Playmate Francesca Frigo leads a screening of Miami’s star vehicle, “Taste It”. As part of local filmmaker nights, this old-school church turned movie theater will be showing Miamiâ€™s own, an indie comedy about spring break, recession, and falling for a Playboy playmate. The movie depicts Ivy League grad and recently unemployed finance worker Greg Rosen, who’s now living back home with his mom and ready to lose his mind â€” until his sister comes back home from college for spring break, bringing three sexy girlfriends with her, including Playboy playmate Francesca Frigo. After the show, enjoy getting to know the South Florida natives who worked behind the scenes in the film as they run a Q&A mingle session about their first feature film before heading over to the three bars set up in the cafe. Tickets start at only $6. Parking: Free across the street.
Friday, February 6, 6:30pm – Bailey Contemporary Arts, 41 Northeast 1st Street, Pompano Beach American Advertising Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale showcases AddyÂ® Award entries at Gallery Night. The advertising industry’s largest and most representative competition for creative excellence displays local submissions. AAF Greater Fort Lauderdale will display nearly 400 submissions created by professionals and […]
March 6 – 15, Olympia Theater, Silverspot Cinemas, MDC’s Tower Theater Miami, and Coral Gables Art Cinema The Burnt Orange Heresy, the fifth screen adaptation of the works of late Miami noir novelist Charles Willeford, starring Mick Jagger, Donald Sutherland, Elizabeth Debicki and Claes Bang, will open the 37th edition of Miami Dade College (MDC)’s […]
Thursday, April 13, 8pm-10pm – The Betsy Hotel, 1440 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach After a reading by Miami’s own Cherry Pickman, three of Britain’s best young poets share the stage together in Miami for the first time: Sam Riviere, Sophie Collins, and Jack Underwood. The night will be kicked off with a reading by Miami […]