* The film by Alfonso Cuaron will have a special function on November 27 at the Blackberry Auditorium.
Mexico, Nov. 18 (Notimex).- An important part of the proceeds obtained by the film "Roma" from its functions in cinemas across the country will be donated to nonprofit organizations.
Netflix Acquisitions Director, Matt Brodlie, recalled that the film by Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuaron will be screened in different spaces through partners who have committed to its exhibition.
"We would be pleased to share this incredible film with the audience of Cinepolis and Cinemex, so we put 'Roma' at their disposal in case they decided to exhibit the film in their rooms starting on November 21," he said in a statement.
The film, awarded with the Golden Lion of the Venice Film Festival, will premiere on the Netflix platform on December 14.
The film will have a special role, on November 27 at the Blackberry Auditorium with the aim of contributing to the efforts of social reconstruction and sustainable housing in Mexico City.
Attendees will be able to enjoy the film with the high definition technology in 4k image and 7.1 dolby surround sound, according to the optimal standards to see "Rome", in which the Mexico of 1971 is revived in detail.
The organization Pienza Sostenible, which focuses on collaborating in sustainable social housing reconstruction projects, will be responsible for managing the funds and earmarking them for rural housing reconstruction projects in communities affected by the September 2017 earthquakes.
As well as the training of domestic workers through the Support and Training Center for Domestic Workers A.C. (CACEH, for its acronyn in Spanish).