In honor of National Coming Out Day, The Hurricane is bringing you 11 queer films, in no particular order, that aren’t completely cringeworthy.
“Having all my friends and family here for this means the world. Thank you for allowing me to express my crazy and creative mind, especially in my hometown here in Miami,” Gutierrez said.
“The same people keep messing up and keep getting the same opportunities over and over,” Munn said in a Skype Q&A session Monday night. “The rest of us have to go to the back of the line and work our way up.”
On Sept. 13, “Mandy,” a film which the company has backed since its inception, will be screening across the country.
For sophomore Zoe Prescod, the movie hit close to home. “I cried because it was relatable,” she said.
Canes starred on camera and behind the scenes in this independent studio’s “new twist on the classic tail.”
Chinoy and Silvestri are two producers of the acclaimed film, “The Florida Project.” They have worked with the film’s director, Sean Baker, on previous projects and have built a partnership producing films with captivating stories. They discussed their experience in film production with a survey of motion pictures (CIM 103) class.
The gender-inclusive professional cinematic arts fraternity was recognized as one of the top three chapters of DKA in the country.
Sukul started the project during his senior year in the UM School of Communication. “Zindagi” premiers on WPBT on Tuesday.