Illustrator and painter Ana Juan is the poster artist for the 36th edition of the acclaimed Miami Film Festival that will take place March 1 – 10, 2019.

Miami Dade College’s Miami Film Festival announced today that renowned Spanish artist, illustrator and painter Ana Juan is the poster artist for the 36thedition of the acclaimed Festival that will take place March 1 – 10, 2019. Juan, a frequent contributor of cover art to The New Yorker magazine, has had numerous solo exhibitions of her work over the past 30 years and received a multitude...

4th of July Freedom Festival at Miccosukee Resort

Join us on the 4th of July for Freedom Fest at Miccosukee Resort. Live Music performances by country music artist and record producer Aaron Tippin, gifted singer Tony Jackson, and singer-songwriter Luke Pell... yes he of ABC's The Bachelorette's 12th season fame. Free Admission from 10AM to 10PM. Fun for the entire family! Featuring Live Music, Carnival and Airboat Rides, Water Slides, Alligator...

Miami Dade College presents: HIP HOPPA LOCKA

Miami Dade College presents in Partnership with the Opa-locka Community Development Corporation: HIP HOPPA LOCKA MUSLIM HIP HOP NIGHT IN OPA-LOCKA B-boys and B-girls, DJs, emcees, and Hip Hop heads unite under the arabesque skyline of Opa-locka—known for the largest collection of Moorish Revival architecture in the Western hemisphere. Hip Hoppa Locka remixes multiple references in a celebration of Muslim artists in...

Miami Dade College Live Arts Presentation

Miami's most eclectic performing arts series extraordinary programs—unforgettable experiences. UP NEXT: MORIKEBA KOUYATE Singing in his native Mandingo language and offering virtuosic performances on the kora (a 21-string instrument made from a calabash), Kouyate delights audiences young and old with call-and-response songs and engaging stories that share the 700 year old history of the Mandingo people.  Performance followed by Sun Ra Arkestra. MORIKEBA...

Argentina Takes Top Prizes; US Docs, Spain, Venezuela Make Strong Showings At 35th MDC’s Miami Film Festival Awards

Miami, FL —Miami Dade College’s Miami Film Festival unveiled award winners this past weekend in all competition categories for its recently concluded 35th edition, which ran March 9 – 18th, and films from Argentina dominated the top prizes.  The Festival’s Grand Jury Prize for Best Film in its signature $40,000 Knight Competition, sponsored by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, went...