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8th Havana Film Festival In New York, April 13 - 19, 2007
Published March 16, 2007

The 8th Annual Havana Film Festival in New York will present rarely seen new films from and about Latin America.

The 8th Annual Havana Film Festival in New York (HFFNY) will present rarely seen new films from and about Latin America, as well as classic features, documentaries, short and animated films. The N.Y. premiere of award-winner, El Benny, by Cuban Director Jorge Luis Sanchez, will open the festival on April 13 at the Quad Cinema. New Yorkers and metropolitan area residents will have the opportunity to see during seven days more than 40 films from over 13 countries (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico, U.S and Uruguay). Film lovers and the general public will also have a unique opportunity to attend panel discussions with directors, producers and actors. This year, HFFNY will also pay tribute to one of the most acclaimed contemporary Cuban actors, Jorge Perugorria (Strawberry and Chocolate, Guantanamera) and will host a greatly anticipated panel in marketing and distribution, moderated by Sandy Lieberson, Chairman, Film London.

All foreign language films subtitled in English.

The Havana film festival will be held at several locations:

Quad Cinema: 34 West 13th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues), NYC
The Metropolitan Museum Of Art: 5th Ave at 82nd Street, NYC
Museum Of The Moving Image: 35 Avenue at 36th Street, Long Island City
King Juan Carlos I Of Spain Center, NYU: 53 Washington Square South, NYC
Tisch School Of The Arts, NYU: 721 Broadway (off Waverly Pl.). Theater 006, Lower Concourse

For more information, please call: 212-946-1839.