2007 New York International Latino Film Festival (NYILFF)

Via: LATINA Style E-Newsletter

The 8th annual New York International Film Festival will take place this summer on July 24- 29, 2007 in New York City. The festival features over 80 domestic and international films, documentaries, and shorts. NYILFF will open with Trade, a film about international human trafficking, and conclude five days later with El Cantante, a film exploring the life of legendary salsa star Hector Lavoe. With events such as “Cinema Under the Stars”, “Dominican Night,” and “NYILFF Family Day” the festival aims to target a wide variety of audiences.

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