UF Center for Latin American Studies – Philip Williams, Director Emiliano’s Café LLC. – Wanda de Paz, Owner City of Gainesville – Russell Etling, Cultural Affairs Interim Manager at City of Gainesville Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs Department Visit Gainesville – John Pricher, Executive Director Carmen Cuenca Accounting Co – Carmen Cuenca, Owner Neutral7…

Sofia was born in Bolivia and moved to Gainesville four years ago.  She wanted to get involved with the Latina Women’s League because she thinks the work the organization does is very important for the Gainesville community. She wants to work to develop new opportunities for the Latino community through education and the promotion of the culture. She will be working in…

Edmundo H. Rodríguez is a highly regarded Puerto Rican film director. Rodríguez is a graduate of the prestigious NYU Tisch School of the Arts. He also studied acting for the camera at UCLA, which taught him how to see filmmaking from the actor’s point of view. He has worked as both producer and director for…

Maria is participating for the first time in the film festival as a content creator/ writer. She became interested in this project because she wanted to reconnect with her Hispanic roots. Her parents are from Nicaragua, and she was born in Miami, Fla. She enjoys reading about the history of Latin America and learning about the issues and trends…

Originally from San Juan, Puerto Rico, Sandra Teres grew up between the Island and New York City. She studied acting at New York’s prestigious Neighborhood Playhouse and then majored in Theater at the University of Puerto Rico. Born into a theatrical family, Sandra started her acting career at an early age. She found herself starring…

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