Thursday March 22, 2018

Film & Video

Gritty Urban Drama is Cuba’s First Independent Feature

The Cuban independent cinema has produced its first full-length fiction film: Chamaco, by director Juan Carlos Cremata. Inexpensive digital technology has made it possible to seriously address otherwise overlooked topics, such as the marginalized world of homosexuality and male chauvinism, and bring them to the big screen--South Florida included.

Italian Filmmaker Giuseppe Tornatore in Havana

Italian director Giuseppe Tornatore, one of the most popular and successful European filmmakers, will arrive in Havana on January 7, 2010 for a four-day visit.

Female Drummers Defy the Male Chauvinism of the Gods

Headed by Eva Despaigne, who had been a member of the prestigious National Folklore Group for 20 years, Obiní Batá is the only Afro-Cuban percussion group comprised solely of women.

21st International New Latin American Film Festival Opens Up in Havana.

Havana, which has already celebrated its 490th anniversary, once more becomes the international capital of world cinema. Today, when Cuba is celebrating Doctors´ Day, Havana is hosting the 21st International New Latin American Film Festival for ten days.
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