28 films Found
Obama's historic visit to Cuba heralded a new era for US - Cuba relations. Over 230,000 American tourists flocked to Cuba in 2016, but can Havana cope with this massive surge in demand?
What will Cuba's new revolution mean for its people? We explore a country on the cusp of great political change through one of its greatest exports: music. But can Cuba sing to a new capitalist tune?
As the US looks towards lifting its trade embargo on Cuba, two American farmers return to where they befriended Fidel Castro over a decade ago. How did the brothers, aged 11 and 13, break the 40-year-old freeze?
A hard-hitting Cuban rap group takes on the Cuban state. They appear out of nowhere and disappear just as quickly. Their protest lyrics are catching on like wildfire, resonating with discontented Cubans. They get no airtime and their young fans face persecution from the police. An edgy dangerous documentary with a powerful soundtrack. Viva Cuba Libre casts an unflinching eye over the troubling ...
Castro's ban on professional sports has been lifted, putting boxers back in the ring and athletes back on the world stage. Yet most are still motivated by national pride rather than the lure of foreign cash.
As age catches up with Fidel and Raul Castro, change is on the agenda in Cuba for the first time in decades. But as the new generation looks to the future, the questions now are how much and how quickly?
As the filmmakers are chaperoned through the notorious Guantanamo Bay prison by a 'tour-guide' from the US Military Public Relations machine, we are given a rare insight into the conditions of the facility.
Ernest Hemingway lived outside Havana for more than 20 years. Now falling into disrepair, his former home is the centre of a political battle between the US and the Castro regime.