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Declaraciones de la UNEAC

En un discurso anticuado, obsoleto, cargado de falsedades y estereotipos que responden a la lógica de la Guerra Fría, se pronunció por abolir los pasos positivos. El Secretariado de la Unión de Escritores y Artistas de Cuba envió el siguiente mensaje a escritores, artistas, académicos y amigos norteamericanos de la cultura cubana: Nosotros, artistas y escritores cubanos, nos dirigimos a ustedes... 
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Lourdes Prieto’s documentary on senior physician and cultural promoter

Havana, Cuba. – Veteran filmmaker Lourdes Prieto exclusively announced to Radio Cadena Habana that her latest documentary film, “A mi manera”, will be released by Cuban Film Institute (ICAIC)next September, in HavananInfanta Movie-Theater. The audiovisual is a journey across the exciting life of Dr. Monica Alvarez, Head of the Dermatology Service and consulting professor at “Calixto Garcia”... 

Cubadisco 2017, a fair of music and beauty

Havana, Cuba. – The last edition of Cubadisco is over.The Cuban Music’s Fair becomes in every edition a showcase of the best Cuban music of today and of all times. It has become a singular party of Cuban identity and peculiar intellectual revelry. When applauses and cheers still linger, comments and analysis on how much these days of art and creativity left us begin to emerge. In the meantime,... 

Miguel Barnet and Rumba: a state of permanent grace

Havana, Cuba. –Miguel Barnet is one of the staunchest advocates of Cuban cultural identity. Miguel Barnet and Rumba: a state of permanent grace His work repeatedly deals with crucial topics of Cuban identity. It has a beauty and a narrative sustenance that helps clarifying criteria and feelings that explain who and how we are. Such ideas portraythe hearth of untold value where our signs of identity... 

Elena Burke: ageless and timeless

Havana, Cuba. – Tenor Rene Cabel labeled her as “the best Latin American singer”, but to us, she will always be “La Señora Sentimiento” (Mrs. Feeling). When she came to the world on February 28 1928, in Cerro quarters, her parents registered her as Romana Burgues. She couldn’t dream of becoming Elena Burke, least “La Señora Sentimiento”, but she fell in love with singing...