Thursday, April 16, 2009

Pinchos y Rolos and a little Cuban music in the Bx

Things to do in the Bx

The New York premiere of Tané Martinez’s "Tengo," a documentary about Cuban singer Xiomara Laugart and Freddy Vargas’ "Pinchos y Rolos," a musical about a beautician in Washington Heights, will be shown at The Bronx Museum of Arts at 6 p.m. April 17. Festivities in The Bronx’s will include a (First Friday’s) Cuban Party with live entertainment.

First Fridays! - "A Gozar!"

Preview of Havana Film Festival New York

6-10 p.m.

Bronx Museum - North Building - 2nd Floor

Join the Bronx Museum for a sampling of the best films in this year’s Havana Film Festival New York. And stay for the after-party. Featuring a screening of the films “Pinchos y Rolos” and “Tengo Lo Que Tenía Que Tener.”
Special live performances by the Cuban band Habana Tres and DJ Asho.

Admission is free and open to the public.

The Bronx festivities are part of the Havana Film Festival New York.
This is one of many events planned for the Havana Film Festival, which celebrates its 10th anniversary from April 16-23 in various locations throughout New York City. This year's selection appeals to different age groups, fostering an appreciation of Latin American culture.
For more information on the Havana Film Festival, go to

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