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ICA Miami Film Channel Launched

Our productions for the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami are now launched on the museum's online Channel. Films include behind-the-scenes visits to the museum's exhibition artists in their studios and home cities, important dance and music performances, and provocative talks and lectures by artists, poets and scholars.

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Our films for the ICA Miami include studio visits with Charles Gaines, Thomas Bayrle, Matthew Angelo Harrison, John Miller, and talks by Richard Tuttle, Hernan Bas, Flavin Judd, and many more.


Our feature film spans 10 years in the life and "death" of conceptual artist Bert Rodriguez, with commentary by Marina Abramovic, Vito Acconci, Jerry Saltz, Amy Cappellazzo and many more.


Our feature film captured the career liftoff and Brooklyn Museum solo show of painter Hernan Bas, with commentary by Rachel Feinstein, Mera & Don Rubell, Rosa de la Cruz, and many more.


In 50 films produced from 2008 to 2011, WetHeatTV captured definitive moments and artists working nonstop during the Miami experience of economic boom, meltdown, and art nexus perseverance.


Our film series follows 11 accomplished artists from their studios coast to coast to their on-site adventure installing immersive work during construction of one of America's largest luxury malls.


Our programming collaboration with the Fine Arts & Cultural Affairs Division of Miami International Airport presents documentary film and video artwork to millions of passengers every year.


Our films broadcast on WPBT's Art Loft include "MOCA Collector to Collector" with Irma Braman, Martin Z. Margulies, Andrew J. Hall, Ella Cisneros, Boris Hirmas and more. (Watch here.)


Our unique 5-year exhibition project challenged young visual artists to produce a compelling site-specific installation / performance in a high-visibility location during the pinnacle art season.


Our collaborative exhibition with Miami's New World School of the Arts teamed exceptional high school students to produce elaborate installations in response to important alumni artworks.