"This is a picture that moves the heart... I can't think of another filmmaker who makes such technically complex, skilled pictures about such intimate matters. This is a gorgeous, flashy, widescreen epic..." - Miami HeraldÂ
Held over through Thursday, November 15, Montreal-based writer and director Jean-Marc VallÃ©e (The Young Victoria, C.R.A.Z.Y) returns with one of the most unique love stories of the year, CafÃ© de Flore. The Canadian film, in French with English subtitles, continues its Exclusive First Run Engagement in 35mm at the Coral Gables Art Cinema, screening seven-days-a-week.
Starting Friday, November 16, Holy Motors, the buzz of this year's Cannes Film Festival (and Winner of the "Prix de la Jeunesse") for both its madness and audacious brilliance, will start its Exclusive Miami Premiere run at the Coral Gables Art Cinema. From visionary French director LÃ©os Carax, Holy Motors stars Eva Mendes, Kylie Minogue and the chameleon-like, extraordinary Denis Lavant as Monsieur Oscar, a man chauffeured via limousine across Paris over the course of a single day. Surreal, funny, and genre-hopping, The New York Times raves it's a "...work of great visual invention that reminds you just how drearily conventional many movies are...wonderfully, feels unlike anything else: it's cinema reloaded."
On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, November 23 -25, at 1:00 pm, the third "Live from the National Theatre of London" show of the fall season Timon of Athens comes to the Gables Cinema. A new take on the Shakespearean classic, Timon of Athens will be the final show of the fall season. Wealthy friend to the rich and powerful, patron of the arts and ostentatious host, Timon of Athens suddenly finds his coffers empty. When he calls upon his friends for help, they hang him out to dry. So begins Shakespeare's fable of conspicuous consumption, debt and ruin.Â
Effective November 19, 2012, the South Florida Social Security offices will be open to the public Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. â€“ a reduction of 30 minutes each weekday. In addition, beginning January 2, 2013, the offices will close to the public at noon every Wednesday.
While agency employees will continue to work their regular hours, this shorter public window will allow them to complete face-to-face interviews and process claims work without incurring the cost of overtime. The significantly reduced funding provided by Congress under the continuing resolution for the first six months of the fiscal year makes it impossible for the agency to provide the overtime needed to handle service to the public as it has done in the past.