Juan Antonio Barquin
Juan Antonio Barquin co-runs a film criticism site, Dim the House Lights, and works as an arts writer for New Times. He aspires to be Bridget Jones and loves genre flicks.
3 days ago | Culture
Last month, the filmmaking duo of Karli Evans and Cassandra Keith launched an Indiegogo campaign to help finish funding their film, Emergence. The documentary pairs interviews with drag performers and behind-the-scenes looks at them preparing for ...
13 days ago | Culture
You've probably already upped your movie intake recently — it's a foolproof way to escape the summer heat. But if you need more inspiration to buy those tickets, here it is: Miami's art cinemas have quite the collection of classics available for v...
18 days ago | Culture
This year, Florida’s premier horror film festival, Popcorn Frights, moves its series of chilling works to Savor Cinema in Fort Lauderdale. The festival gave New Times film critics Juan Antonio Barquin and Hans Morgenstern a preview of several of t...
19 days ago | Culture
Miami’s drag scene has exploded in the best way. New Times has been there to capture much of it through the lens of photographer Karli Evans. During the past year, Evans and filmmaking partner Cassandra Keith have chronicled the evolution of the s...
29 days ago | Stage
Even if you didn't know it, you've probably seen Josue Garcia around Miami — at El Tucán, Gramps, the Corner, on New Times' site — in or out of drag as half of the duo Juleisy y Karla. But with his new Microtheater Miami play, Garcia brings someth...
1 month ago | Culture
In the exhausting South Florida summer heat, the cool interior of a cinema is the only place to be. You could take your pick of any blockbuster feature hitting the screens this year, or you could take a trip back into a different era with any numb...