Speaking of film, the Miami International Film Festival premiered two movies about the regional art scene. “Miami Basel: Art’s Winter Playground” portrays how the Swiss art fair changed the city on an international scale from culture to real estate, when it expanded here in 2002. Directed by Social Miami founder Aaron Glickman and produced by Vista Worldlink president Joshua Liemer, the documentary starts in the late Eighties. Artists like Frank Stella, art collectors, curators, developers and politicians share their insight into the transformation. Exilium production company founders Tony Gonzalez and Jose Daniel Freixas (“Magic City Memoirs”) wrote, directed and produced “Vandal” about the underground world of street art in Wynwood, Little Haiti and Little Havana. They’re next collaborating with Leonardo DiCaprio’s production company on a film starring Benicio Del Toro.