Kiki Álvarez | Cuba | 2014 | Fiction | 74 min | NY PREMIERE
Quad Cinema – April 11 @ 7:15PM
 – Director present for Q&A
Quad Cinema – April 15 @ 1:00PM
 – Director present for Q&A

Mónica, Violeta and Mayelín work at a beauty salon. On payday, they go shopping for a dress, starting an unexpected journey into the depths of Havana’s nightlife.




Enrique (Kiki) Álvarez was born in Havana in 1961. He has a degree in Art History, Communication Theory and Screenwriting. He is currently head of the fiction film program at the International Film and Television School EICTV. He has directed internationally acclaimed video-art, short and feature-length films, among them La Ola, and Jirafas. Venecia, his latest feature, is the first Cuban film produced through crowdfunding.