Habana Blues Major Hit at Latin American Film Festival, Audiences Eager for...

Habana Blues Major Hit at Latin American Film Festival, Audiences Eager for Release of Film’s Hot Soundtrack


Los Angeles, CA & New York, NY–(HISPANIC PR WIRE – BUSINESS WIRE)–March 5, 2007–Goldmark Industries, Inc. (Pink Sheets: GDKI), is pleased to announce that its recent screening of award winner, Habana Blues, was a major success at the exclusive Latin American Film Festival in Champaign, Illinois, which ran from February 23rd to March 1st. The film, which was released by Warner Home Video International, is now in even higher demand, and audiences are searching for the sizzling soundtrack that set the screens ablaze.

University Associate Director at the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Angelina Cotler exclaimed, “Our film festival has been a great success. Everybody loved Habana Blues and many people are looking for the soundtrack.” The film was a success regardless of age or ethnic background. The film’s connectable quality and vibrancy has caused an outburst of requests from festivals across the nation. Coming up around the corner, Goldmark will be screening the film at the 14th San Diego Latino Film Festival, which runs from March 8 to March 18. Following soon after, is the VIII Latin American Film Festival, running from April 27 to May 13th.

Goldmark Director, Danny Rodriguez states, “We are very pleased with the response to the film and excited for the upcoming release of the highly requested soundtrack. We are in the process of securing distribution and look forward to keeping you posted.”

About the Latin American Film Festival

Five recently released films from five countries in Latin America was featured in the Latin American Film Festival, from Feb. 23 to March 1, 2007. The first of its kind in Central Illinois, the film festival is organized by the U. of I.’s Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies with the generous support and collaboration of the Boardman’s Art Theatre in Champaign, the U. of I.’s Department of Spanish, Italian & Portuguese, and additional departments at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Hailing from Chile, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil and Cuba, all films have been awarded prestigious national and international prizes and have never been shown in commercial movie theaters in the United States.

About Goldmark Industries, Inc.

Goldmark Industries is committed to providing the best in all forms of urban entertainment to the 45 Million Hip-Hop consumers in North America. The average North American spends more on entertainment than they do on health care and clothing, making entertainment the most attractive industry for investors and advertisers alike. Goldmark Industries is preparing to stand at the forefront of the Hip Hop consumer market, specializing in all aspects of entertainment, including Music, Feature Films, Television, Home Video/DVD and Major Events. The strength of Goldmark Industries is the result of its highly reputable and continuously growing management team. The knowledge and experience that each team member brings consistently supports the growing success of each division at Goldmark Industries. In addition, they are associated with some of the world’s leadingentertainment companies and top distribution channels worldwide, providing Goldmark Industr ies with the relationships to continually move forward.

Please visit http://www.goldmarkentertainment.com for further information on Goldmark Industries.

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Habana Blues Major Hit at Latin American Film Festival, Audiences Eager for Release of Film’s Hot Soundtrack