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Directed by Ian Padrán, the Cuban film “Habanastation,” which, in the words of the jury ‘shows Cuba”s social reality from a human point of view, with optimism and hope,’ received five prizes: the United Nations Children”s Fund UNICEF Award; the coveted Glauber Rocha Award, sponsored by the Prensa Latina News Agency; the Cuban Journalists Union Film Critics Club Award; the Latin American Cinema website cyber-vote; and the Vigía prize, awarded by the Festival sub-site in Matanzas.
The film, which has been a hit in Cuba this year, had previously won the best feature film award at the Traverse City Festival in Michigan, organized by US filmmaker Michael Moore, and has been chosen to represent Cuba at the 2012 Oscars Awards nominations in the category of best foreign film.
[at the 33rd Havana Film Festival] The prizes for the 33rd International Latin American Film Festival were awarded on Sunday, December 11, 2011, in a ceremony that was so sober that it could be described as lackluster.
With few surprises as several prize-winners had already begun to look like likely candidates, Brazil, Argentina and Mexico were ratified as the big three in the movie industry in the region (the last were the top film producers during the 1940s and 50s).
‘Habanastation’ follows the formula of The Prince and the Pauper, in this case, two boys from Havana from very different social backgrounds.
According to the word on the street, it”s a strong contender for the Audience Award.ez, Raél Paz, Adríán Berazaín and Silvio Rodríguez.‘Chamaco,’ which is faithful to Abel González Melo”s play of the same name, reveals the harshness both of the poetry and sordidness of the world that takes place in Havana at night.Compara tu billete avion Key West - La Habana en vuelos regulares o vuelos low cost.Silvia’s Havana Film Festival Blog Watch December 11 2011: And the winner is…