Tickets to these screenings are $12.75 and under. Cinema members pay only $8.
The free-spirited Badri family escape the overwhelming pollution and social unrest of Beirut to a utopic mountain home they've built for themselves...until an illegal landfill appears near their new home and brings the pollution right to their doorstep.
A poetic blending of the personal and political, this uniquely inventive film combines live action with animation to create a vivid picture of Lebanon, inspired by the family history of filmmaker Chloé Mazlo. Using stories told to her by her grandmother of life during the Lebanese Civil War, Mazlo crafts a touching and heart-breaking story of love during wartime.
During the 1982 invasion of Lebanon at an idyllic Quaker school in the mountains above Beirut, 11-year-old Wissam is relentless in his quest to profess his love to a girl in his class while his teachers, on different sides of the political divide, try to mask their fears. In-person Q&A with filmmaker Oualid Mouaness on August 12.
This assured debut from Max Walker-Silverman is a simple but deeply affecting tale about two childhood sweethearts who decide to meet again after decades apart, featuring career-best performances from veteran actors Dale Dickey and Wes Studi.
As a decade of dominance in Florida high school basketball is established by a public high school in Little Havana and its diverse coaching staff and their young, impoverished students, an unwarranted article in the local newspaper initiates a statewide investigation into alleged recruiting violations leading to life-changing punishments for all.
The compelling story of a young Ukrainian gymnast in exile during the 2013 Euromaidan protests. This screening includes a pre-recorded conversation with lead actress Anastasia Budiashkina and filmmaker Elie Grappe. Presented in partnership with the Coral Gables Museum.
Bianca Stigter’s documentary transforms three minutes of rare color home-movie footage shot in 1938 Poland into a testament to victims of the Holocaust and a cinematic meditation on memory and loss. In-person Q&A with Dr. Miriam Klein Kassenoff on Sunday, August 28 at 3:15 pm.
Awaiting a visit from an evaluating committee that could give his company an award for excellence, a proprietor (Academy Award winner Javier Bardem) pulls out all the stops to address and resolve issues with his employees, crossing every imaginable line in the process.
François Ozon’s latest film is a gender-flipped retelling of the Rainer Werner Fassbinder classic, The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant.