Benicio Del Toro Directs in Cuba: Watch Hutcherson and Del Toro talk about shooting Seven Days in Havana

11/01/2012 at 6:10 pm 1 comment


Puerto Rican actor-turned-director Benicio Del Toro recently screened his latest film project in Cuba, Seven Days in Havana, a French-Spanish production made up of seven shorts. Del Toro directed the first short entitled To Yuma (The American), a story that follows a young American actor (Hunger Games’ Josh Hutcherson) trying to break into the film industry who travels to Cuba for a film festival.
While promoting the film during a press conference in Havana, Del Toro said the experience was so rewarding he plans to continue directing.
“To see the motivation of all the artists, working 14 hours a day, to see the confidence they had in me, the collaboration between everything, is something very special. It’s an experience that motivates me to dream of trying it again,” said Del Toro.

Source: Movies.com

Entry filed under: DIRECTORS, INDUSTRY NEWS, LATIN AMERICAN FILM. Tags: , , , , .

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