Icon off Screen: Sinatra on LocationFilms
Frank Sinatra, movie star, made films in Miami in the 1950s and 1960s. Join HistoryMiami for a special evening with Kevin Wynn, a film critic, film archivist, television producer and history enthusiast, presents unique footage from the Lynn and Louis Wolfson II Florida Moving Image Archives that recalls Sinatra’s made-in-Miami movies, from “A Hole in the Head” to “Lady in Cement.” The museum will go behind the scenes on “Lady in Cement,” showing rare on-set footage of Sinatra, Welch and co-star Dan Blocker at work on the film and interviews with Blocker and director Gordon. Members, free. Non-members, $10.