IPRHFF | The International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival | Celebrating the Heritage of Puerto Rico with the World
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This year’s festival will be in Solidarity with Mexico as our guest country. We will celebrate both Mexican and Puerto Rican arts and culture through films and Panel Discussions. IPRHFF events will take place in various venues throughout New York City.



The International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival (IPRHFF)’s mission is to create platforms that allow a diverse pool of influencers in filmmaking to reach a broader audience. We develop programs that allow local and international filmmakers, from emerging artists to film industry veterans, to reach out to audiences throughout New York City and beyond.
Our goal is to foster a collaborative environment for artists from all countries to explore issues inherent to the heritage of Puerto Rico, its diaspora, and explore stories relevant to the larger Latino community.

This Festival is open to all filmmakers Latinos and Non Latinos.


The IPRHFF looks to illustrate that cinema is a universal language that can broaden appreciation and communicate the experiences of heritage, regardless of the cinematic artist’s country of origin.
The IPRHFF supports traditional Puerto Rican neighborhoods by producing events that revitalize their economies and strengthen and extend their connection to the greater New York City community and beyond.
The IPRHFF creates self-awareness. It seeks to assist artists in connecting to the larger Puerto Rican and global community and serve as a catalyst for development in the arts and culture.


The IPRHFF is a New York City-based 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Celebrating the Heritage of Puerto Rico with the World.