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Week-End in Havana ・ ・ ・ Director: Walter Lang Director of Photography: Ernest Palmer

Week-End in Havana ・ ・ ・ Director: Walter Lang Director of Photography: Ernest Palmer

“El colectivo LGTB de Cuba vive un momento de apertura y transición”. Daniel Abma, documentalista y director de 'Transit Havana', cree que el país ha pasado de perseguir la homosexualidad a utilizar todos sus medios de propaganda para integrarlos. Iñaki Makazaga | Planeta Futuro, El País, 2017-03-20 http://elpais.com/elpais/2017/03/16/planeta_futuro/1489666132_804424.html

“El colectivo LGTB de Cuba vive un momento de apertura y transición”. Daniel Abma, documentalista y director de 'Transit Havana', cree que el país ha pasado de perseguir la homosexualidad a utilizar todos sus medios de propaganda para integrarlos. Iñaki Makazaga | Planeta Futuro, El País, 2017-03-20 http://elpais.com/elpais/2017/03/16/planeta_futuro/1489666132_804424.html

Georg Stanford Brown (born June 24, 1943 in Havana, Cuba) is a Cuban-American actor and director, perhaps best known as one of the stars of the ABC police television series The Rookies from 1972–76. Description from imgarcade.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Georg Stanford Brown (born June 24, 1943 in Havana, Cuba) is a Cuban-American actor and director, perhaps best known as one of the stars of the ABC police television series The Rookies from 1972–76. Description from imgarcade.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Directed by Tomás Gutiérrez Alea.  With Óscar Álvarez, Mirta Ibarra, Omar Valdés, Coralia Veloz. A theater director and script-writer falls for a female worker from the Havana docks, but his machismo, social and working conflicts, and the Cuban woman's condition interfere with their relationship.

Directed by Tomás Gutiérrez Alea. With Óscar Álvarez, Mirta Ibarra, Omar Valdés, Coralia Veloz. A theater director and script-writer falls for a female worker from the Havana docks, but his machismo, social and working conflicts, and the Cuban woman's condition interfere with their relationship.

Cuban director Carlos Lechuga denounced the awards ban as censorship — even though the film will be shown at the upcoming Havana Film Festival New York — and blamed it on pressure by the Cuban government.

Cuban director Carlos Lechuga denounced the awards ban as censorship — even though the film will be shown at the upcoming Havana Film Festival New York — and blamed it on pressure by the Cuban government.

After refusing big and prestigious awards all over the world, Mr. Mantovani, Literature Nobel Prize winner, accepts an invitation to visit his hometown in Argentina, which has been the ... See full summary » Directors: Gastón Duprat, Mariano Cohn Writer: Andrés Duprat Stars: Oscar Martínez, Dady Brieva, Andrea Frigerio

After refusing big and prestigious awards all over the world, Mr. Mantovani, Literature Nobel Prize winner, accepts an invitation to visit his hometown in Argentina, which has been the ... See full summary » Directors: Gastón Duprat, Mariano Cohn Writer: Andrés Duprat Stars: Oscar Martínez, Dady Brieva, Andrea Frigerio

OUR MAN IN HAVANA (1959) Director of Photography: Oswald Morris | Director: Carol Reed

OUR MAN IN HAVANA (1959) Director of Photography: Oswald Morris | Director: Carol Reed

Havana Palm Bamboo Director Chair

Havana Palm Bamboo Director Chair

Actor Benicio del Toro, Oscar winner for Best Supporting Actor in the film 'Traffic,' smokes a cigar with Partagas employees Tamara Caves, left, and Elda Pichardo July 9, 2001 in Havana, Cuba. Del Toro is in Cuba at the invitation of the Cuban Institute of Cinematography and is accompanied by producer Laura Conde Bickford, director Steven Soderbergh and New York Times journalist Timothy Golden.

Actor Benicio del Toro, Oscar winner for Best Supporting Actor in the film 'Traffic,' smokes a cigar with Partagas employees Tamara Caves, left, and Elda Pichardo July 9, 2001 in Havana, Cuba. Del Toro is in Cuba at the invitation of the Cuban Institute of Cinematography and is accompanied by producer Laura Conde Bickford, director Steven Soderbergh and New York Times journalist Timothy Golden.

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