SoundScape Cinema Series 2023-2024

The City of Miami Beach is excited to welcome you back for the 14th 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).

Note: The City of Miami Beach Department of Tourism and Culture, reserves the right to make changes in movie screenings, dates and cancelations as deemed necessary.

February 2024

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28
SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 131 minutes

  • Knives Out , Directed by Rian Johnson (2019)
    On his 85th birthday, crime novelist Harlan Thrombey is found dead in his room with his throat slit. Just as authorities are about to dismiss the tragedy as suicide due to the lack of evidence to prove otherwise, Benoit Blanc arrives at the scene to conduct his own investigation. Soon, it is revealed that all of Thrombey's family have a reason to murder the family's patriarch. Now Marta, the dead man's caregiver and most trusted confidante, might be able to identify who the killer is.
knives out

March 2024

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6
SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 165 minutes

  • The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, Directed by Francis Lawrence (2023)
    Descending from a prestigious family, Coriolanus Snow is having a hard time adjusting to the fall of his family's legacy after they suffered enormous losses during the war of the Districts and the Capitol. To regain his family's stature, he accepts a job mentoring tributes invented for the upcoming tenth Hunger Games. A prequel to The Hunger Games series, this adaptation follows the story of Coriolanus Snow during his youth.
Hunger Games The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13
SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 122 minutes

  • Haunted Mansion, Directed by Justin Simien (2023)
    The narrative tells the story of mother-son tandem Gabbie and Travis as they try to get rid of the mansion's resident ghosts. They enlist the help of a priest while a paranormal tour guide and a psychic are also in on the ride for this exorcism purge. But with the presence of entities like the Hatbox Ghost, it's going to be a big challenge. This film is a theatrical adaptation of The Haunted Mansion theme park attraction in Disneyland.
Haunted Mansion

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20
SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 105 minutes

  • The Marvels, Directed by Nia DaCosta (2023)
    The extremely powerful Carol Danvers finds her fate inexplicably intertwined with two younger women, Kamala Khan and Monica Rambeau. The three headstrong and independent women must then learn to work together and overcome their personal shortcomings to protect the universe from harm.
The Marvels

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27
SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 92 minutes

  • Wish, Directed by Chris Buck (2023)
    A young woman named Asha possesses wild wishes for happiness. After making a wish on a starry night, Asha is surprised when Star, a ball of cosmic energy, comes down to accompany her. Asha and Star must work together to defeat the ruthless ruler, King Magnifico, who threatens the safety of her local community. With Asha's unstoppable courage and Star's magical powers, nothing is impossible.
Wish

April 2024

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3
SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 128 minutes

  • Dead Poets Society, Directed by Peter Weir (1989)
    A staid but well-respected prep school is enlivened by a newly-arrived, charismatic English teacher, who inspires his students with unconventional methods and philosophies.
Dead Poets Society

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10
SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 120 minutes

  • Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, Directed by James Wan (2023)
    Having failed to defeat Aquaman the first time, Black Manta, still driven by the need to avenge his father’s death, will stop at nothing to take Aquaman down once and for all. This time Black Manta is more formidable than ever before, wielding the power of the mythic Black Trident, which unleashes an ancient and malevolent force. To defeat him, Aquaman will turn to his imprisoned brother Orm, the former King of Atlantis, to forge an unlikely alliance. Together, they must set aside their differences in order to protect their kingdom and save Aquaman’s family, and the world, from irreversible destruction.
Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17
SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 140 minutes

  • The Color Purple, Directed by Blitz Bazawule (2023)
    Musical adaptation of Alice Walker's novel about the life-long struggles of an African American woman living in the south during the early 1900s.
The Color Purple

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24
SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 97 minutes

  • Jules, Directed by Marc Turtletaub (2023)
    Jules follows Milton (Kingsley) who lives a quiet life of routine in a small western Pennsylvania town, but finds his day upended when a UFO and its extra-terrestrial passenger crash land in his backyard. Before long, Milton develops a close relationship with the extra-terrestrial he calls "Jules." Things become complicated when two neighbors (Harris and Curtin) discover Jules and the government quickly closes in.
Jules

May 2024

WEDNESDAY, MAY 1
SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 106 minutes

  • Past Lives, Directed by Celine Song (2023)
    Nora and Hae Sung, two deeply connected childhood friends, get separated after her family emigrates from South Korea. Two decades later, they reunite in New York City for one fateful week as they confront notions of destiny, love and life choices.
Past Lives

WEDNESDAY, MAY 8
SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 87 minutes

  • Migration, Directed by Benjamin Renner (2023)
    The animated film tells the story of a family of ducks dreaming of the perfect getaway vacation. Mack, the overprotective father, cannot take the risk of traveling from New England all the way to Jamaica. When his two kids, Dax and Gwen, try to convince him to take the leap, Mack must navigate the tricky route through New York City while keeping his family safe.
Migration

WEDNESDAY, MAY 15
SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 123 minutes

  • The Boys in the Boat, Directed by George Clooney (2023)
    The Boys in the Boat is a sports drama based on the #1 New York Times bestselling non-fiction book written by Daniel James Brown. The film, directed by George Clooney, is about the 1936 University of Washington rowing team that competed for gold at the Summer Olympics in Berlin. This inspirational true story follows a group of underdogs at the height of the Great Depression as they are thrust into the spotlight and take on elite rivals from around the world.
The Boys in the Boat

WEDNESDAY, MAY 22
SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 112 minutes

  • Wonka, Directed by Paul King (2023)
    This fantasy musical film follows the story of Willy Wonka, the famous but eccentric chocolatier based on the character from Roald Dahl's novel. In particular, it emphasizes his rise to the top. The narrative traces his beginnings as a young adult who started as an employee selling chocolate in a store until he became driven to enter the chocolate industry eventually. This film acts as a prequel to the 1971 film adaptation of Dahl's novel.
Wonka

WEDNESDAY, MAY 29
SoundScape Park (400 17th Street)
8 PM Showtime - 106 minutes

  • Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile, Directed by Josh Gordon (2022)
    A reptile shares “The House on East 88th St.” with a boy named Josh and his family. Tony Randall narrates this music tale, based on a story by Bernard Waber.
Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile
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