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On April 17 2015, New York Havana Film Festival Starts

On April 17 2015, New York Havana Film Festival Starts
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On April 17 2015, New York Havana Film Festival Starts

On April 17 2015, New York Havana Film Festival Starts

On April 17 2015, New York Havana Film Festival Starts.

16th HAVANA FILM FESTIVAL NY WRAPS UP PACKED WEEK OF LATIN CINEMA WITH THE NEW YORK PREMIERE OF MEXICAN FEATURE GLORIA. APRIL 17, 2015. 5:00pm: Red Carpet. 6:00pm: Havana Star Prize Award Ceremony & Screening. DGA Theater – 110 W 57th St (Bet. 6/7 Ave.)

The 16th Havana Film Festival New York (HFFNY) wraps up with its Closing Night Award Ceremony and the N.Y. premiere of the highly anticipated Mexican Film Gloria, by Swiss director Christian Keller. This controversial biopic chronicles the astonishing life of international pop star Gloria Trevi, the “Mexican Madonna.” Well-known Mexican actress Sofía Espinosa (Cappadocia, HBO), and director Christian Keller will be present for a Q&A after de screening. “With its dry-eyed view of the seamier side of show business, it is a superior pop-star portrait. Ms. Espinosa’s ferocious performance evokes both Madonna and Miley Cyrus,” said film critic Stephen Holden, New York Times.

On April 17 2015, New York Havana Film Festival Starts

Gloria, by Swiss director Christian Keller

The 16th HFFNY (April 9-17, 2015) features an outstanding program of over 45 films from Latin America, the Caribbean and U.S.,including World, U.S., and NY premieres, as well as award winners from Havana International Film Festival, Cannes, Guadalajara, and Berlin. A true Latin American film feast, it takes place all over the city at DGA Theater, King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center at NYU, Museum of the Moving Image, Quad Cinema, and School of Visual Arts (SVA). Visit: www.hffny.com.

International Guest: Mexican actress Sofía Espinosa (Los Bañistas/Open Cage, Gloria), Swiss Director Christian Keller (Gloria), Chilean director Bernardo Quesney (Desastres Naturales/Natural Disasters), Colombian director Patricia Ayala (Un asunto de tierras/A matter of lands), Cuban directors Enrique (Kiki) Álvarez (Two Coral Awards, International Festival of New Latin American Cinema) and Marilyn Solaya (Popularity Award from International Havana Film Festival), Cuban actors Carlos Enrique Almirante (La Pared de las Palabras/ The Wall of Words) and Luis Alberto García (Vestido de Novia/His Wedding Dress), Luciano Castillo (Director of Cuban Film Archive) and director Roberto Salinas (The Trouble Maker, Behind the Scenes of the United Nations.)

NY-Based Guests: Orange is the New Black actress Laura Gómez; Brazilian actor, producer and filmmaker Yves Goulart; Broadway theater director Randahl Hoey; legendary Colombian photographer Nereo López; Venezuelan writer and director Francisco Lupini; actor, writer and producer Adrian Martínez; Dominican singer and songwriter Irka Mateo; Cuban actress Claudia Muñíz (7 Days in Havana); actress and theater Producer Puy Navarro; and producer and art director Marcelo Nigri.

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