After the successful premiere of his first documentary COVERING CUBA in 1995 at the American Film Institute at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC, the talented Cuban American documentalist Agustin Blazquez released CUBA: The Pearl of the Antilles in 1999.
Color/B&W 50 minutes
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This wonderfully charming documentary is a nostalgic visual and musical memory of the real Cuba dating from pre-Columbian times to January 1, 1959.
There is no narration to distract from the historic visuals and magnificent music, just a few subtitles identifying the year and the places throughout the six original Cuban provinces.
This enchanting documentary is considered one of the most artistic ever made about yesterday’s Cuba. It features 26 glorious melodies – most in their entirety – by great Cuban composers performed by Cuban artists.
Now CubaCollectibles is offering exclusively this treasure in a new SPECIAL EDITION for the VII Miami Latin Film Festival, April 11-20, 2003 in DVD in HI-FI Stereo.
Don’t miss this opportunity to obtain this masterpiece by Agustin Blazquez, whose acclaimed COVERING CUBA 3: Elian was selected for the 2003 Miami Latin Film Festival. CUBA: The Pearl of the Antilles will be a plus in your collection of Cuban memorabilia!
This makes a great gift, or for another upcoming event.
Esto seria un gran regalo, o para otra cercana fecha señalada.
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