Latin American films throughout Guantanamo
Guantanamo, Nov. 27. – A dozen film productions will be opened in this eastern territory from December 4 to 13 as part of the offers of the 31st Festival of the New Latin-American Film.
Distant about 900 km from Havana, the province will present some of the most relevant movies during the last the event, which brings together many Latin American filmmakers each year in December.
Among the prominent films are the Argentine film “Leonera” by director Pablo Trapero, the first of the series and award-winning last year, following the movie listing the Brazilian film “Tropa Elite” by Jose Padilla and the Colombian “Perro Come Perro” by Carlos Moreno.
The proposals in Huambo cinema, main venue of the even, will be extended to 10 municipalities of the territory and the communities of Jamaica and Palenque de Yateras through the community video clubs in Guantánamo which are more than twenty.
The extent of the offers of the New Latin American Film Festival promotes the inhabitants of the Cuba’s easternmost province to have a look at the reality of the area through the films that each year contest in Havana for the coveted Coral prize.
By: Roylan Pardo
Entry filed under: ARGENTINIAN CINEMA, BRAZILIAN CINEMA, CUBA INT FILM FEST, CUBAN CINEMA, FILM FESTIVALS, LATIN AMERICAN FILM, MEXICAN CINEMA. Tags: Argentine film, Brazilian Film, Colombian film, Cuba, Festival of the New Latin-American Film.