Movies are like dreams: they come to us in the dark, they play on our subconscious fears and desires, and the best ones prominently feature crime-fighting dinosaurs. Dim the lights for this Groupon.
$25 for a One-Day VIP Admission for One ($50 Value)
The Miami Short Film Festival runs November 26–30. Admissions are valid for the 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. screenings at Paragon Grove 13 or the 9 p.m. screening at Miami Beach Cinematheque on any single night.
Each screening consists of six to eight films, as well as Q&A sessions with attending directors and actors. Paragon Grove 13 screenings include a VIP party at a nearby bar, with free appetizers and two complimentary drinks. Miami Beach Cinematheque screenings include a VIP party at Chalk Ping Pong and Billiards Lounge, with one hour of open bar and one hour of free ping-pong. View the full schedule of films at each showing here.
Miami Short Film Festival
Of the more than 700 films submitted to the Miami Short Film Festival from across the world, only 74 make it to the big screen, chosen for their excellence in abbreviated movie-making. Selections on display at each of the fest’s five days of screening include narrative films, animation, music videos, and three-act family-vacation slideshows. This year’s choices include Juan Manuel Ortiz’s Domingo, whose stark filming style catches the eye as it explores environmental concerns, and Mark Nickelsburg’s Harry Grows Up, the tale of an 18-month-old child living on his own in New York City.