Posts tagged ‘havana film festival’
Are relations between the United States and Cuba advancing? Thousands of people from both sides of the Florida Strait ask themselves this question.
Cuban intellectuals, apart from their roles and positions, strive to turn culture into a neutral state for an effective exchange.
Film director Juan Carlos Cremata Malberti knows that a film doesn’t change reality but influences the people’s way of thinking, which does have the power to change it. (more…)
The call is going out again for this year for the works to compete in the Festival of New Latin American Cinema in Havana.
The 32nd International Festival of the New Latin American Cinema will take place in Havana from December 2–12, 2010, and is summoning —as it does every year— works to be submitted in film competitions in the areas of fiction, documentary and animation, first works, unpublished scripts and film posters.
In addition, the institution’s programming includes a broad and representative exhibit of contemporary cinema from Latin America and the rest of the world, as well as conferences and seminars on diverse issues of cultural interest – especially film.
Deadline for inscription: September 10