The Carl Fisher-designed former City Hall hosts Miami’s only cinematheque. It’s also the home of the Miami Beach Film Society, which screens independent and experimental movies, along with film classics, to an audience of just 50. Like every good alternative art house, the cinematheque is about more than movies. Art exhibits hang on the walls, and there may be music, a mini-festival or talks. The Miami Film Society is housed here, plus there’s a membership program for frequent visitors.
|Venue name:||Miami Beach Cinematheque|
1130 Washington Ave
|Cross street:||at 11th St|
|Transport:||Bus C, H, K, W, South Beach Local|
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