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Film Screening & Discussion with Writer / Director Julia Solomonoff
Wednesday, May 8 @ 6:45 pm
1508 SW 8th Street, Miami, FL 33135 United States
Nadie nos mira / Nobody’s Watching is a film about the struggle of self-imposed exile; how the pleasures of anonymity and freedom contrast with the pain of loneliness and loss that shapes immigrant experience. Nico, mid 30s, is a young Argentine actor fighting to build a career in the US, without assistance, or connections, never too far from heart-breaking failure, but often blinded by the mirage of immediate success.
Followed by a discussion from writer and director Julia Solomonoff in coversation with Margaret Cardillo. Free and open to the public
An Argentine writer/director living in New York, Julia Solomonoff’s feature films include Hermanas, The Last Summer of la Boyita, and Nobody’s Watching (Best Actor Award at Tribeca Film Festival 2017). For TV, she directed the documentary series Paraná, biography of a river, the mockumentary Chin Chon Fan, and The Suitor (NEA grant, aired on PBS). Her short films received awards from DGA, FIPRESCI and a regional Academy Award Nomination. Her films are part of MoMA’s permanent collection and were featured in a Lincoln Center retrospective. A Fulbright grantee, Solomonoff holds an MFA from Columbia University, where she taught Film Directing for six years. She now teaches at NYU Tisch School of the Arts.
Margaret Cardillo is a Florida native. She graduated from Boston College and then became Associate Editor at Hyperion Books Children. She earned two MFAs–one in Creative Writing and one in Screenwriting–from the University of Miami on fellowship. Her children’s book, JUST BEING AUDREY, a biography of Audrey Hepburn for children, won the Florida Book Award Gold Medal in 2011. Margaret’s next book, a children’s biography of Jackie Kennedy Onassis, will be published in 2017. Margaret’s film, POSTHUMOUS, won an Emmy in the student category, received several Best of Fest awards, and is being screened on Virgin Atlantic Airlines. Margaret teaches screenwriting at UM and lives with her family in Miami.