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New Latin American Cinema Foundation Marks 30 Years
The Foundation of the New Latin American Cinema (FNCL) marks today its 30 years of existence at Casa de las Americas, a place of the Cuban capital where this institution dedicated to enhance the continent's cinema emerged.

To commemorate the date, the organizers of the International Festival of the New Latin American Cinema prepared the event "Volver a casa," with many activities.

The premiere of an episode of the documentary series "El mundo magico de Gabo," directed by Colombian filmmaker, Lisandro Duque, open the programming.

The exhibition "Regresar a Macondo" or "El reencuentro de Marquez y Posada," by Spanish Jose Luis Posada (1929-2002), will be later opened.

In those 35 pieces, previously appreciated in the 1968 exhibition "Cien de Marquez y Posada," the spectator can meet again with "Gabo" in the form of Macondo and its inhabitants, emerged this time by Asturian cartoonist and illustrator.

The FNCL was chaired for almost all its existence by great Colombian novelist, Gabriel Garcia Marquez (1927-2014), and Casa de las Americas was the place where it emerged. On December 4, 1985, the Committee of Latin American filmmakers (C-CAL) founded the institution, currently composed of representatives of some 18 countries and headquartered in the outskirts of Havana. / PL.

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