Homeland, family, freedom, music, love, heroism, peace and justice are the guiding threads of Pablo Massip’s most recent documentary Me dicen Cuba, by and for the Five anti-terrorist heroes
Homeland, family, freedom, music, love, heroism, peace and justice act like guiding threads of Pablo Massip’s most recent documentary Me dicen Cuba, by and for the Five anti-terrorist heroes.
Diverse generations of Cuban musicians came together united by a common feeling of humanism and solidarity to record a CD dedicated to these brave men, to be premiered in May, coinciding with the anniversary of the Empresa de Grabaciones Musicales (EGREM). The music, together with interviews on universal human values make up the film that will premier March 25 in the Cuban capital’s Chaplin movie theater.
In 52 minutes, the director of Tuya para siempre (2013) filmed the recording process of the CD produced by Emilio Vega. Though initially conceived as a making of, the documentary doesn’t exactly follow that line, since the statements that complement the music and its creative process turn it into a different documentary.
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As editor of the newspaper El Camagüeyano, where he began to work on March 20, 1924, the future national poet of Cuba, Nicolás Guillén, took on the Pisto Manchego section, in which he combined journalism, literature and the promotion of products, businesses and services with new grace and rigor.read more >>