Cine Cuba – london screening

02/02/2010 at 6:56 am Leave a comment

Cine Cuba – london screening

Organised by North London Cuba Solidarity Campaign (NLCSC), Cine Cuba is a monthly film club dedicated to showing films from and about Cuba. We aim to present a range of films – both documentary and drama – covering a variety of topics which will give the viewer an insight into the Cuban revolution, society, history, politics and culture.

Next film in March 2010 (date tbc) : Cuba Mia: Portrait of an All-Woman Orchestra ; Future films include : Fidel – The Untold Story ; Cecilia.More info:

Swimming Against The Tide

The ‘Square Pig’ pub 30-32, Procter Street, London,

Monday 8th February 2010


Other Events: Swimming Against The Tide: A documentary on the Cuban health system directed by Tom Fawthrop

Cuba achieves health indicators on a par with the world’s richer nations despite limited resources and has developed new vaccines, new therapies, and ground breaking anti-cancer agents. This documentary looks in depth at one health system that is swimming against the currents of corporate globalisation.

Free Entry (Donation optional)


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