Theaters in the capital are getting ready for the upcoming Festival of New Latin American Cinema.

The president of the Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry (ICAIC), Alexis Triana, highlighted through Facebook, the repair and maintenance work of the movie theaters of the capital of Cuba.

These actions are part of the preparations for the 44th edition of the International Festival of New Latin American Cinema in Havana.

Triana pointed out that the images shared in his post show ICAIC technicians at work in the Project 23 cinemas, which include the emblematic La Rampa, 23 and 12, and Charles Chaplin cinemas.

The Havana International Festival of New Latin American Cinema is one of the most important film events in the region, and its 44th edition promises to be a special celebration of Latin American cinema.

The participation of ICAIC technicians in the repair and maintenance of movie theaters demonstrates the institution's commitment to the promotion and preservation of the seventh art in Cuba.

Theaters in the capital are getting ready for the upcoming Festival of New Latin American Cinema.

These types of actions are essential to ensure that moviegoers in the Cuban capital can enjoy the screenings in optimal conditions during the festival. The work of ICAIC technicians contributes to keeping the magic of cinema alive, providing viewers with a quality cinematic experience.

With the 44th edition of the Havana International Festival of New Latin American Cinema on the horizon, Project 23 cinemas are expected to be ready to welcome film lovers from across the region and offer them an unforgettable experience.

Theaters in the capital are getting ready for the upcoming Festival of New Latin American Cinema.

Theaters in the capital are getting ready for the upcoming Festival of New Latin American Cinema.

Theaters in the capital are getting ready for the upcoming Festival of New Latin American Cinema.

Theaters in the capital are getting ready for the upcoming Festival of New Latin American Cinema.