Robert Kraft, one of the most respected voices in the field of music for cinema, previously proclaimed his love for Cuba and we’ll have to believe him: the ex-president of 20th Century Fox Music will return to Havana to participate in the theoretical event of the 14th Sample of Young Filmmakers, from March 31 to April 5.
The critic Rubens Riol, in charge of the academic part of the film festival, said the presence of Kraft gives prestige to the Sample, not to mention that attending his classes will be a privilege that will impact the training of future filmmakers.
We speak of someone who has supervised and given approval to the soundtrack of more than 300 films and a dozen series. To cite a few examples, his art is behind the mega-productions Titanic, Avatar and Slumdog Millionaire and the musical Moulin Rouge and comedy Family Guy.
Furthermore, in 1989…
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