Dutch film week in Havana

After three years, the ninth Dutch Film Week returns to the Cuban capital, the original idea of ​​the Dutch Olivia Buning.

Over the next few days, and until December 18, viewers will be able to come into contact with the cinematography of that country through films such as Anne+: the moviea hit with the public in the Netherlands.

Praised above all for the work of its actors, the film directed by Valerie Bisscheroux focuses on portraying the world queeralthough it is not a fiction where only the realities of the LGBTQ+ collective, but those of an entire generation that finds it difficult to find its way. This is the main conflict of the protagonist of the film.

With an “overly explicit script” for some critics, Anne+: the movie It is a film that provides a lot of representativeness showing, for example, a type of sexual relations that is not usually seen in the cinema. But where it shines the most is in the process of self-knowledge of the protagonist trying to find her vital path.

Cine 23 y 12 (headquarters of the Cuban Cinematheque) and Sala Glauber Rocha, of the New Latin American Cinema Foundation, are the venues for the event. It has the cooperation of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and Eye Filmmuseum/SEE.NL, a Dutch institution and counterpart of the Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry (ICAIC).

The organizers selected the documentary 100UP, that tells the peculiar stories of seven 100-year-old people. With the exhibition of the material, a tribute will be paid to its director, Heddy Honigmann, who recently passed away.

Other films like Do not hesitate Y buladó make up the sample, which will also include the presentation of several Latin American ICAIC Newscasts and the capsules Women of faith. signs of loyaltyby Lizette Vila and Ingrid León.

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