Here's a link to my holiday film preview that ran in today's Weekend section (is that the most ridiculously cute Weekend cover of all time, or what?
Go here to check out my interview with Marley & Me director David Frankel, which also appeared today.
Frankel, who lives in Coconut Grove, will be appearing at a seminar at the Miami Beach Cinematheque entitled From Florida to Hollywood: Conversations With David Frankel, in which he'll talk about the differences between shooting in South Florida (where he made Miami Rhapsody and Marley & Me) and the Hollywood-New York circuit (where he shot Sex and the City, The Devil Wears Prada and the Entourage pilot, among other).
Frankel, who graciously let me yak his ear off for 90 minutes when I interviewed him for Marley, is a smart and engaging storyteller, and the seminar is completely free, so you should really check it out. It'll be held from 6:30-8:30 Nov. 25 at the Cinematheque, 512 Espanola Way, Miami Beach. I'd go see him too if I wasn't seeing a movie that night. Go here for more details.