Caribbean Films to Be Exhibited in New York

2 Bridgetown, Barbados, May 31. -The Caribbean Tales Film Showcase will exhibit Calypso Dreams and the documentary Fire on Babylon in New York on June 11, announced the Barbados company Caribbean Tales Worldwide Distribution (CTWD). The first event of its kind will last a day and will close the activities of Caribbean Week of the Caribbean Tourism Organization (OCT) in

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Anniversary of Martí’s Death Commemorated in Russia

1 Moscow, May 20. -The 106th anniversary of the death in combat of Cubaâ�Ös National Hero Jose Marti was marked in Moscow''s Pedagogical University with the screening of the documentary "Alas con Puntas". "Alas con Puntas" refers to trends in contemporary art in Cuba, mainly emphasizing issues related to Marti. More than thirty students showed their support for the Cuban

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Cuba Exposes U.S. Maneuvers to Fabricate Leaders in the Island

2 Havana, Apr 4. -Cuban television will broadcast a documentary Monday featuring declassified information on how U.S. intelligence services prioritize the creation of "social leaders" in Cuba by recruiting people. The documentary, Fabricando un Lider (Fabriacating a Leader), part of the series "Las razones de Cuba" (Cuba's Reasons), shows that this maneuvering is specially carried out among Cuban intellectuals, to

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Unpublished Marley Footage to Be Screened in Britain

3 Kingston, Mar 18. -Twenty years after his death, Jamaican legendary musician Bob Marley returns to theaters, now through the screening of a documentary, given up for lost for over 30 years, that will be screened in Britain. The footage, showing the rise of Marley and his reggae band The Wailers, was shot by Jamaican filmmaker Esther Anderson in 1972,

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Int”l Contemporary Cinema at Havana Festival

1 Havana, Dec 6. -Some 20 motion pictures, including the best fiction and documentary films shot in 2010, will be screened at the International Panorama section of the 32nd Havana Film Festival. The films from Africa, Europe and Africa portray the current situation in such countries as Spain, Norway, Iran, India, Egypt, Germany, Palestine and France, among others. Denmark will

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Cuba has Reasons to Defend Itself

1 Havana, Sept 28. -The evidence and testimony that appear in Part I of the documentary "The Path of Terror" prove that Cuba has reasons to defend itself. Such reasons will exist as long as the double standards of the fight against terrorism remain, affirmed Lt. Colonel Roberto Hernandez of the Department of State Security of the Ministry of the

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In Cannes a Film from Cuban Film School

2 Havana, Apr 24. -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. Her film "The minutes, the hours" was selected in the section Cinefondation, which filtered 1.600 films registered in the competition,

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