The film festival is one of the main meetings of Central American and Caribbean independent cinema.
It was featured as part of the PBS Online Film Festival.
“Ceniza Negra,” or “Black Ash," tells the story of Selva, a dreamy teenager who lives with her grandfather and her companion in a small Caribbean town.
Navas appeared along with Costa Rican director Dinga Haines and his wife, Andrea Salas, to present the biopic.
The documentary was screened before a sold-out crowd at the GALA Hispanic Theatre in Washington, DC.
Don't take our word for it: check out a few of our favorite films from the Shnit Shortfilm Festival.
The Costa Rica premiere of a new documentary featuring U.S. citizen and former first lady of Costa Rica Henrietta Boggs takes place Tuesday at 8 p.m. the Cine Magaly in San José.
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A new Discovery Networks documentary tells the story of the Costa Rican toucan whose savagely mutilated beak was replaced with a prosthetic one, and how it inspired a nation to push for better treatment of animals.
It takes place in a galaxy far, far away but the long wait is finally over. The 7th episode of the Star Wars saga premiered here at 12:01 a.m. Thursday.
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