International Festival Of New Latin American Cinema: Significant Presence of Cuban Cinematography in the Festival’s 40th EditionWritten by Mireya Castañeda
Thirteen films by Cuban filmmakers are up for a Coral Award at the 40th International Festival of New Latin America Cinema, in the categories of Feature length, Fictional Short, Documentary, Animation, and Debut; as well as one for Post-production, five in Unpublished Screenplay, and 13 Film Posters.
Mauritius.—The traditional Festivity of Las Parrandas, held in Central Cuba every year, has been added to UNESCO's Representative List of Intangible Heritage.
Yandrey Lay, a writer from Villa Clara, won the prize of the 2018 Guillermo Vidal Narrative Contest with the book El hombre que se parecía a Julio Cortázar (The man who looked like julio Cortázar).
The curtains open to illusion throughout the city. The 23rd edition of the Ánfora Festival arrives and until Sunday. Las Tunas is again the magic capital of Cuba, despite the skeptics. A faithful and connoisseur audience waits every year by November to enjoy the spells that reach the crowd, both in theaters, as in corners, work centers, schools.