The 38th-annual Miami Film Festival runs March 5th through March 14th. The reimagined festival will showcase 94 feature-length and short films, both virtually and in-person, with strict social-distancing protocols at Silverspot Cinema in downtown Miami. Opening night brings the in-person world premiere of Haitian-American director Edson Jean’s Ludi, a Knight Made In MIA Feature Film Award contender. The film explores the world of Ludi, a private-care service worker burdened with the financial responsibility of sending money to family in Haiti while balancing her own life.
Monday, November 27, 3pm-5pm – Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade, Hank Kline Club, 2805 SW 32nd Ave, Miami Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade will be gifting five- to six-foot Christmas trees to the first 100 customers on Monday, Nov 27, 2017 thanks to the generosity and care for the Miami-Dade community by Brickell City Centre […]
Saturday, April 5, 1pm-6pm -Â Lummus Park Historic District, 250 NW North River Dr., Miami Cruise down the Miami River at this annual celebration that takes place in Downtown Miami’s Lummus Park, the first park built in the City of Miami. The free festival features riverboat tours, a variety of live music, children activities, environmental education, […]
Sunday, May 20, 12pm-12am – The Wharf Miami, 114 Southwest North River Drive, Miami Join us this Sunday at the Wharf in Riverside for an exclusive look at the 2018 Cuban Rice by Cristy Rice Swimwear Collection. Come and enjoy a day of food, fashion, & fun against the scenic backdrop of the historic Miami […]