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French Cinema Festival to Open in Central Cuba

April 29, 2013

YellowBrix

According to ACN: The 16th Festival of the French Cinema, which is annually attended by thousands of fans in Cuba , will open in this South-central province on April 30. The 10-day festival will premiere the film Untouchable by movie makers Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache, which is considered the most popular non-English- language film in history. The local public in Cienfuegos will enjoy 11 audiovisual works of high quality and well accepted by the specialized critic, said Dayana Hernandez, specialist in Communications at the Provincial Film Center. The public, said the specialist, will also exchange with national and foreign guests at the festival. Lisandra Bagattin, a usual visitor at this festival, said that the sample allows learning about the quality reached by the European film industry. The festival will bring works marked by the best values of the French cinema, experts agree.

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