Juan Barquin co-runs a film criticism site, Dim the House Lights, and works as an arts writer for New Times. He aspires to be Bridget Jones and loves genre flicks.
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Last year, Jason Fitzroy Jeffers launched debuted the Third Horizon Caribbean Film Festival to a city longing for more diverse art. After its success at O Cinema Wynwood with films like Ayiti Mon Amour, Generation Revolution, and Crumbs, the festi...
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Director Rodney Ascher has made a career of exploring fascinating concepts via documentaries. His first feature, Room 237, was all about a variety of interpretations that obsessed fans found in Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining. The seco...
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Blood in the streets, animals running loose, people being stabbed in the back — it's just another day in Miami, at least during Popcorn Frights. Now in its third year, the film festival devoted to horror in all its forms is bigger than ever. Spann...
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Man, it's a hot one. This summer is a miserable mixture of extreme heat and rain. Instead of suffering outside, keep dry and cool inside one of your local art cinemas. With the continuing growth of the repertory cinema scene in Miami, there are a ...
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"You know when you're kind of hungover and tired and you don’t know what to do Sunday morning? You put Landline on," director Gillian Robespierre jokes. “That’s the goal with all the things I try to create.”