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Superior Works at Caribbean Film Showcase

The cinematographic event, last year dedicated to childhood and adolescence, will once again be an open window for social and cultural realities in the zone. Read More

Cuban film Montaña de Luz highly acclaimed in Mexico

Vivian Martínez Tabares, the Cultural counselor of the Cuban embassy presented in San Miguel de Allende, in front of a huge public, made in good part by US residents, the Cuban documentary Montaña de Luz. Read More

8th international low budget film festival opens next month in Gibara

The coastal town of Gibara, Holguin will host the Eighth International Low-Budget Film Festival, a cultural event that every year gathers filmmakers from around the world committed to defending more humane and aesthetic films made with modest resources.<br /> Read More

Cuban Van Van Honored at Film Festival

The 11th Santiago Alvarez in Memoriam International Festival of Documentaries began its last of a three-day thick agenda in which this Film genre once again came alive. Read More

Movie on José Martí to Premiere in Camaguey

The film &quot;Marti, the eye of the canary&quot;, by moviemaker Fernando Perez, will have its world premiere next Tuesday in this city, at the inauguration of the XVII National Workshop on Film Critic. Read More

The Santiago Alvarez in Memoriam Documentary Festival: already in Full Swing

The 11th edition of the Santiago Alvarez in memoriam International Documentary Festival was inaugurated in this city, dedicated to the 50th anniversary of Cuba’s Film Library and of the Latin American Newsreel of the Cuban Film Institute (ICAIC), declared as Memory of the World by UNESCO. Read More

Piece aims to bridge the gap between U.S., Cuba culture

A groundbreaking U.S.-Cuban theater collaboration that launched in Cuba crosses the Florida straits to Miami this week. Read More

Viva Cuba Film

In a tale akin to Romeo and Juliet, the friendship between two children is threatened by their parents’ differences. Read More

Cuba Stresses Impact of Soviet Cinema

The soviet film industry is true art and not vulgar merchandise, Cuban Culture Minister Abel Prieto affirmed. Read More

Cuba Presents Film on Haiti in Geneva

A documentary film about the medical assistance of Cuba and other Latin American countries to Haiti that is a testimony of solidarity with that Caribbean nation devastated by a quake last January was welcomed today in Geneva with a standing ovation. Read More

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