ANNA by Jacques Toulemonde featuring actress Juana Acosta opens the 4th edition of the ColFilmFest on March 22, 7:30pm
World, U.S, New York premieres and the most remarkable actors and filmmakers of Colombian film industry at Village East Cinema
New York, February 2, 2016-. On Tuesday, March 23 starting at 6:30 pm at the Village East CInema, the Colombian Film Festival will roll out its red carpet and start-off its 4th edition with the U.S. premiere of ANNA. The first feature by Colombian-French director Jacques Toulemonde is a road movie between France and Colombia, that tells the story of a young Colombian mother trying to win her son’s love back.
Colombian actress Juana Acosta, a young mother that lives in Paris, tries to spend more time with her ten-year-old son, Nathan, but Philippe, her ex-husband, doesn’t trust her anymore and threatens her to take full custody of the child. Having no other choice, she convinces her boyfriend Bruno to help her, and the three of them fly away to Colombia. During this journey, Anna will strive to build a new family, and will face the difficulty of being a mother.
More than 16 films will be shown to the New York audiences during the 5-day festival, being the biggest celebration to the Colombian film industry out of the Colombian boundaries. Actors and filmmakers will be in town to participate in the different events, including Q&As and panels.
Actors Carolina Guerra, Juan Acosta, Carolina Ravassa, and directors Jacques Toulemonde, Daniela Abad, Carlos Tribiño, Riccardo Gabrielli, and Cesar Augusto Acevedo, will walk down the red carpet at Village East Cinema along with local Latino celebrities.
The screening will begin at 7:30pm
For interviews with the director of the ColFilmFest, Juan Carvajal and the guests artists; high definition photos and video, contact Diana Vargas: email@example.com / 917-658-7735
ColFilmFest is sponsored by Delta Air Lines
WHAT: 4th Colombian Film Festival New York
WHEN: March 22-27, 2016
WHERE: Village East Cinema (181-189 Second Ave, at 12 street)
RATES: $18 general