Pretty Boy Josh

Pretty Boy Josh is an experimental short film that explores the stigma of homosexuality in the Miami Latinx community, illustrates the dangers of hypermasculinity, and voices the possibility of living an optimistic queer life. Told through the lens of a gay, Latino, and chronically ill young man, voiceovers, movement, archive footage, and sound are utilized to express this personal story of perseverance and self-acceptance.


JOSHUA HERNANDEZ is an actor, performer, and writer from Miami, Florida. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from Florida State University and trained abroad at FSU Theatre Academy London. His work includes roles in theatre, film, and new media projects. 

Notable acting credits include Waves of Isolation (Arsht@Home), Admissions (GableStage), New Year/New Plays Festival (Palm Beach Dramaworks), ALT_FUTURE (Raw Pop Up), and Romeo and Juliet (North Dakota Shakespeare Festival).

Joshua is interested in telling stories that highlight the queer and Latinx experience. He recently co-created and performed in Gina and Josh, an independent mini web series that centers around two fabulous best friends who love dancing, chisme, and serving lewks.