The Ministry of Tourism, Heritage and Creative Industries, the Cultural Development Foundation (CDF) and the Saint Lucia Audiovisual and Film Association, in collaboration with the Argentine, Brazilian, Cuban, Mexican and Venezuelan Embassies accredited in Saint Lucia, have the pleasure of inviting the public to enjoy the first ever Latin American and Caribbean Cultural Festival in Saint Lucia from the 9th to 13th November 2015.
This initiative emerged as a result of the process of exchange and collaboration with the Latin American Diplomatic Corps in Saint Lucia, in hopes of sharing the cultural roots and manifestation of our peoples.
The inaugural festival intends to cultivate an appreciation for the enormous diversity of Latin American and Caribbean cinematography which has had a tremendous impact internationally, because of the unique techniques and interpretations reflected in the quality and production of those films.
It is our hope that this festival becomes an annual event on the Cultural Calendar of Saint Lucia as well as an event on the Island’s Tourism Features listing, and a major event on the Cultural Calendar of the Eastern Caribbean Islands.
The Latin American and Caribbean Cultural Festival takes place at the National Cultural Centre on Barnard Hill and will feature the films highlighted below.
|Venezuela||Monday 09 Nov||3:00 PM||The Blue Apple Tree|
|Argentina||Tuesday 10 Nov||3:00 PM||Pérez the Mouse|
|6:00 PM||My first Wedding|
|Mexico||Wednesday 11 Nov||3:00 PM||Pan’s Labyrinth|
|Cuba||Thursday 12 Nov||3:00 PM||And Yet|
|6:00 PM||Esther in Some Part|
|Brazil||Friday 13 Nov||3:00 PM||Taina 2 – The Adventure Continues|
|6:00 PM||Vinicius of Moraes|
Article courtesy http://www.stlucianewsonline.com
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