The Works International has acquired worldwide rights to Cuban music and dance documentary The Cuban Way.
Brand new footage from the film will be screened to buyers at the European Film Market (Efm) in Berlin.
The feature-length project, the directorial debut of Glaswegian filmmaker Eirene Houston, explores the evolution of the Cuban people through their passion for dancing.
The film explores the roots of Cuba’s famous son and salsa dancing, and how traditional dance has been challenged by ‘Reggaeton’.
Houston previously wrote the screenplay for Day Of The Flowers, a comedy drama starring Cuban ballet star Carlos Acosta which premiered at the Edinburgh Film Festival.
Houston worked with writer and director Hugo Rivalta, and cinematographer and documentary maker Roberto Chile on The Cuban Way.
She is also producing, alongside Mick Southworth and Martin McCabe.
Eirene Houston said: “The