Festival. The Perrin Plaza, directly in front of the Gables Cinema, will be filled with fun for the whole family to enjoy before and after the films!
Both warmly nostalgic and darkly humorous, Bob Clark's cult classic A Christmas Story deserves its status as a holiday perennial.
Two women from very different backgrounds find themselves in an unexpected love affair in 1950s New York. As conventional norms of the time challenge their undeniable attraction, an honest story emerges to reveal the resilience of the heart in the face of change.
John McClane, officer of the NYPD, tries to save wife Holly Gennaro and several others, taken hostage by German terrorists during a Christmas party at the Nakatomi Plaza in Los Angeles.
National Theatre Live’s 2013 broadcast of the Donmar Warehouse’s production of Coriolanus returns to cinemas by popular demand!
Led by Amos Oz, Censored Voices combines original recordings of soldiers recalling their fears and doubts following Israel’s 1967 Six-Day War with archival newsreel footage as a stark reminder of how far the region remains from the peace for which they long.
A woman leaves an Austrian convent to become a governess to the children of a Naval officer widower in the multiple Academy Award-winning musical.
One year after Kevin was left home alone and had to defeat a pair of bumbling burglars, he accidentally finds himself in New York City, and the same criminals are not far behind.
Renowned multidisciplinary artist Laurie Anderson's impressionistic and musical meditation on life, loss, Buddhist teachings and a lament for her beloved piano-playing dog Lolabelle.
A woman rebels against a tyrannical ruler in post apocalyptic Australia in search for her homeland with the help of a group of female prisoners, a psychotic worshiper, and a drifter named Max.
An in depth examination of Janis Joplin, one of the most revered and iconic rock & roll singers of all time, a tragic and misunderstood figure who thrilled millions of listeners and blazed new creative trails before her death at age 27.
Metropolitan, the film that put Oscar-nominee Whit Stillman on the map, celebrates its 25th anniversary with a single screening featuring Stillman himself in attendance.
Henry Hill and his friends work their way up through the mob hierarchy in Martin Scorsese's hard-hitting and stylish gangster classic.
A diverse selection of award-winners and audience favorites over five years of New York Int’l Children’s Film Festival short film programs. All films in this program are from or feature stories about Spain and Latin America.
A sleazy cable-TV programmer begins to see his life and the future of media spin out of control in a very unusual fashion when he acquires a new kind of programming for his station.
Five friends gather to celebrate the return of Amadeo after 16 years of exile. From dusk to dawn, they reminisce about their youth, the group they used to form, the faith they had in the future... but also their disillusionment.
Director Lewis Milestone's brilliant anti-war polemic, headlined by an unforgettable performance from Lew Ayres, lays bare the tragic foolishness at the heart of war.
A bureaucrat in a retro-future world tries to correct an administrative error and himself becomes an enemy of the state.
The rise and fall of a corrupt southern governor who promises his way to power. Broderick Crawford portrays Willie Stark, who, once he is elected, finds that his vanity and power lust prove to be his downfall.
Five friends visiting their grandfather's house in the country are hunted and terrorized by a chain-saw wielding killer and his family of grave-robbing cannibals.
On the night of Halloween, 10 teens decide to go to a party at an abandoned funeral parlor. They awaken demonic evil force and soon find themselves trapped and possessed. Now it's a battle for who can survive the longest.
Henry Spencer tries to survive his industrial environment, angry girlfriend, and the unbearable screams of his newly born mutant child in the David Lynch classic.
Scientists in the Antarctic are confronted by a shape-shifting alien that assumes the appearance of the people that it kills.
Both highly suspenseful and deeply emotional, Room is a unique and touching exploration of the boundless love between a mother and her child.
Bandages, goggles and Claude Rain's frightening voicework birth an icon of horror cinema in this Pre-Code classic based on H.G. Well's novel.
Two hours of the finest exploitation, sleaze, grindhouse and 42nd street trailers known to man, compiled into one late-night marathon!
Set in a Texas border town during the 1950s, high schoolers Sonny and Duane are best friends who spend much of their time hanging out at the movie house owned by one-time cowboy Sam the Lion.
A brilliant but eccentric scientist begins to transform into a giant man/fly hybrid after one of his experiments goes horribly wrong.
This film is not a movie; it’s not about a bank robbery. It is bank robbery. Victoria was shot in one single take. Two hours and eighteen minutes. No cuts. No CGI. No cheap tricks. No expensive ones, either. Just one shot.
A bitter aging couple with the help of alcohol, use a young couple to fuel anguish and emotional pain towards each other.
A young Kansas farm girl is swept up by a tornado and taken to the magical land of Oz.
On their summer vacation, seven girls pay a visit to a possessed house which plans to eat them in extremely bizarre and surreal ways.
Internationally acclaimed director Jafar Panahi drives a yellow cab through the vibrant streets of Tehran, picking up a diverse (and yet representative) group of passengers in a single day.
A mother has to make a very difficult decision and is later haunted by flashbacks, revealing her harrowing story from pre-war prosperity to Auschwitz.
A young couple move into a new apartment and when the wife becomes mysteriously pregnant, paranoia over the safety of her unborn child begins controlling her life.
An ode to freedom, two people find each other at a crucial moment in time and remind us how strong family ties can be, how second opportunities are all around us and how it is never too late to take the reins of life.
Simon Godwin (Man and Superman) directs George Farquhar's wild comedy of love and cash.
With a screenplay penned by the author himself, Stanley Kubrick brings Vladimir Nabokov's controversial tale of forbidden love to the screen.
A semi-autobiographical tale of Fellini's own coming of age sees adolescent Titta amongst an eccentric cast of characters in the village of Borgo San Giuliano in this colorful and uproarious comedy.
Among the BFI's top ten films of all time, Fellini's masterwork follows Guido, a famous Italian director, suffering from a creative block that results in a visual feast for audiences.
Seymour, a nerdy florist, raises a man-eating plant to save the shop and impress his crush Audrey.
Gossip journalist Marcello Rubini (Marcello Mastroianni) journeys through Rome over seven days and nights searching for love and happiness.
A film tribute to Federico Fellini, to his art and to his personality. Filmmaker Ettore Scola relives their first encounter within the offices of the satirical newspaper Marc'Aurelio in the 1950's, their mutual friends – among which include Marcello Mastroianni – and most of all the pleasure they shared in making films.
Disturbed Blanche DuBois moves in with her sister in New Orleans and is tormented by her brutish brother-in-law while her reality crumbles around her.
In this sly companion piece to Yojimbo, jaded samurai Sanjuro helps an idealistic group of young warriors weed out their clan’s evil influences, and in the process turns their image of a “proper” samurai on its ear.
To rid a terror-stricken village of corruption, wily masterless samurai Sanjuro turns a range war between two evil clans to his own advantage.
Two geeky college freshmen decide to form their own fraternity dedicated to extracting justifiable revenge on their long-time tormentors, the obnoxious jock-strapped "upper class."
A coming of age story about a girl named Charlie, a french suburban teenager, who befriends Sarah, the rebellious new girl at school.
Vivid, high-energy human tableau interweaves the lives and passions of a middle class, small town family against the scandal and events of a transitional America in 1906.
Three friends, Vincent (Yves Montand), François (Michel Piccoli), and Paul(Serge Reggiani), confront problems in work, love, and money. Sautet presents an all-to-true snapshot of mid-life crisis in middle-class France.
Nelly (Emmanuelle Béart) is behind on her rent and saddled with an unemployed and uninterested husband. When she meets Monsieur Arnaud (Michel Serrault), an older and wealthier man, Nelly sees a chance to escape from poverty and loneliness.
In a peaceful little clearing, the remains of a picnic hastily abandoned spark warfare between two tribes of ants. Don't miss this encore of the smash hit opening night film of the MICFF 2014!
John Travolta & Olivia John-Newton play teenagers who have a summer romance. Little did they know, when they return from summer break they'll be studying at the same school.
Max (Michel Piccoli) has only one thing on his mind: putting away criminals. When yet another bunch of professional criminals gets away, he hatches a plan to trick a group of amateurs into committing a major crime, using his old friend Abel's (Bernard Fresson) girlfriend Lily (Romy Schneider) as unwitting bait.
Pierre's (Michel Piccoli) life flashes before his eyes following a card accident, focusing on his decision to leave his wife (Lea Massari) for a younger woman, Hélène (Romy Schneider).
Chiwetel Ejiofor takes the stage as Everyman in the National Theatre of London's production of one of English drama's oldest plays, directed by Rufus Norris and featuring words by Carol Ann Duffy.
After her divorce, Rosalie (Romy Schneider) splits her time between her family and the wealthy César (Yves Montand). When David (Sami Frey), an old flame of Rosalie's, appears, the two men battle each other for her affections.
In 1941 Hawaii, a private is cruelly punished for not boxing on his unit's team, while his captain's wife and second in command are falling in love.
An inventor needs cash to develop his big idea. His wife decides to raise it for him by divorcing him and marrying a millionaire.
A director of escapist films goes on the road as a hobo to learn about life.
Barbara Stanwyck tries to fleece naive, rich Henry Fonda in this 1941 screwball comedy.
A genderqueer punk-rock girl from East Berlin tours the U.S. with her band as she tells her complex life story.
Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley junior face off in Miami Beach.
A Christlike figure wanders through bizarre, grotesque scenarios filled with religious and sacrilegious imagery.
Marcel Carné and Jacques Prevert's classic of French poetic realism stars Jean Gabin in one of his most famous roles.
A poor Midwest family is forced off of their land in John Ford's literary adaptation of John Steinbeck's classic novel.
Humanity finds a mysterious monolith buried beneath the lunar surface in Stanley Kubrick's seminal sci-fi epic.
A military deserter finds love and trouble in a smoke French port city in Marcel Carné's french noir masterpiece.
Dr. Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) is hired by the U.S. government to find the Ark of the Covenant in Steven Spielberg's classic adventure film.
A tormented philosophy professor finds the will to live when he commits an existential act in Irrational Man.