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OMG! Dinner & A Movie- March Edition

The doors open promptly at 7pm. Dinner is served immediately thereafter and the film starts circa 7:45

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O Cinema Wynwood

90 NW 29th Street, Miami (305) 571-9970

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What could be better than a delicious meal and a fantastic movie with friends?  Nothing!
Join us for what is always a fun evening and a delicious meal.  Delve into the world of genius photographer Bert Stern and see how he shaped American advertising and contemporary photography wtih his startling images of Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor & Richard Burton, Twiggy and countless others.  On your plate will be another exciting meal from our friends at Harry’s Pizzeria.  Who would want to miss an evening like this?!


Canelinni bean antipasto
Focaccia chips
Starfruit & cucumber salad
Shepherd’s pie alla Bolognese
Chef Heddy’s Dessert: Coconut + Medjool Date Sticky Pudding w/ Rum Toffee Sauce
Movie Snack: Spiced + Candied Nuts



Bert Stern: Original Mad Man

Bert Stern: Original Mad Man is the definitive voyage into the life and work of one of the greatest American photographers of all time. After working alongside Stanley Kubrick at Look Magazine, Stern became an original Madison Avenue “mad man,” his images helping to create modern advertising.  Groundbreaking photos of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, Marilyn Monroe, Twiggy and the infamous Lolita image from Kubrick’s film, coupled with his astonishing success in advertising, minted Stern – along with Irving Penn and Richard Avedon – as a celebrity in his own right; indeed, Stern’s photographs of Monroe in her last sitting are considered to be the ultimate images of the 20th century icon. After marrying the stunning ballet dancer Allegra Kent, the kid from Brooklyn was sitting on top of the world…until a dramatic fall from grace.

Filmmaker Shannah Laumeister uncovers Stern – from his bad boy antics (including a liaison with Monroe) to his iconic photography.  Shockingly frank, it explores creativity, celebrity, and desire through the eyes of a man who got everything he wanted.  Almost.