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.
BALLET IN CINEMA - BRAND NEW BOLSHOI
With the support of Emerging Pictures, we are pleased to present Ballet in Cinema, which brings a premiere ballet to our screen each month from the storied house of the Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow. The new series showcases brand new ballets from the Bolshoi. The Winter/Spring program consists of 5 new productions: SPARTACUS, LE CORSAIRE, JEWELS, LOST ILLUSIONS, and THE GOLDEN AGE running from December 1 - April 27.
CINE! CHILEAN FILM FESTIVAL 2013
Welcome to CINE! 2013, the Chilean Film Festival of Miami. CINE! presents a wide array of recent full-length movies portraying daring, hilarious and fervid stories with fresh points of view, hosted at the state-of-the-art University of Miami’s Cosford Cinema, from November 7th to 10th, 2013. Brought to you with the generous support of the Consulate General of Chile in Miami, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Chile and the Chile-US Chamber of Commerce, CINE! goes beyond the screenings, offering many chances to share and socialize.
POST-INDUSTRIAL BRAZILIAN CINEMA
The Cosford is pleased to host two special events examining Post-Industrial Brazilian Cinema with special guest to discuss this significant, emerging cinematic movement and its social, political and economic ramifications. The examination begins with a special screening of THE SKY ABOVE (Sérgio Borges, 2011) presented by Cezar Migliorin, filmmaker and professor of film at the Universidade Federal Fluminense, Niteró (State of Rio de Janeiro) on Tuesday, September 24 at 5PM.
ETHICS FILM SERIES
Launched in 2006 as a joint effort by the UM Alumni Office and Ethics Programs, the Ethics in Film Series provides an opportunity to view contemporary films and discuss the ethical issues they raise. Expanded to include the School of Communication in 2007, and supported by the Arsht Ethics Initiatives, the Ethics in Film Series has become a popular annual series. In 2009, the series was merged with the Ethics Programs’ longstanding environmental ethics program. Screenings are free and open to the public as well as members of the UM community.