Cuban Lens, a one-day film showcase at NYU’s King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center, offers context and clarity about those recent Cuban changes through film. It presents emerging filmmakers whose short works capture that transformation.
The screenings and conversations with filmmakers will engage New York audiences and reflect on important subjects like race, emigration, gender, and tensions around identity: subjects newly imagined by young and diverse filmmakers. The evening will include conversations with directors Marcel Beltrán, Zoe Miranda and scriptwriter Alán González.
New York: May 31 at KJCC.