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ScreenDance Miami: Breath Made Visible

Directed by: Ruedi Gerber | 2009 | 1h 22m | Unrated

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O Cinema South Beach

1130 Washington Ave, Miami Beach (786) 471-3269

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General Admission  – $25.00 (SOLD OUT)
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Miami Light Project Members – $20.00 (SOLD OUT)
• General Admission (without Brunch)  – $12.00
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• Miami Light Project Members (without Brunch) – $10.00
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O Cinema is proud to partner with Miami Light Project for ScreenDance Miami 2022 and a special screening of BREATH MADE VISIBLE!


• 11:00am – Doors Open
• 11:30am – Brunch by Green Gables Cafe

• 12:00pm – Film Starts
• 1:30pm – Post-Film Discussion


  • Deconstructed Turkey Burrito Bowl – Turkey picadillo, black beans, basmati brown rice, avocado and scallions with jalapeño aioli. Everything in one bowl!
  • Dessert is a luscious Coconut & Cacao Macaroon
  • Complimentary Water & Hot Tea


BREATH MADE VISIBLE is the first feature length film about the life and career of Anna Halprin, the American dance pioneer who has helped redefine our notion of modern art with her belief in dance’s power to teach, heal, and transform at all ages of life. This cinematic portrait blends recent interviews with counterparts such as the late Merce Cunningham, archival footage, including her establishment of the first multiracial dance company in the U.S., and excerpts of current performances such as “Parades and Changes” at the Georges Pompidou Center in Paris, to weave a stunning, inspiring account of one of the most important cultural icons in modern dance.


DOLORES | Directed by: Gina Margillo | 2021

Dressed in her clothing and using improvised movement, three dancers (Niurca Marquez, Rosie Herrera, Gina Margillo) channel the complex spirit of Dolores Eugenia, the filmmaker’s mother, in an effort to exorcise demons, celebrate her life force, and process grief.

Gina Margillo works in the mediums of performance, conceptual art, video, and collage to tell stories, deconstruct issues, and build connection. 

“Packed with illuminating interviews and lyrical movement, Breath Made Visible portrays a woman with angels in her feet and innovation in her blood. Long may she rock.”

“Breath Made Visible is an admiring documentary portrait of Anna Halprin, a woman so remarkable it is hard to fit her into the confines of a film, let alone a sentence.”