Author of “War Against All Puerto Ricans” directs a feature film…at the 2016 San Juan Film Festival

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Vote For Me! was written & directed by Nelson Denis, the author of War Against All Puerto Ricans.

It is the story of a 70-year old Puerto Rican super who runs for U.S. Congress in El Barrio, NYC…in order to get the drug dealers out of his neighborhood.

The film is based on actual events, real people, and uses New York politicians in several cameo roles.

This week, Vote For Me! is screening in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
 

 

SAN JUAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 

The film plays tomorrow (Tuesday, Sept. 6) at 9 pm, and Wednesday (Sept. 7) at 2 pm, at the San Juan International Film Festival.

The movie theater is the Fine Arts Miramar:

Ponce de León Ave. #654 Parada 11

Teléfono: 787-721-4288

Here is the Festival’s description of Vote For Me! and the entire Festival schedule:

http://www.festivalcinesanjuan.com/sinopsis4.html

http://www.festivalcinesanjuan.com/programaci%c3%b3n.html

 

For a history of the War Against All Puerto Ricans, read the book…

War Against All Puerto Ricans: Revolution and Terror in America’s ColonyBuy it Now

Si prefiere ver la página web en español por favor visite: http://www.guerracontratodoslospuertorriquenos.com

 

4 Comments on “Author of “War Against All Puerto Ricans” directs a feature film…at the 2016 San Juan Film Festival

  1. DON DENIS, TENGO Q FELICITARLO POR EL LIBRO TAN EXCELENTE Q ESCRIBIO. LA VERDAD BIEN DOCUMENTADA DE LA HISTORIA PUERTORIQENA. TODO BORICUA DEBE DE LEERLO PARA CREAR CONCIENSIA DE LO Q HEMOS PASADO. SALUDOS, JOSE M. GONZALEZ

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    Gracias, Don Jose!

    –Nelson

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