Havana, Cuba.- The 32nd Latin American Film Festival of Havana begins on Thursday at 8:00 p.m. at the Karl Marx Theatre in the Cuban capital.
The event will be inaugurated with the premiere in Cuba of the Mexican film “Revolution”, which is a compilation of documentaries by 10 Mexican directors dealing with the legacy of the Mexican Revolution.
The opening ceremony will also offer an opportunity to enjoy good Cuban jazz by pianist Ernan Lopez-Nusa, bassist Yandy Martinez and drummer Enrique Pla, who will perform fragments of the piece Sacrilegios; a project still on production.
On this occasion, the festival’s program includes the screening of more than 500 films from the region and other works from different parts of the world.
It also includes the theoretical seminars ‘Intelligentsia and the Planet’ and ‘Bridges and More Bridges’, which is dedicated to Latin Americans living in the United States.
The Latin American Film Festival has begun and all movie theatres welcome a specialized audience, eager to enjoy Latin American cinema.