Fort Lauderdale, nov (SF)-. With the arrival of the eleventh month of the year, the 34th edition of the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF) opened, which will exhibit an important sample of Latin American films until the next day 17.
The FLIFF34 brings, to the delight of moviegoers, an exciting line of American indie (independent) movie releases, some in several languages; others that are grouped in the “Made in Florida” division; and a representation of short and long footage documentaries.
In addition to the projections at the Savor cinemas (503 SE 6 St. Fort Lauderdale, FL. 33301) and Cinema Paradiso (2008 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, FL. 33020), the Festival offers great theme parties, a cruise with dinner and another cruise with brunch, as well as the presence of renowned movie stars and filmmakers.
On this occasion, the Hispanic public can enjoy a variety of Latin or Spanish themes, unmatched in previous editions. For example, on November 1, the opening movie was Cuba, on the IMAX giant screen, at the Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale.
“Cuba is a documentary that tells the powerful story of a land preserved over time, but on the cusp of dramatic changes. The vibrant culture of the nation, meticulously maintained colonial architecture and pristine ecosystems provide a vivid window to the history and spirit of the island, ”according to a press release.
Filmed exclusively for IMAX and giant screen formats, the film reveals why Cuba continues to stir up the imagination of the world.
Other Latin American films are Delfín, The Wall of Mexico, Initials S.G., Papita 2nd Base, Re Loca, Las Vegas and Operation Peter Pan.
For reports on the rest of the films, schedules, tickets and the rest of the collateral activities you can visit www.FLIFF.com or call 954-525 FILM (3456).