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Cuban State Agents Speak Out About Arrests of 75 in Documentary Film

'The Day Diplomacy Died' sets the record straight on 'FIDEL CASTRO'S CRACKDOWN'in 2003 when 75 Cubans were arrested and jailed. Read More

Cuba, Spain fight zombies

Havana's 5ta Avenida Producciones is teaming with Seville's La Zanfona Producciones to produce "Juan de los Muertos" (Juan of the Dead), a groundbreaking Cuban zombie film, and part of a growing semi-indie Cuban film scene. Read More

Aurora grad helps produce Cuba documentary

"In my lifelong transition from vacationing to traveling, I've realized the opportunity and potential of visiting a place," he said. "Sooner or later, you're home again, and the stories become the most important part of the trip." Read More

Cuban moviemaker Miguel Coyula to triumph in Havana Film Festival

The movie Memorias del desarrollo (Memoir of development), by the young Cuban moviemaker Miguel Coyula, achieved the Havana Star Award to the Best Movie, within the 11th edition of the Havana Film Festival, in New York. Read More

Awarded in Spain a script of the Cuban filmmaker Pavel Giroud

Havana, (PL). The Cuban filmmaker Pavel Giroud won the Julio Alejandro award of scripts, given by the Sociedad General de Autores de España (General Society of Authors of Spain, SGAE after its initials in Spanish), at the recently ended Malaga Festival.<br /> Read More

In Cannes a Film from Cuban Film School

The international Film School of San Antonio de los Baños will reaffirm in the upcoming Cannes Film Festival its status as a generator of great importance documentary with a film in competition by Brazilian Janiana Marques. Read More

In the final stages a Cuban documentary about a transsexual

The documentary &quot;En el cuerpo equivocado&quot; (In the wrong body), which is the story of Mabi Susel, a transsexual who undertook in Cuba in 1988 a sex change operation, is in the final stages of post production, announced sources of the Cuban cinema institute, informs PL.<br /> Read More

Cuban documentary by Ian Padron at the 26th Chicago Latino Film Festival

The Chicago Latino Film Festival has grown from 500 attendees in 1985 to more than 35,000 in 25 years, which is clear evidence of the great demand for quality Latino art programming in Chicago. Read More

“One film is not enough to express Marti’s stature”

José Marti, el ojo del canario (Jose Marti, the Canary’s Eye) is the most recent film by outstanding filmmaker Fernando Perez, who maintains that “One film is not enough to express Marti’s stature.” Read More

Cuba Capture Interest in Al-Jazeera Film Fest

The work of Cuban pianist Frank Fernandez and the drama of Palestinian in Gaza opened the fifth Al-Jazeera International Documentary Film Festival that begins on Tuesday its competitive sessions. Read More

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