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Un azard habanero: Voci da un'isola (2005)

Cuba is a country in fast evolution. The youths are in ferment; they are seeking new routes to let themselves be known as well as new languages to communicate in any artistic form - from ... See full summary »

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Cuba is a country in fast evolution. The youths are in ferment; they are seeking new routes to let themselves be known as well as new languages to communicate in any artistic form - from music to literature, to cinema and the visual arts. The ground where these young artists are living is no longer a restricted and closed area like that of a socialist country which, as happened in the past, is supposed to be isolated from the rest of the world. They are living in a developing country that is constantly renewing itself. There the new generations manage to process and change their own tradition with what they learn from foreign cultures, both in form and in content. This documentary did not come out of a programme but out of casual encounters. Thus it tries to draw a map among the new Cuban generations that use art as a means of communication. We found an intimist painting that analyzes man's inner core from a universal point of view, explores it and separates it from its peculiarly ... Written by Francesco Scura

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Born out of a journey that brought us to discover the new Cuban approaches to art, this documentary explores and unravels Cuba's new artistic languages - the wishes and the experience of an island which is contradictory but growing and constantly on the move.

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9 September 2005 (USA)  »

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Un azard habanero  »

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$40,000 (estimated)
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