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HFFNY History Havana Film Festival in New York (HFFNY) is an internationally recognized film festival celebrating Latin American cinema. In its 17th anniversary, HFFNY features more than 40 films from the most exciting cinematic talent from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, Costa Rica, Venezuela and the United States. HFFNY upholds the reputation for which it is known: enriching and expanding the vision of Latino culture in the United States. The films chosen each year reflect strong cultural and social identities rooted in their respective countries. The festival offers our audience the opportunity to see award-winning full-length feature films, documentaries, shorts, animation, and classics as well as new independent films rarely screened in the U.S.

HFFNY has paid tribute to some of the most important directors and actors including: Fernando Birri (Argentina), Walter Salles (Brazil), Silvio Caiozzi (Chile), Victor Gaviria (Colombia), Humberto Solas (Cuba), Juan Carlos Tabio (Cuba), Luis Alberto Garcia (Cuba), Jorge Perugorría (Cuba), Tomás Gutiérrez Alea (Cuba), Arturo Ripstein (Mexico), Jacobo Morales (Puerto Rico), and Estela Bravo (U.S.).

We continue forging a close relationship with our community, providing a multi-cultural experience to different age groups. Our special events, including retrospectives and panel discussions with notable local and international directors, actors, and producers, provide our audience with educational opportunities as well as a behind-the-scenes look at an industry that continues to gain recognition on a global level. By collaborating with other institutions and festivals, HFFNY is able to bring to NY the work of the most dynamic international Latino filmmakers. #HFF #HFFNY2016 #HAVANAFILMFESTIVAL #HFFNY #MYLIFESTYLEMAGAZINE #INNOVATIONMEDIANY

Pavel Giroud | Cuba – Colombia – Panama – Venezuela – France | 2015 | Fiction | 104 min | NY PREMIERE
Directors Guild Theatre – April 7 @ 6:30PM – OPENING NIGHT

– Director Pavel Giroud and Actor Yotuel Romero present for Q&A
Museum of Moving Image 4/9 @ 7:00pm
– Director Pavel Giroud and Actor Yotuel Romero present for Q&A

Protagonizada por el ganador del Latin Grammy® Yotuel Romero, El acompañante se desarrolla en 1988 en Cuba, cuando el gobierno envió a los pacientes con VIH a los centros de SIDA para ser atendidos bajo un régimen militar. Narra la amistad entre Horacio Romero, campeón de boxeo cubano, que no pasa la prueba de la droga y debe servir como un “compañero” (un eufemismo de guardia) de Daniel, un paciente conflictivo.

PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEO BY Ivan Morales – Innovation MEDIA New YORK – MY LifeStyle Magazine Copyright 2016 © All rights reserved ©


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