The 2014 Havana Film Festival New York will take place from April 3 to 11, celebrating Latin American film for its 15th year. Films will be shown in a wide variety of venues around the city, including the Directors Guild Theater, Quad Cinema, Museum of the Moving Image, Bronx Museum, SVA Theatre, CUNY Graduate Center, and NYU King Juan Carlos Center.
This year the festival honors Daniel Díaz Torres (Cuba, 1948-2013), director of 16 films, including La película de Ana, Alicia en el Pueblo de Maravillas, Kleines Tropicana, Hacerse el sueco, and Lisanka.
Description: For fifteen years, Havana Film Festival New York (HFFNY) has premiered the latest award-winning films by prominent and emerging cinema visionaries as well as classics from legendary filmmakers from Latin America. Today, HFFNY is recognized as one of NYC’s premier cultural events celebrating Latin American cinema and has achieved an international reputation. Our program attracts a multicultural audience and art house film aficionados of diverse socio-economic backgrounds as well as lovers of independent film and Latin American culture.
For more information, see http://www.hffny.com/2014/