Billy Corben On New Documentary 'Screwball', Alex Rodriguez & Tony BoschNobody knows Miami like Billy Corben. The filmmaker chats about his new documentary, which tells the story of the Biogenesis scandal in Major League Baseball.
Focus On South Florida: The Education FundThe Education Fund is a nonprofit dedicated to improving our public schools.
Facing South Florida: Cocaine Cowboy Fugitive ArrestedAfter 26 years on the run, Gustavo Falcon was captured in Kissimmee where he was living under an assumed identity with his wife and children.
Jose Fernandez The Greatest ‘30 For 30’ Never Told? Filmmaker Wants To Change That"What if I told you Jose Fernandez is the greatest 30 for 30 never told. Yet."
Miami Filmmaker Urges Fans To Report Police Union Pres. For Cyber-BullyingFilmmaker Billy Corben has asked his thousands of fans to report the Miami Fraternal Order of Police Union president who blasted a woman's actions on Facebook after she pulled over an officer for speeding.
Local Leaders, Filmmaker Swim For A CauseCity and county commissioners and a local filmaker stripped down and faced off to raise money for families in Coconut Grove to swim this summer for free.
Facing South Florida: Dawg Fight “Dawg Fight”, a revealing look at South Florida’s underground world of backyard fighting had its world premiere this week at the Miami International Film Festival. This documentary is the latest work of Billy Corben, who also directed such notables as “Cocaine Cowboys” and “The U”. “Dawg Fight” gives viewers a glimpse of Miami-Dade County they’ve likely never seen before. Corben gives Jim an inside look on what that world is all about.
Preview Of Billy Corben's Documentary "Dawg Fight"The director of “Cocaine Cowboys” and “The U” has new documentary coming out Friday – “Dawg Fight.”
Focus on South Florida: Miami International Film FestivalThe curtain goes up in just a few days on the 32nd annual Miami International Film Festival. One of the films making its world premiere is called "Dawg Fight". It is a brutal expose on underground backyard mixed martial arts fighting in one of South Florida's toughest neighborhoods. It is directed by Florida native Billy Corben, who is best known for his documentaries “Cocaine Cowboys”, “The U” and “The U Part Two”. We focus on Corben’s new film in particular and the festival in general.
Going Broke: Life After SportsIt's the kind of money most of us could only dream of especially to play a game. Yet everyday professional athletes cash checks for millions of dollars.
The U Part 2: You Can't Make This Stuff UpThe University of Miami football team may have played their last regular season game over a week ago but the school, the team and its history were front and center on Thursday night at The Colony theatre in Miami Beach.
Tech Sector Businesses Look For Solution to Wynwood Parking Problems Wynwood’s explosive job growth really is a double-edged sword.
Leaders Search For Perfect Spot For Soccer StadiumMiami-Dade County will begin talks this week with a group led by David Beckham to hammer out details of a pro-soccer stadium.
Sun Life Renovation Battle Is The Talk Of The TownMiami-Dade residents won't vote on a plan to renovate Sun life Stadium, but they're still talking about it. The stadium renovation bill died in the Florida House Friday putting an end to early voting.
Exclusive: Movie Director Billy Corben Makes PSA About Teen ViolenceA South Florida movie director known nationwide for films including “Cocaine Cowboys,” “Broke” and “The U” is making a Public Service Announcement aimed at curbing teen violence.