In solidarity with Puerto Rico and Mexico

FILM SERIES | SERIE DE CINE

International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival

NOV. 8 - 12

VARIOUS LOCATIONS AROUND NYC (VISIT WWW.IPRHFF.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION)
SPONSORED BY: MOUNT SINAI, DELTA, UNIVISION, TEATRO SEA
ADMISSION: $10

The mission of the International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival (IPRHFF) is to create platforms that allow Latinos and a diverse pool of international influencers in entertainment and educational filmmaking to reach a broader audience.
El International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival (IPFHFF) se dedica a crear una plataforma que le permite a los Latinos y a un grupo diverso de influenciadores internacionales en entretenimiento y cine educativo llegar a un público más amplio.

Puerto Rico, Puerto Ricans Conference: Film & Multimedia

NOV. 10  |  1 - 6PM

SILBERMAN SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK, ROOM 115 - 2180 THIRD AVE. (@ 119TH ST.)
SPONSORED BY: CENTER FOR PUERTO RICAN STUDIES, CREATIVE NETWORK OF THE PUERTO RICAN DIASPORA AND IPRHFF
IN ASSOCIATION WITH SEA
ADMISSION: FREE.   RSVP: CENTROPR.NATIONBUILDER.COM/PRFILM2017

Centro and Creative Network of the Puerto Rican Diaspora, in partnership with  Prime Latino Media Network, will bring together content makers and performers to explore the use of film to motivate and inspire social change. Key thought leaders, with proven track records in the industry, will discuss storytelling, producing, acting and pitching as a way of magnifying the unique and authentic voices of Puerto Rican artists.
Centro y Creative Network of the Puerto Rican Diaspora, en colaboración con el International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival, patrocinan una reunión de cineastas y artistas para explorar cómo el cine puede ser utilizado para motivar e inspirar el cambio social. Líderes en el mundo de cine y arte discutirán las distintas maneras en que la narración, la producción y la actuación pueden promover las voces únicas y auténticas de los artistas puertorriqueños.

Títeres en el Caribe Hispano: Cuba, República Dominicana y Puerto Rico

A chronological journey through the history of puppet theater in Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic that brings to life the work of many of the region’s prominent puppet masters. 
Un recorrido cronológico de la historia del teatro de títeres en Puerto Rico, Cuba y República Dominicana que explora la obra de muchos de los más prominentes titiriteros de la región.

Títeres en el Caribe Hispano: Episode 2 (Dominican Republic)

NOV. 11  |  1PM

LEO C. STERN AUDITORIUM @ MOUNT SINAI, 1468 MADISON AVENUE, NEW YORK, NY
SPONSORED BY: IPRHFF & TEATRO SEA
ADMISSION: $10
DIRECTED BY MANUEL ANTONIO MORÁN AND KRISTIAN OTERO

Títeres en el Caribe Hispano: Episode 1 (Cuba)

NOV. 11  |  4PM

LEO C. STERN AUDITORIUM @ MOUNT SINAI, 1468 MADISON AVENUE, NEW YORK, NY
SPONSORED BY: IPRHFF & TEATRO SEA
ADMISSION: $10
DIRECTED BY MANUEL ANTONIO MORÁN AND KRISTIAN OTERO

IPRHFF Awards Ceremony

NOV. 12  |  5 - 6PM

Teatro SEA, 107 Suffolk Street, NYC 10002
Sponsored by: SEA & IPRHFF
Admission: $10
Directed by Manuel Antonio Morán and Kristian Otero

World Premiere of Títeres en el Caribe Hispano: Episode 3 (Puerto Rico)​

NOV. 19  |  3PM

Teatro SEA, 107 Suffolk Street, NYC 10002
Sponsored by: SEA & IPRHFF
Admission: $10
Directed by Manuel Antonio Morán and Kristian Otero

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