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December 9th

Arturo Sotto’s Film Represents Cuba at Festival in Malaysia

The film ‘La Noche de los Inocentes’ (The Night of the Innocents) represented Cuba at the 7th Latin American Film Festival in Malaysia, which ended last December 7th. Read More

Alfredo Guevara to point out young creators in movie festival

Alfredo Guevara, founder and president of the New Latin American International Movie Festival, to take place here, pointed out that 80 percent of the presented work comes from young producers. Read More

Multimedia about Titón to be presented during Cuban Film Festival

A multimedia material entitled ‘Titón’ will be presented at Havana’s ‘Hotel Nacional’ hotel on December 9th, in the framework of the 30th New Latin American Film Festival, which was inaugurated in the Cuban last December 2nd. Read More

In the Cuban easternmost province of Guantánamo: Cultural Event “A la guantanamera"

The "A la guantanamera" festivity, considered the most important cultural event in the Cuban easternmost province of Guantánamo, was inaugurated as part of celebration marking the 138th anniversary of the Villa del Guaso. Read More

December 8th

Press Center Opens in Santiago for CARICOM Summit

The press center for the 3rd Cuba-CARICOM Summit opened Saturday, two days before the meeting that will bring heads of state and government from the Caribbean member states to this eastern Cuban city. Read More

Meeting Dedicated to Cuban Five to Be Held in Miami

The organizations that make up the Alianza Martiana (Marti Alliance) based in Miami, has made a call for a meeting dedicated to the five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters who have been imprisoned in US jails since 1998, that will take place in that American city. Read More

Dominican Rep-2008: Electricity Blackmail

One chronic structural weakness of the Dominican Republic, electrical service, tainted with gloom the last quarter of 2008. Power cuts lasting 10 and more hours left the government without response. Read More

Brazil Out to Win at Havana Film Fest

Brazil was compete Sunday in the Havana festival with five films, one of them "Linha de passe," by Walter Salles, the history of a dysfunctional family in the Sao Paulo jungle. Read More

Cuba, venue for an analysis of culture and development in the Caribbean

The international working table that was opened in this capital is a space of reflection to give a boost to cultural development programs in seven Caribbean nations.<br /> Read More

Polo Montañez: An Incurable Romantic

Unlucky in love, though an incurable romantic, Polo Montañez lived his last years in a rush. Along with his four decade-long dreams, he left many unrecorded songs and the immense sadness unleashed by his physical absence.<br /> Read More