Miami Indie Cinema Roundup: Arthouse Films Aug. 27 to Sept. 2 (VIDEO)

08/27/2012 03:16 pm ET | Updated Aug 27, 2012

The world is yours this week in Miami's indie cinemas, from a doc about the sinking Maldives to a look at German painter Gerhard Richter to perhaps the most Miami screening of all time, "Scarface." Yes, "Scarface."

But that's just scratching the surface. At O Cinema, Spike Lee's newest film "Red Hook Summer" tells the story of a young middle-class Atlanta boy named Flik Royale, who must spend his summer with his grandfather -- a bishop who lives in the projects of Brooklyn. Not only is Flik not thrilled about having to listen to his grandfather quote scripture and make him work, but he's also overwhelmed as he learns about a darker side of the world he's never seen.

At Coral Gables Art Cinema, "Frank & Robot" is a humorous story about getting into adventures even when you're growing old. Frank's son buys him a robot to help him around the house, and the duo becomes a robbery heist team.

You won't be bored this Labor Day at Cinema Paradiso with some of the best in rock films playing all weekend long, including "Rattle and Hum," "Pink Floyd The Wall" and "The Kids Are Alright," just to name a few.

Check out what else is playing with our roundup of trailers, showtimes, and prices below:

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