Posts tagged ‘Juan Carlos Cremata’
The film “El Benny” (2006) by director Jorge Luis Sanchez will open Cuban Cinema show tonight, organized by the Cuban embassy in Paraguay and the National Secretariat of Culture.
The exhibition is aimed at showing Cuban films in this country and at bringing both peoples together through culture. (more…)
A Cuban delegation of filmmakers traveled to the United States to participate in the Traverse City Film Festival founded by American documentary director Michael Moore.
During the inauguration of the event, Michael Moore exhorted the public to watch the Cuban films included in the program of the event and introduced actress Mirtha Ibarra and director Ian Padrón, and gave them the Key to the City in recognition of their work and career. Also in Michigan was another prestigious Cuban movie director, Juan Carlos Cremata, whose full-length film Viva Cuba, co-directed with Iraida Malberti, was also included in the program of the Festival.
Other Cuban films to be screened include El Cuerno de la abundancia (The Horn of Plenty), by Juan Carlos Tabío; Fuera de Liga (Out of the League), by Ian Padrón; and Fresa y Chocolate (Strawberry and Chocolate), by Tomás Gutiérrez Alea and Juan Carlos Tabío. Furthermore, all members of the island’s delegation will participate in a panel entitled ‘We Live in Cuba and We Make Films’. (more…)
Participants in a talk about Cuban cinema convened by the Film Festival of Traverse City, in the US state of Michigan, were moved after knowing that the United States protects two confessed terrorists, who enjoy freedom in Florida.
While speaking at the colloquium, Juan Carlos Cremata, who brought to this city his film Viva Cuba (Long Live Cuba), (more…)
Are relations between the United States and Cuba advancing? Thousands of people from both sides of the Florida Strait ask themselves this question.
Cuban intellectuals, apart from their roles and positions, strive to turn culture into a neutral state for an effective exchange.
Film director Juan Carlos Cremata Malberti knows that a film doesn’t change reality but influences the people’s way of thinking, which does have the power to change it. (more…)
La IX Muestra de Nuevos Realizadores de Cuba comenzó ayer en La Habana, dedicada al cineasta Humberto Solás (1941-2008) y con 50 obras que compiten en los apartados de ficción, documental y animados.
Reconocida por el público y la crítica por dar a conocer obras “vanguardistas” que abordan asuntos polémicos de la realidad cubana, la muestra se extenderá hasta el próximo día 28, con auspicio del Instituto Cubano de Cine. (more…)