The film about the life of the Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta was premiered in Australia

Canberra, April 22, 2019.-The film Yuli, inspired by the life of the renowned Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta, was premiered on April 20 at Palace Electric cinema in the Australian capital, as part of the Spanish and Latin American Film Festival 2019.

 Prior to the screening of the film, the Cuban resident and dancer, Erick Turro Martínez, enlivened the event with a mixed choreography of son, mambo and cha cha chá.

 The official ceremony was presented by the Cuban Ambassador Ariel Lorenzo Rodríguez, who in his words praised the film for its accurate reflection of the artistic education system developed by the Revolution, the recognition of the values ​​of Cuban culture and the representation of the social and interpersonal conflicts of its characters.

 The presentation of the film which is also part of the celebrations for the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Cuba and Australia, was very well received by the audience, including diplomatic officials, friends of Cuba and local residents.


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