The Colombian Film Festival in NY
The Colombian’s most important cinematographic event in the world. More than 16 films will be shown in New York during the 4-day festival. The Colombian Film Fest in NY is the biggest celebration of the Colombian film industry out of the Colombian boundaries. Q&A sessions with the cast crew and expert panel discussions will take place every day after each film. This year is the 7th Edition of this festival in New York!
World, U.S, New York premieres and the most remarkable actors and filmmakers of the Colombian film industry.
Event Hashtag: #ColFilmNY
March 28 – 31, 2019.
Cinéapolis Chelsea: 260 W 23rd St. (& 8th Ave.).
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Price: $18 – $130.
Opening night 2019: to be confirmed. In previous years the opening night was:
ANNA (U.S. premiere) by Jacques Toulemonde featuring actress Juana Acosta opens the 4th edition of the ColFilmFest on March 22, 7:30pm.
Opening night party: SOLD OUT!
The first feature by Colombian-French director Jacques Toulemonde is a road movie between France and Colombia, that tells the story of a young Colombian mother trying to win her son’s love back.
Actors Carolina Guerra, Juan Acosta, Carolina Ravassa, and directors Jacques Toulemonde, Daniela Abad, Carlos Tribiño, Riccardo Gabrielli, and Cesar Augusto Acevedo, will walk down the red carpet at Village East Cinema along with local Latino celebrities.
More about the Colombian Film Festival in NY
- Brings together companies with a multicultural market composed of Americans, Hispanics and tourists from all around the world.
- Coverage from the most important American and international media.
- Great showcase opportunity for the Colombian Film industry.
- The festival includes Red Carpets, press conferences, exclusive interviews with celebrities, movie premiers, trailers, documentaries, forums, panels and parties.
- A Colombian box-office hit in New York. More than 5,000 people attend annually!
- It has the support of the Tribeca Film Festival, Delta, Univision, The Colombian Foreign Affairs Ministry, The Consulate of Colombia in NYC, The Colombian Embassy in Washington and the Ministry of Culture.