The festival will showcase over 100 films from more than 12 countries in The Bronx.
New York Latino Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: New York International Latino Film Festival (NYILFF)
WHERE: New York, NY, USA
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Launched in 1999, the New York International Latino Film Festival (NYILFF) is now the premier Urban Latino film event in the country.
New York Latino Film Festival Returns with Habla Now, Charm City Kings, Critical Thinking
New York Latino Film Festival returns in September with drive-in/ in-person experiences and virtual programming; and opens with Habla Now.
Everyone Has Nightmares. Nathan Catucci’s IMPOSSIBLE MONSTERS to Scare New York Latino Film Festival
The psychological thriller Impossible Monsters written and directed by Nathan Catucci, will screen at the 2019 HBO New York Latino Film Festival.
Andrew Morgan’s LONG GONE BY will Premiere at NY Latino Film Festival
LONG GONE BY, starring Erica Muñoz who is also the associate producer, and directed by Andrew Morgan will premiere at HBO’s New York Latino Film Festival.
NY Premiere of PRINCESS OF THE ROW will Open 2019 NY Latino Film Festival
The New York Latino Film Festival 2019 kicks off on Monday, August 12th with the New York premiere of the film Princess of the Row from director Van Maximilian Carlson
New York Latino Film Festival to Open with NY Premiere of Documentary RUBEN BLADES IS NOT MY NAME [Trailer]
The New York Latino Film Festival (NYLFF) will kick off its 15th edition on Wednesday, August 22nd with the New York premiere of the film “Ruben Blades Is Not My Name.”
New York Latino Film Festival is Back, Sets Date of October 11-15
The New York Latino Film Festival (NYLFF), presented by HBO, will make its much-anticipated return to the Big Apple October 11-15, 2017.
Venezuelan film The Rumble of the Stones is Big Winner at HBO NY International Latino Film Festival
The films Under My Nails took the top US film prize, and the Venezuelan film The Rumble of the Stones took the top international prize as well as best director prize for Alejandro Bellame Palacios at the 2012 HBO® New York International Latino Film Festival (NYILFF). The festival presented its 2012 awards at a ceremony on Sunday, August 19, in the categories of Best Domestic Feature, Best International Feature, Best Director, Best Documentary and Best Short.
“This year’s festival line up was outstanding in its quality and range of diversity,” said Calixto Chinchilla, NYILFF Founder and Co-Executive Director. “We hope to continue to bring the highest quality films and stories to the New York community.”
2012 NYILFF WINNERS