The Gainesville Latino Film Festival showcases the diversity of political and social issues as well as cultural practices in the Latin community. The line-up expresses these differences and is also a great representation of the excellence of the Latino community’s art.
The festival goal is to create conversation regarding health, immigration, cultural history, and environmental realities facing our generation and the diversity of Latin America in Celebration of Latino/Hispanic Heritage Month.
During the majority of screenings, the audience will have the opportunity to participate in many discussions and meetings with creators and special guest of the film festival. All events are free and open to the public.
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The 9th Annual Gainesville Latino Film Festival is sponsored by UF Center for Latin American Studies, Alachua County Library District, Institute of Hispanic-Latino Culture, Center for African Studies, Gainesville Commission on the Status of Women, Sweetwater Branch Inn, Harn Museum of Art, Saboré Restaurant, Emiliano's Café, Samuel Proctor Oral History Program, UF Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere, UF Center for Women's Studies and Gender Research, Artwalk Gainesville, City of Gainesville, UF Center for Jewish Studies, Neutral 7 Design Group, Hola Noticias Hispanic Newspaper, Alta Vista Films, Other Eye Films, Skylight Pictures, Digital Media Technology, Digital Metamorphosis, Latina Women's League, Dirección de Asuntos Culturales Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores de Chile, Nicolita Design Swimwear, C.C. Accounting Co., Macy's, VisitGainesville, Beechler's Printing, Nuvo TV, Hispanic Heritage Month 2012, Law Office of Evan D. George, Mode Salon, La Nopalera Restaurant, Gainesville Fashion Week 2013, Sante Fe College, and Chris Froyd Instinctual Designer.
Center for the Humanities
and the Public Sphere
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
200 Walker Hall
P.O. Box 118030
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611