Friday, January 27, 2012

Int'l Low-budget Film Festival comes closer

Cuban filmmaker Lester Hamlet said in Holguin that the continuity of the International Low-Budget Film Festival honors the town of Gibara and Humberto Solas, creator and promoter of the event.

At a press conference on Wednesday, the president of this important cultural event stressed that the festival is based on very solid foundations, designed by the genius of Solas, which ratify it as a place to find ways of artistic achievement.

According to the Organizing Committee, more than 400 films from different countries have been registered for the competition sessions of this event to take place from April 17 to 22 in this charming coastal town.

Among other activities planned for the festival, it also announced simultaneous film screenings throughout the island, under the auspices of Martin Luther King Center.

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