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Opening night film premiere, El Cuerno de la Abundancia (Horn of Plenty), a comedy by award winning Cuban filmmaker Juan Carlos Tabío and reception at The Directors Guild Theatre

50 years of the Development of Cuban Cinema
• Retrospective of Cuban master, Santiago Alvarez’ bold and unexpected images.
• Remembering Humberto Solas (1941-2008): Legendary filmmaker whose works encompassed key moments in Cuban and Latin American history
• Showcase of works by young Cuban filmmakers

Recent Puerto Rican Cinema: films by leading directors, Jacobo Morales, Raul Marchand, Edmundo Rodriguez, and Lilian Rosado

Stranger than Fiction:  A Tribute to award-winning Colombian director, Luis Ospina

Nuevas Miradas, New Views: the latest films produced by graduate students from the International School of Film and TV (EICTV), San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba

A selection of compelling documentaries

Premieres of award-winning films from the Festival Internacional del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano that takes place each December in Havana

Special programming for children at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Educational programs including panel discussions, workshops, and Q&A sessions with filmmakers

Events with Filmmakers

Receptions and parties with Latin American delegates

Searching for the Future

Anne Marie Stock

Cuba-US. 2008-2007.DVD.Documentary. 61 min.


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  • Spanish

This program presents recent documentaries by two of Cuba’s talented young filmmakers, Alina Rodríguez Abreu and Karel Ducases Manzano.  Both employ their artistic expression in order to provoke change, and both have work on their own as well as with the island’s film industry.

Este programa presenta 2 nuevos documentales de Cuba por dos talentosos jóvenes cineastas Alina Rodríguez Abreu y Karel Ducases Manzano. Ambos emplean su expresión artística con el fin de provocar el cambio, y ambos tienen sobre su propio trabajo, así como  la industria del cine de la isla.



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  • Spanish

A specialist on Cuban cinema, Ann Marie Stock is the author of On Location in Cuba: Street Filmmaking during Times of Transition (Univ. North Carolina Press, 2009) and founding director of the Cuban Cinema Classics initiative ( Dr. Stock is on the faculty of Hispanic Studies and Film Studies at the College of William & Mary in Virginia, and regularly serves as a member of festival organizing committees and juror at such events as Sundance, Cinergia and the Havana Film Festival.

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