Havana, Jan 9 (Prensa Latina) A Dominican Republic film exhibition will pay tribute in March to the 65th anniversary of the Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry (ICAIC), the institution announced.
For the preparation of this event, which will bring the Cuban public closer to the seventh art of Dominican Republic, Víctor Oviedo Jr., director and producer, and Nicole Quiñones and Jean Rojas, producers, who are part of the management of the production company Acros Films, visited Havana.
The program of their visit included a tour of the Cubanacán Studios, the ICAIC facilities, a meeting with its President, the Board of Directors and the state-owned production company Audiovisuales ICAIC.
So far, the production company Acros Films, in charge of organizing the exhibition, has confirmed the participation of more than fifteen films and documentaries, and two animated films, for the enjoyment of all audiences.
These films are expected to be presented in different provinces of the country, in educational centers such as the Universidad de las Artes, and institutions such as Casa de las Américas and Casa del Alba Cultural, both in this capital city.
According to ICAIC, audiovisuals produced by filmmakers and technicians who graduated from courses and workshops at the International Film and Television School of San Antonio de los Baños will also be screened.