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Sara Gomez - Fabrica de Tabaco (1962)

Essential Cuban Films You Should Know

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Nuestra Cuba is a documentary series project that tells the stories of Cuba's first women and black film directors: Sara Gomez Yera and Gloria Rolando. The first episode of Nuestra Cuba is a documentary short called "Revolutionarily, Sara Gomez Yera." The film journeys through the life of the young, enthusiastic filmmaker who changed Cuban cinema forever. For more, watch our Nuestra Cuba Trailer and donate to the completion of Nuestra Cuba Film, Please click the link below.

A Look Back at the Afro-Cuban Films of Sara Gomez, Cuba’s First Female Director

Women Behind The Camera Film Series: Sara Gomez, an Afro-Cuban Filmmaker - NYC-ARTS

CANTO A ELEGGUÁ Elegua is the quintessential prophet of cause and effect. Elegua is at once nowhere and everywhere. He is the ultimate embodiment of choice. He knows every decision possible and every outcome possible born of each individual decision. Oftentimes, Elegua is depicted at a crossroads because in life we are always at a crossroads, whether or not we feel it.

lessonsoftoday: Cindy Sherman - Untitled #122, 1983Ladies and gentlemen: my favorite piece by my favorite artist.

A Place at the Table -- "Using personal stories, this powerful doc illuminates the plight of the 49 million Americans struggling with food insecurity. A single mother, a small-town policeman and a farmer are among those for whom putting food on the table is a daily battle."