The organizing committee of the International Festival of New Latin American Cinema confirmed the celebration of the annual event, which will have its 42nd edition at two different times due to Covid-19
The 42nd International Festival of New Latin American Cinema, headquartered in Havana, has over 1,800 films looking forward to participating in the film event, the organizing committee announced on Tuesday on its websites.
The 34th edition of Il Cinema Ritrovato Festival (The Rediscovered Cinema), Bologna 2020, will screen three restored films by Cuban director Tomas Gutierrez Alea, the island's Embassy in Italy confirmed in Rome.
The film Mambo Man, by Cuban musician Edesio Alejandro and British-Iranian film-maker Mo Fini, received today a new award after being chosen as the Best Feature Film of the season at Best Global Shorts festival.
The 42nd edition of the International Festival of New Latin American Cinema will take place from December 3 to 13, and this time with a unique feature, as it will honor the health personnel who risked their lives in the fight against the new coronavirus in Cuba and the world.
The popular animated character Tito Reacciona (Tito Reacts) already has its female counterpart in Celia, a little girl about 11 years old, brunette and green-eyed who addresses different topics such as gender equality, care for the environment, girls' rights and puberty issues.
The film Mambo Man, co-directed by Cuban composer and audiovisual producer Edesio Alejandro together with British-Iranian Mo Fini, continues its harvest of successes today with four awards at the Florence Film Awards, in Italy.
This Monday's screening of the film 'Habana Selfies' as part of the 41st International Festival of New Latin American Cinema is a poetic tribute to this capital, in the midst of celebrations to mark its 500 years of existence.
The 41st International Festival of New Latin American Cinema opens this Thursday with the premiere in Cuba of 'La Odisea de los Giles' (Heroic Losers), an Argentine feature film that will be presented by two of its protagonists: Ricardo and Chino Darin.
Troperos, the first documentary by Argentine Nicolas Detry, won the Santiago Alvarez Grand Prize at the 17th Santiago Alvarez in Memoriam International Festival of Documentary Films that ended Tuesday with the participation of 16 works from 11 countries.