This is a reblog of the MIFF Venues from 2012, which are the same as 2013. The only difference is they are not having any events at 1111 Lincoln Road, Villa 221, and Wynwood Walls.


As I said yesterday, one of the great things about the Miami International Film Festival is its use of the many venues in and around Miami and Miami Beach.  Below is the listing of the venues with at least one interior and exterior shot, and my opinion of it–if I have one.  The listing is in alphabetic order.  Also, I focused on a few of these locations in my Art House post from way back when.

Colony Theatre (Miami Beach)

I’ve been to a few things at The Colony.  Before or after the show you can grab a drink and a quick bite to eat at Segafredo’s.  It’s one block away from the Regal South Beach.

Coral Gables Are Cinema (Coral Gables)

There is plenty of parking since it is located in a Parking Garage.  It’s easy to miss because the City of Coral Gables does not allow them to…

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2 responses to “

  • ruth

    Wow, what gorgeous looking theaters! I’m so jealous. I’d love to head down to Miami this time of year [well or any other time for that matter] 😀

    • VictorsMovieReviews

      This time of year is better. Not hot and not rainy.

      Did you click through the “Gusman Center” link to see additional photos of the interior? I asked a film maker a few years back that was traveling the Film Festival circuit with his film and he rated it top 5 of the ones he has been to.

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