Posts Tagged 'Cuba'
After their spectacular performance in 2010 Danza Contemporánea de Cuba returns to London for another thrilling evening. Their visit to Sadler’s Wells brings the world première of Sombrisa by renowned and award winning choreographer Itzik Galili.
Unfinished Spaces captures a golden moment in the Cuban revolution, when visionary architects were recruited to build “the best art schools in the world”. Featuring never-before-seen footage of Castro, this is as much a story about politics, dreams and human
The Latin America 2011 Conference is the perfect opportunity to find out the latest developments in Latin America with speakers from Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua, Colombia, Honduras, Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Argentina and across the continent.
Michael Eastman is a photographer of architecture and interiors. Havana is his new book capturing the faded glory of Cuba’s capital. It’s photos reveal a city with a strong link to it’s past, which Eastman brings to the surface in a series of entrancing photos
Hailed by critics, Andrew Lang’s powerful and moving award-winning documentary Sons of Cuba is a stunning insight behind the scenes of Castro’s Cuba into the lives of a group of young boys; hand-picked amateur boxers training to become champions of
Film shows the long, hard road to glory for Cuba’s young boxers