Four months after hurricanes Eta and Iota hit, indigenous communities are still suffering the ravages. This documentary tells their reality.
The video was released on social networks on Tuesday night and just twelve hours later it already exceeded 200,000 views on YouTube.
Today one may think reading books on paper is a thing of the past. However, “Biblioteca Andante” in Cardenas, Cuba, proves otherwise.
Within the wide range of Cuban movies that deal with migration, I picked 10, whose characters suffer the “I-want-to-leave-Cuba” syndrome.
To describe Dayme Arocena, you have to listen to her carefully. Her career is one of her free expression as a human being and as an artist.
The temperature of the repression in Cuba has risen like a fever during the days of the pandemic. It’s a systematic, cellular fever.
A number of Nicaraguan music groups and emerging artists will present a virtual free concert and chat on November 26th. Read how to tune in.
The 42nd Havana Film Festival, “What the doctor prescribed in two doses,” takes place with part one Dec. 3-13 and part two on March 11-21.
Today’s featured band is Estudiantina Invasora from Cuba with the song “Por Tu Gracia Sin Par” from “Septetos Cubanos: Sones de Cuba” (1990).
Today’s featured artist is Justi Barreto y sus Santeros from Cuba with the song “Obatala” from the album “Lovi Ocha” (1987).