Para Díaz Canel visitar la institución era un anhelo.

Havana: Cuba’s President Miguel Diaz-Canel visited on Friday the New Latin American Cinema Foundation and ratified the government’s commitment to a project that celebrates 35 years of creation, Prensa Latina publishes.

On his Twitter account, the president described the visit to the institution as an “old yearning”.

“We talked with our dear colleague Alquimia Peña and members of her work team. We ratified our commitment to the regional film integration project founded by Fidel and Gabo”, the head of State added.

Created by filmmakers from 15 countries in the region and the Chicano Minority, the Foundation also received encouragement from historic leader Fidel Castro and Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez alias Gabo.

In addition, Garcia Marquez served as president of this space closely linked to the New Latin American Cinema Movement.

Considered a distinguished institution in professional training, the preservation of audiovisual work and its promotion at an international level, the New Latin American Cinema Foundation reached its 35th anniversary last December.

To celebrate this, a varied program of activities runs through 2021 with proposals that include promotional campaigns on online platforms, film screenings, workshops, virtual tables, among others.

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