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Miami Indie Cinema Roundup: Arthouse Films Oct. 29 To Nov. 4 (VIDEOS)

10/29/2012 01:37 pm ET | Updated Nov 12, 2012

Halloween festivities may have taken place over the weekend, but the fun isn't over at Miami's independent movie theaters.

At Coral Gables Art Cinema, the entire family is invited to watch "Coraline" in costume. Young Coraline, voiced by Dakota Fanning, is bored by her family's mundane life. When she discovers a tunnel that leads her to an alternate universe, she's excited by her new family's alter egos -- but also realizes that they won't let her leave.

For adult scary movies, Miami Beach Cinematheque is playing Andy Warhol's "Flesh for Frankenstein" and "Blood for Dracula," bringing back the creepy but satirical fun of 1970s horror films.

For those who can't get enough of the pin up era, "Bettie Page Reveals All" will be playing at the cinematheque as well, with a special appearance by Bunny Yeager, the first female pin-up photographer.

Also at our indie cinemas: LGBT activists combat AIDS, adopted daughters of China, and the chaos of Ireland in the '90s.

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