Board of Directors

The Board of Directors of the Coral Gables Art Cinema consists of noted industry figures and community leaders.

Steven Krams, Founder

Marlin Ebbert, Chair

Steven Eisenberg, Vice Chair

Brett Horowitz, Treasurer

Gustavo Lopez, Secretary

Midge Blumberg-Krams

David Duckenfield

Mitchell Kaplan

Michael Levitz

Dr. Flor A. Mayoral

Miroslav Mladenovic

Aura Reinhardt

Frank R. Rodriguez 

Ana Siegel

Don Slesnick

Executive Advisory Committee

Irela Bague

Marshall Pasternack

Paul Posnak

Gustavo Pupo-Mayo



Steven Krams

President & Founder

Steven Krams has been involved in motion pictures since childhood when he started collecting 16 and 35mm films over 50 years ago. He attended the University of Miami School of Radio Television and Film, and first worked as a TV broadcast engineer in South Florida. He owns both Magna-Tech Electronic, a supplier and installer of cinema projection and sound systems in theaters worldwide, and Continental Film & Digital Labs, South Florida’s premiere professional film and digital services center. The non-profit Coral Gables Cinematheque was founded by Mr. Krams in 2006 with the purpose of developing and running the new Coral Gables Art Cinema, which opened in October of 2010. Mr. Krams served as Executive Director and President of the Board of the Coral Gables Art Cinema for three year; he continues in his role as President and sits on the Board of Directors.

Nat Chediak

Director of Programming

Nat is the dean of South Florida’s film exhibitors. He was the founder of the Miami Film Festival and served as its director for eighteen years (1984–2001). He is also the author of Diccionario de Jazz Latino and a three-time Grammy and three-time Latin Grammy music producer.

Favorite Film:
Trouble in Paradise

Brenda Moe

Executive Director

Hailing from rural Washington State, Brenda cut her teeth in non-profit work and film production in New York City. Her love of film was cultivated while working with some of the industry’s finest as Associate Director of SCENARIOS USA. Upon moving to Miami she served as VP of Operations at and Head of Acquisition/Distribution at Magna-Tech Entertainment. She served as the Cinema's Administrative Director from January 2017 to October 2018. Brenda became a new mom in late 2017 and her son has been raised in the Cinema. She hopes he'll be taking tickets by 2019. If you see her or him please be sure to say hello.

Favorite Film:
Being There

Javier Chavez

Associate Director

A Cuban-born émigré, Javier has lived in Miami his whole life with a brief stint in New York City while he pursued a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Dramatic Writing (concentration in TV) at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. When not watching films, Javier usually has some headphones in blasting progressive rock from the 70's. Other times he's writing Python scripts to automate his entire workday - though it hasn't happened yet.

Favorite Film:
Seven Samurai

Nelson Junco

Theater Specialist

Nelson is from Havana, Cuba where he studied accounting. In Miami, he took an English course at Miami Dade College. Nelson has previously worked at International Cinema Equipment and worked as a Theater Manager-Projectionist at the Tower Theater.

Favorite Film:
The Artist

Elizabeth Dedios

Operations Manager

Elizabeth has lived in the sleepy neighborhood of Miami Springs, FL. for much of her life. She is an avid traveler & theatre lover. In previous lives, she participated in ethnographic fieldwork, bio-archaeological excavations & helped refugees find employment.

Favorite Film:
Some of her favorite films include Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Talented Mr. Ripley, The Fountain, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer & Never Let Me Go.

Natalí Hernandez

Marketing and Communications Assistant

Natalí was born in Miami and has only ever taken occasional, short breaks from being in its immediate vicinity. Her personality primarily revolves around graphic design (her current field of study), eyeshadow, and thrift shopping. She began working at the cinema as a concessionist in 2014, refused to leave, and was eventually promoted. You can usually find her at home, re watching tv shows she’s already watched way too many times.

Favorite Film(s):
A Streetcar Named Desire, Heathers, Before Sunrise, and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

Michelle A. Humphreys

Marketing and Communications Manager

Michelle began her work in non-profit organizations as a wild animal keeper in New York City. She earned a Master’s degree in General Psychology with a focus on Animal Behavior and Conservation from Hunter College. She has worked for Toronto International Film Festival, Miami Film Festival, and in various roles at the Gables Cinema, starting with the organization just a few months after it opened its doors. She returned to the Cinema in late 2018 and to South Florida after living in Canada.

Favorite Film:
Elevator to the Gallows