Gainesville Latino Film Festival is a free, eight-day event centered around highlighting Latin American culture through film. From Sept. 8 to Sept. 18, the festival will feature two Spanish immersion storytelling events and performances by Latin fusion band Gilberto de Paz & TROPIX and Miami’s IFÉ-ILÉ Afro-Cuban Dance and Music, in addition to the films.
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“Encanto” is Disney’s first musical to represent the Colombian community. The musical’s soundtrack by Lin-Manuel Miranda reached No. 1 Jan. 15 on Billboard 200. The film’s discussion of immigrant family dynamics reached Gainesville, warming the hearts of local Colombians.
The film was well received by critics and fans worldwide, earning a 93% on Rotten Tomatoes and a 98% audience score, respectively. However, is the story worth the hype?
"Dune" introduces audiences to a future world through the lens of power, religion and spice
"Halloween Kills," the latest film in the "Halloween" series, was released Oct. 15. Here's everything you need to know about the franchise before hitting the theater.
The Matheson History Museum and Civic Media Center are commemorating LBGT History Month with a series of film screenings. The screenings will take place between Oct. 21 and Oct. 23 and feature several important films from LGBT history.
UF students reflect on the Asian representation in “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,” the latest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
"Sunday Night Live," the creative spin on the most successful late night television show “Saturday Night Live,” is a new student-produced show open to all majors at UF.
“Evangelion: 3.0+1.01 Thrice Upon a Time” remains a powerful and conclusive finishing film for the “Neon Genesis Evangelion '' series that fans will look back on fondly for years to come.
Netflix’s newest film trilogy, “Fear Street,” offers an innovative addition to the history of slasher films, with a focus on female-centered relationships and a multi-week release schedule.
The red-headed and overly-sexualized spy Natasha Romanoff, played by Scarlett Johansson, was introduced to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) more than 10 years ago in “Iron Man 2.” After nine Marvel movies, the only female Avenger in the original six gets her own film.
Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson’s film directorial debut “Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)” unearths astonishingly beautiful footage from a criminally overlooked festival with an undeniable historical impact.