Upcoming Special Events

RENDEZ-VOUS WITH FRENCH CINEMA

The Bill Cosford Cinema is pleased to present the Rendez-Vous with French Cinema Series in Miami for the third consecutive year. The Series is curated by the Film Society at Lincoln Center in New York City and showcases US premiers of French Cinema. It is a unique opportunity to see the latest in French Cinema before the rest of the country. Many of the films will go on to US distributions and this gives you a first look at the films everyone will be seeing throughout the year.

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CINEMA CLASSICO: ITALIAN GREATS IN RETROSPECT

The School of Communication Norton Herrick Center for Motion Picture Studies at the University of Miami presents a new three-event series: CINEMA CLASSICO: ITALIAN GREATS IN RETROSPECT. The archival program begins in February and finishes in April and will be presented solely on 35mm prints at the Bill Cosford Cinema.

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WORLD WAR II on screen at the COSFORD

The Bill Cosford Cinema is pleased to announce an ongoing film series examining the earth shattering events of World War II from numerous perspectives. The series will be ongoing from December until March and include four films from around the world including Canada, Poland, France, and Germany.

THE PIN - December 13-22
Directed By Naomi Jaye.
Canada. 83minutes. Digital Projection.
2013. Color. Yiddish with English subtitles.

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UM ITALIAN FILM FESTIVAL

About UMIFF (The UM Italian Film Festival)

Whenever the topic of Italian Cinema comes into general discourse, the names of I Maestri usually come into mind, and rightfully so: Fellini, Antonioni, De Sica, Visconti, Rossellini and so on. Others refer to films such as La vita è bella and Cinema paradiso as more contemporary examples of Italian Cinema, keeping in mind that the most recent of the aforementioned films came about a little over 17 years ago.

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THE NEW KITCHEN SINK: BRITISH CINEMA NOW

The Cosford Cinema is pleased to present THE NEW KITCHEN SINK examining the continuing legacy of British Social Realist cinema with two contemporary films: THE SELFISH GIANT and EVERYDAY.

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