Films often act as a prism that refracts the issues facing a nation, and Turkish cinema in particular serves to encapsulate the cultural and social turmoil of modern-day Turkey. Marked by continually shifting ethnic demographics and politics, Turkish society struggles to reconcile modern attitudes with traditional morals and centuries-old customs; not unlike Sicily in many ways. Turkish Cinema is honored at the Sicilian Film Festival on Sunday, April 15th, at 7:00 p.m. at the Miami Beach Cinematheque, with two films, a short film The Little Girl (KÄ±z Ã‡ocuÄŸu), directed by Hakan Berger and the feature film, Being Italian with Signora Enrica, directed by Ali Ilhan. The producer of the film Elvan Albayrak will be in attendance. Followed by a reception, hosted by the Turkish Distributor Pamir Demirtas.
Saturday, December 20, 1pm-6pm – Miami Beach Convention Center, 1901 Convention Center Dr, Miami Beach The Wekfest tour makes its inaugural stop in South Florida. Wekfest Miami will be held on December 20th, 2014 at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami. Featuring: â€¢400 of the region’s pre-selected european, import and domestic aftermarket vehicles on […]
Sunday, September 15, 6:30pm-8:30pm – Romero Britto Gallery, 1102 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Experience an evening with Pop Artist Romero Britto at his personal gallery on Lincoln Road! See new original works right out of the studio and new print and sculpture releases! #romerobritto @brittopopart CLICK HERE TO RSVP Please leave this field emptyDaily Events […]
Friday, August 23, 10pm-12am – Off the Hookah, 111 Southwest 2nd Avenue, Fort Lauderdale Come out and be a VIP on behalf of Barry’s Young Alumni Association, as they say goodbye to the summer months in downtown Fort Lauderdale at Off the Hookah.Â Barry University alumni and their guests are welcome to two free hours of […]