I got involved because I love movies and especially love movies about and from Latin America. I returned to Gainesville from Bogota, Colombia just before the 2013 GLFF and I was hooked. Professionally, I am a award-winning international journalist with expertise in Latin America whose credentials include CNN, CBS, the Associated Press and more. I…

Leva Jusionyte is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology and the Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Florida. She is also the coordinator of Crime, Law, and Governance in the Americas interdisciplinary working group. A political and legal anthropologist, since 2008 Leva has been conducting research on security, violence and…

She began assisting with the Gainesville Latino Film Festival in a public relations consultant role which evolved into her becoming the social media coordinator, where she manages the social media platforms and develops content ideas and assign roles to facilitate the conversation about the tenth annual film festival with the #GLFF14 team. She enjoys working with different cultural/subcultural organizations and…

  About three years after Latina Women’s League had begun, I was very attracted by its commitment to the Hispanic community. When I arrived in Gainesville to work at the University of Florida I began to closely follow the league’s activities and attended some of them as best I could (mostly the Film Festival). I managed to get…

  Yolanda is the 2014 Gainesville Latino Film Festival Assistant Director. She is known as Yolie. Follow her on twitter @bestillbetrue. Make sure to join the #GLFF14 conversation by following @GainesvilleLFF.

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