Absinthe House Cinematheque
235 Alcazar Avenue,
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South Florida’s premiere arthouse in the 1980’s and 1990’s was created by Nat Chediak out a small children’s theater. Airplane style seats and great sight lines combined with some of the best movie released in two decades amde this location an oasis of international cinema that took up where the Mayfair and Sunset left off. From this tiny house grew the Miami Film Festival and the rebirth of latin Cinema in the U.S.
The Cinematheque introduced Fassbinder, Amodovar, Saura, Wajda, Guiterrez Alea, and Herzog to Miami film-goers. It was closed in the 2000’s
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