IPRHFF | The International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival | FAQ’S
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FAQs

1. When and where is the 2016 IPRHFF?

 

November 8-12, 2017 in New York City and other locations to be determined.

 

 

2. When will your Event Schedule be online?

 

We project that by October 1 we will have a complete itinerary for the 2017 IPRHFF Screenings-including links to trailers and more.

 

 

3. How do I buy tickets?

 

For all ticketing information, including hours of operation, rules and regulations, pricing and package specifics, go to our Eventbrite page (2017 screenings will be linked once confirmed) .  In general, ticket prices range from $10 to $25. General evening and weekend screenings are $10. There are discounts available! Or you can consider a sponsorship opportunity that includes All-Access Festival Badges and/or passes at our Sponsorship page.

 

 

4. What events are happening besides movies?

 

IPRHFF will have panel discussions with filmmakers and industry veterans for working and aspiring filmmakers.

 

 

5. How do I get the latest information?

 

The best way is to bookmark our www.IPRHFF.com and sign up for our newsletter at our site. You can also follow IPRHFF on Twitter (@IPRHFF) and/or Facebook.com/IPRHFF. During the Festival, we will tweet about last-minute ticket deals, breaking news, and more.

 

 

6. Are the films rated?

 

Many of the films have not been reviewed by the Motion Picture Association of America as of the date of the Festival screening and therefore do not have an MPAA rating (G, PG, PG-13, R, NC-17). However, the film information provided in the online Event Schedule and Commemorative Journal will help you make a choice about whether to watch a particular film.

 

7. Does your festival have a Mission Statement or a guiding Objective?

 

The International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival (IPRHFF)’s mission is to create platforms that allow Latinos and a diverse pool of international influencers in entertainment and educational filmmaking to reach a broader audience. We will develop programs that will allow a spectrum of filmmakers, from emerging artists to film industry veterans, to reach out to audiences throughout New York City. Our goal is to foster a collaborative environment for all artists to explore issues inherent to the heritage of Puerto Rico and to develop their craft with direct input from their target audiences.

 

 

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


IPRHFF 2016 OFFICIAL SPONSORS