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Special Presentation

Director Patricia Juarez will be in attendance to participate in a post-screening Q&A.

This screening is a part of the Spotlight on Cuba at Miami Film Festival, made possible with support of ArtesMiami

Antihero is a spirited documentary about the life and works of José Manuel Domínguez, and the world of people with disabilities. Domínguez is a blind Cuban writer, actor, and director who produces plays through his organization Antiheroes Project which emphasizes inclusion. Under his direction, Antiheroes Project has rapidly evolved into one of the influential Latinx contemporary arts theater groups in South Florida.

Antihero explores how Domínguez’ artistic work transcends raising awareness about people with disabilities, their challenges, achievements, and shortcomings, and their right to inclusion. The film is directed by first-time filmmaker Patricia Juarez who has skillfully documented one of Miami’s most important artists.


Patricia Juárez studied Architecture at the University of Juarez, she worked as an architect for some years, then decided her real vocation was acting and writing and moved to Mexico City, where she studied acting and dramatic literature at UNAM and got a diploma in creative writing at SOGEM. She moved to Florida, where worked in theater and Spanish TV, and studied Film Production and Graphic Design at Broward College.

Sponsored by ArtesMiami and FlixLatino.

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April 13
1:00 pm
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Koubek Center Theater
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