Havana Glasgow Film Festival
The fourth Havana Glasgow Film Festival returns in early November with four days of film, dance, music, social events, school programmes and talks across Glasgow!
About Havana Glasgow Film Festival
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Welcome to our fourth Havana Glasgow Film Festival! Twinned in 2002, our two vibrant cities share a richness of culture and identity that we invite you to celebrate during four days of film, dance, music, social events, school programmes and talks across Glasgow.
This year, we focus on women - behind and in front of the camera - and highlights include the UK Premiere’s of ‘Vestido de Novia’ and ‘El Techo’, attended by actor Laura de la Uz and director Patricia Ramos. We are also excited to screen three newly preserved/digitised documentaries by Cuba’s first female director, Sara Gomez in collaboration with AiM
Join us for these events, and many more, at HGFF - your #passporttocuba
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