Three films from Peru to be screened in Washington film festival

23/09/2010 at 4:09 pm Leave a comment


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Three award-winning Peruvian films will be screened in Washington DC, United States, reports Peru.com.

These films are: The Milk of Sorrow (2009 Berlin Golden Bear winner, by Claudia Llosa), Undertow (Sundance Festival Audience Award, by Javier Fuentes-Leon) and October (awarded in Cannes with “Un Certain Regard” prize, by Daniel and Diego Vega), which will be shown at the Washington Latin American Film Festival opening today, Sept. 21, in Silver Spring, a suburb near Washington D.C.

This festival, which turns 21 this year, is backed by the American Film Institute (AFI) and features the some of the best films from Latin America, and also celebrates Ibero-American connections including films from Spain and Portugal.

Source: Isabel Guerra

Entry filed under: FILM FESTIVALS, IN SPANISH..., LATIN AMERICAN FILM, PERUVIAN CINEMA. Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , .

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