SoundScape Cinema Series 2022-2023

The City of Miami Beach is excited to welcome you back for for the 13th season of SoundScape Cinema Series!
Join us as we highlight some of our favorite movies this season!

The Cinema Series at SoundScape Park is held each Wednesday, October- May, beginning at 8 p.m. Each film screening is free to the public and does not require a ticket. Subscribe to the MBArtsAndCulture weekly eblast to receive weekly updates on the movie series.

In order to welcome all members of our community, films in SoundScape Park will be screened with English subtitles and captions, where available. The SoundScape Cinema Series is presented by the City of Miami Beach. Any requests for any other accommodations should call 305.604.2489 and select 1 for English or 2 for Spanish, then option 6; TTY users may call via 711 (Florida Relay Service).

February 2023

SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 144 minutes

  • King Richard , Directed by Reinaldo Marcus Green (2021)

    A look at how tennis superstars Venus and Serena Williams became who they are after the coaching from their father Richard Williams.

king richard

SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 52 minutes

  • The Harlem Hellfighters Great War , Directed by Francois Reinhardt (2019)

    Features Senator Cory Booker, President Barak Obama, By the end of 1917 a regiment of African-American soldiers had entered the trenches in France. They were the 15th regiment of the New York National Guard and exclusively made up of black soldiers, nicknamed the "Harlem Hellfighters." Under French command, these me discovered both the horrors of war and a world where racial segregation did not exist. Their unit became one of the most decorated of World War I.


SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 130 minutes

  • Till , Directed by Chinonye Chukwu (2022)

    The story of Emmett Louis Till and the legacy of his mother who pursued justice for her lynched son.


March 2023

SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 135 minutes

  • The Woman King , Directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood (2022)

    In the late eighteenth century, the Kingdom of Dahomey flourished as one of Africa's most powerful states. Yet as European merchants encroach, seeking riches at the expense of its people, warrior Nanisca takes a stand to uphold her peoples' freedom. Inspired by true events.

the woman king

SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 100 minutes

  • The Farewell , Directed by Lulu Wang (2019)

    After her beloved grandmother is diagnosed with terminal cancer, a Chinese-American woman returns to China for a family gathering secretly designed to say goodbye to the matriarch. However, when it becomes apparent that grandma is the only one unaware of the diagnosis, she struggles to keep the secret.

the farewell

SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 125 minutes

  • Where the Crawdads Sing , Directed by Olivia Newman (2022)

    Kya is a young woman who raised herself in the North Carolina marshlands after being abandoned there by her mother when she was a little girl. She feels detached from the small-town community near the marshes until two men show interest in her. However, when one of them later dies, she becomes the town's prime suspect.

where the crawdads sing

SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 117 minutes

  • Mr. Malcolm's List , Directed by Emma Holly Jones (2022)

    Jeremy Malcolm is the most sought bachelor in the English countryside. Rumors surface of a list that lays out all the perfect qualities for Mr. Malcolm's future wife. A suitor from out of town hears about Mr. Malcolm and is convinced she can win him over. Based on the novel Mr. Malcolm's List by Suzanne Allain.

mr malcoms list

SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 134 minutes

  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever , Directed by Ryan Coogler (2022)

    On the heels of the unexpected loss of King T'Challa, the nation of Wakanda finds itself at a crossroads in its fate. The surrounding powers of the world look on with greedy eyes, eager to encroach upon Wakanda in its most vulnerable state. All the while, its people remain steadfast, determined to protect their king's legacy and fight for their future.

black panther wakanda forever

April 2023

SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime

  • Ludi , Directed by Slamdance (2022)

    This film is curated and created by Slamdance.


SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 91 minutes

  • A Chance Encounter , Directed by Alexander Jeffery (2022)

    The story of a poet and a folk musician who find instant chemistry in Sicily. Aspiring poet Hal Flynn travels to Sicily for inspiration. There, he meets Josie Day, a semi-famous folk singer looking to have a second popular song. Together, the two spend time in their own impromptu writer's retreat. There, they challenge each other and grow closer to each other and their inspiration as a result.


SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 146 minutes

  • Jurassic World Dominion , Directed by Colin Trevorrow (2022)

    Expert paleontologists Alan Grant and Ellie Sattler join Owen Grady and Claire Dearing to study the precarious balance of this new ecosystem. Together, they witness the ultimate battle between two apex predators fighting for survival. The third installment in the Jurassic World franchise centers on a new world shared by humans and dinosaurs.

jurassic world domination

SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 151 minutes

  • The Fabelmans , Directed by Steven Spielberg (2022)
    Inspired by true events, the narrative follows Sammy Fabelman on a journey of self-discovery. At the age of seven, Sammy lives a simple life with his parents Burt and Mitzi. After finding out an unsettling family secret, Sammy falls in love with cinema and its power to tell stories.

the fabelmans

May 2023

SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 116 minutes

  • Minari , Directed by Lee Isaac Chung (2021)

    A Korean-American family moves to an Arkansas farm in search of their own American Dream. Amidst the challenges of this new life in the strange and rugged Ozarks, they find the undeniable resilience of family and what really makes a home.


SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 116 minutes

  • Yesterday , Directed by Danny Boyle (2019)

    After a freak accident during a worldwide blackout, struggling musician Jack Malik wakes to discover that he is the only person in the world to remember The Beatles. Using this newfound benefit to his advantage, Jack begins plagiarising the work of the legendary band to launch his career to superstardom.


SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 94 minutes

  • Yellow Rose , Directed by Diane Paragas (2019)

    In rural Texas, a Filipino teen longs to make her mark on the world of country music. When an unexpected opportunity comes her way, she must make a choice between upholding her family's traditions or leaving them all behind to pursue her lifelong aspiration.

yellow rose

SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 100 minutes

  • Turning Red , Directed by Domee Shi (2022)

    Disney and Pixar’s “Turning Red” introduces Mei Lee, a confident, dorky 13-year-old torn between staying her mother’s dutiful daughter and the chaos of adolescence. Her protective, if not slightly overbearing mother, Ming, is never far from her daughter—an unfortunate reality for the teenager. And as if changes to her interests, relationships and body weren’t enough, whenever she gets too excited (which is practically ALWAYS), she “poofs” into a giant red panda!

turning red

SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 118 minutes

  • Ant-Man And The Wasp , Directed by Peyton Reed (2018)

    After the events of the Avengers' Civil War, Scott Lang is still struggling with his responsibilities as a superhero, when Dr. Hank Pym recruits him for another mission. This time, he must fight alongside Hope van Dyne, who's been outfitted with a suit of her own to become The Wasp. While facing off against superpowered criminal Ghost, the mismatched duo uncover secrets about the origins of their abilities.

ant man and the wasp
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